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25th Anniversary of the World Wide Web' MARCH 3-9 2014
Welcome to St Colm's Draperstown
Welcome to the website of St Colm’s High School, Draperstown.
I hope that our website will enable you to see what St Colm’s High School has to offer its pupils. In the various pages of this website we outline our traditions and philosophy, our commitment to student care, the Catholic ethos, our school curriculum and information on extra curricular activities.
St Colm’s is a happy, hard working and successful school with excellent facilities and resources for all pupils regardless of specific areas of interest or levels of ability. We are proud of the achievements of all pupils in our school, in examinations and in community life.
Our vision statement is “Believe and Achieve” and this is what we expect our pupils to do as they strive to continue this wonderful tradition.
Mrs R McKenna
12 March 2014
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On Wednesday 26th June 2013 ‘Susan’s Trail was officially opened. The area is dedicated to Susan Potter, our secretary for over 30 years before a short illness led to her untimely death. This event was attended by Susan’s family, the local community, staff and pupils from the local primary schools, invited guests, all those involved in the project and staff and pupils of St Colm’s.
School Wins Most Inspiring Environmental Project Award
St Colm’s High School in Draperstown has won the award for ‘Most Inspiring Environmental Project by Young Person/Persons’ at the annual Sustainable Ireland Awards 2013
Seagate ICT Summer School
The faculty of Computing and Engineering at the University of Ulster
St. Colm’s is the ‘Right Place to Work’ in Northern Ireland
At an awards ceremony at the Titanic Building in Belfast on Thursday 13th June St. Colm’s High School, Draperstown won the Irish News ‘Right Place to Work’ Award.