Congratulations to James Mannion who achieved joint second place in CCEA’s GCSE Irish. Presenting a CCEA certificate to James in recognition of his achievement are Mr P Donnelly, Head of Irish and Mr J Murray, Head of School for Years 11 & 12.
Comhghairdeas libh! Buaiteoirí Feis Thír Eoghain Congratulations to all Year 8 pupils who participated in the Irish language poem competition in the Feis held in St.Joseph’s Hall. We had a huge number of winners this year. Well done to all the boys on..
Cycle Against Suicide 800 comes to the CBS CBS pupils donning the colour orange and with painted faces lined both sides of the Kevlin Road to welcome the cyclists on day 4 of their 1,100 km charity cycle round Ireland. The main objective of the Cycle is t..
New Website Marks new Era Mr A McConnell was appointed as the new Principal of Omagh CBS at the beginning of April and he is keen to improve communication links with all members of the CBS community. As part of this initiative the school has created a new..
On Friday 8th April 2016 Tattyreagh club mates Eoighain Murray and John Harkin attended the Ulster Colleges All Star banquet in the Europa Hotel in Belfast to collect their football awards. Eoighain was selected at centre back with John at midfield. ..
Year 13 Students secure £3000 of funding for local charity During the YPI Final on Friday 8th April 2016, a group of Year 13 students secured £3,000 of funding for the SLATE Charity. SLATE is an Omagh based charity that provides housing for homeless..
For many kids, the final few days before returning to school after the Easter break can be spent lounging around at home, getting up late and spending most of the day on a Playstation. Not so for Maiden City SoccerU13 player Conor Bradley who spent this ..
Dear Parent / Guardian Proposal to Remove Academic Selection, on a Phased Basis, at Christian Brothers Grammar School, Omagh Please note that the above proposal, together with comments made by local schools, were considered at the Education Authority’s ..
On Saturday 5th March Year 14 students Damien Teague and Paul Conway attended the finals of the Irish Chemistry Olympiad in Dublin City University (DCU). Both students performed very well with Damien securing 3rd place. Competition was fierce with 110 com..