Final farewell for St. Joseph's

St. Joseph's College is set to close later this year and to mark this momentous occasion the school is set to bow out in style.

Since its opening in 1961 St Joseph’s College has been an integral part of the community of Coleraine.

This year the school will close its doors after almost 60 years. Before all of that, the school has organised a spectacular closing party for the May Day Bank Holiday weekend to acknowledge the achievements of the College and the successes of the young people who attended the school during this time.

A celebration will take place in St Joseph’s on Sunday, May 5. The school would like to invite all present and past staff and pupils, their families and all the friends of St Joseph’s College to come to the spectacular event.

Mass will be celebrated in the school at 1.30pm and we would extend a warm welcome to all those who wish to attend this service.

A summer fete will commence at 2.30pm in the grounds of the school. Old school photographs will be on display as well as other fun filled activities.

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