St. Columba School welcomes every child of any faith background to its morally and spiritually rich environment which features exemplary academics, solid faith formation, leadership privileges, and community outreach opportunities. We have earned a fine reputation for inspiring our students to reach their potential and achieve personal success.
Motivated by consistently superior achievements, St. Columba School will continue to prepare students for the 21st century by offering an integrated approach that brings together mind and body, matter and spirit, knowledge and reason, science and religion.
Our goal of total student development implies that we will provide academic, spiritual, and physical development at high ethical and moral standards in all areas to all students. We are the transformers of lives while St. Columba School is the mecca of inspiration and innovation.
ST. COLUMBA SCHOOL wishes to thank the entire St. Columba Community for its support of the school’s fundraisers. The last large fundraiser for this school year will be the Race for Education and again the school hopes everyone will support the Race for Education. The following are the fundraisers and the profit from them: Fall Mums – $740; Yankee Candle – $561; Apple Dumplings – $910; TV Raffle – $1,915; Winterfest – $9,626; Magazine/Cookie Dough – $1,280; Greenery – $372; Gala – $11,147; Annual Gift $23,940; Leprechaun 5K $6,829; Capriotti’s – $556; Discount Cards – $1,000; Raise the Region – $2,439;Giant A+ Reward Cards – $3,009 – Total $64,970.
Following the annual St. Columba School graduation Mass, 8th Grade teacher Miss McKenna shakes graduate Alina Shannon’s hand before presenting her with a medallion to commemorate her academic accomplishment. Monsignor Lawrence and school principal Dr. Robert Marande also participated in the ceremonies.
Principal, Dr. Robert Marande
8th Grade homeroom and Middle School math teacher Miss McKenna shared her reflections about the 2019 graduating class from St. Columba School at the June 12 program. Other speakers included school principal Dr. Robert Marande, and Student Council officers John Guerriero, Alina Shannon, and Reed Keck.