I hope that you have begun looking forward to receiving the school newsletter at the beginning of every month. I can vouch for the team at the school that they are leaving no stone unturned to get an interesting and news-filled letter to you.We feel proud at the many laurels we have received over the last month - many awards are given around this time of the year - around Teachers Day. It is also a great encouragement to us when we receive such awards - we feel enthused to keep working at the challenging yet exciting endeavor to lead the school to ever higher excellence in the field of education That our students have participated and excelled in so many inter-school events make us very proud of them and the efforts of the teachers and assures us that they are at the top of the student and teaching community in the country....
Br. E V MIRANDA
Principal, St. Columba’s School
Edmund Rice was born in Callan, Co. Kikenny, Ireland in 1762. He belonged to a wealthy farming family. After completing his commercial education, he worked with his uncle in establishing a very incrative ship-chandlers busines. In 1785, he married Mary Elliot. the daughter of a prosperous waterford businessman. In 1789, tragedy struck, his wife died leaving Edmund alone with a disabled daugher....
Founder St.Columba’s School