On Wednesday 26th May five of our feeder primary schools brought their Primary 6 students to the school to participate in a number of STEM related activities. Pupils from St Mary’s Killyclogher, Holy Family, St Conor’s, Christ the King and..
CBS boys win Bawnacre Cup for second year in a row! Omagh CBS U-13’s won the Fermanagh & Western Bawnacre Cup for the second year in a row after defeating Devenish College 1-0 in the final. The CBS boys won all 6 group games, playing some wonderful ..
Our athletes made the long track to Antrim forum on Saturday 21st May to compete in the Ulster Schools Track and Field finals. Each of our students did themselves proud with some excellent displays. The most notable performances were from Year 14 stude..
Irish Language Drama at the Strule Arts Centre is a resounding success Scartha is an Irish word meaning ostracised and it is the essence of the play performed by extremely talented actors from Years 9, 10 and 11 as part of an Irish Drama night held in The..
Charity Leg Wax Year 14 pupils bravely agreed to have their legs waxed to raise money for Termon Maguirc Cancer Care in memory of their dear friend, Conall McCrory (RIP). As well as the extreme pain felt by the students they put great effort into col..
This Transfer Information evening is for the Parents of Primary 6 children who wish to transfer to either the Christian Brothers Grammar School or the Loreto Grammar School in Omagh. Transfer Test Documentation General Information PPTC Specification of t..
Nathan Foley in 8F was the 5ooth person to subscribe to the Saine Newsletter and as a result has had £50 added to his school account. This money can be spent in the canteen on lunches, at the office on stationary or purchasing school sports gear. The com..
Congratulations to our Traditional Group for winning the West Tyrone Feis Secondary School Competition L-R Back Row Davóg McCaffrey, Conor McGread, Patrick McCrystal, Aidan Kelly, Cahal Teague, Conan Whitley, Mark McKenna Front row – Ronan Dolan, Dó..
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.