all pupils return to school
After a lengthy absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic our pupils have all returned to 46 Armagh Road. Covid-19 protocols are in place to help keep everyone safe. We are very...
Dear Parents/Guardians Please find attached a document which contains important information in relation to Transfer 2022-23 for the parents/guardians of P6 pupils in the Newry/Kilkeel...
Welcome Back to our great students!
Staff at the College are delighted to welcome back our great students from Years 12-14, after a lengthy absence. We wish everyone well at the beginning of our return to school and remind...
Deputy Head Prefect Redmond French writes about his Violet Hill journey
Hi! My name is Redmond French and I am one of the current deputy head boys in St. Colmans. I thoroughly enjoyed my 7 years in Tannaghmore Primary School in Lurgan and coming into year...
St. Colman’s College in Newry
St.Colman’s College was founded by Fr. J.S. Keenan in William Street, Newry in 1823 as the Dromore Diocesan Seminary. The Education Commissioners’ Enquiry of 1824 recorded an enrolment of some 40 students. Known throughout Ireland as Violet Hill, the College has occupied its magnificent rural setting since 1829.