SCHOOLS

St. Columb’s College

Buncrana Road Derry Co. Derry BT48 8NH

“St. Columb’s College is a Roman Catholic boys’ grammar school in Derry, Northern Ireland and, since 2008, a specialist school in Mathematics and Computing. It is named after Saint Columba, the Irish missionary monk who founded a monastery in the area. St Columb’s College was established in 1879 on Bishop Street (now the site of Lumen Christi College), but later moved to Buncrana Road in the suburbs of the city. The College has a student population of over 1,500, making it one of the largest Catholic Boys’ Schools in Europe. Colloquially, the school’s name is often shortened to “The College”.”

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Thursday 27 June:
Oxfordshire Championship at Oxford Union, in partnership with Magdalen College School and Oxford Festival of Arts

Friday 5 July:
North East Championship at Durham Sixth Form Centre



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