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St. Columba's takes pride in celebrating excellence in academics and extra-curricular activities. The students are appreciated for their achievements and encouraged to continue striving for brilliance...

Numerous accolades and honours continue to enrich the Columban legacy which are a testament to the outstanding education imparted in this institution...

From The Principal’s Desk Dear Columbans,

As I write we are nearing the end of April during which we focus on certain significant themes - World Earth Day, World Book and Copyright day and National Panchayati Raj Day!
The theme of this newsletter is Earth Day - and we have had some momentous programmes - The President of the United States invited world leaders on the 22nd April - Earth Day. The unique feature of this event was that each Country was asked to come with real commitments and not platitudes - wonderful. However, how does it touch us? Can we in our way make a commitment to each of us (as a family group) having a plan to reduce our carbon footprint say, for the coming year.

Principal, St. Columba’s School

Our Founder 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....

Edmund Rice
Founder St.Columba’s School

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