Monthly Archives: September 2015

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‘World Youth Day – 2016’

On Tuesday 29th September, Dermot Kelly from the Armagh Diocesan Youth Council visited St. Josephs to promote World Youth Day and to launch this year’s John Paul II Award. Dermot discussed the importance of faith amongst our young people, something which Saint John Paul was a great advocate of. In order to encourage youth in our church John Paul set up World Youth Day in 1986. World Youth day will take place between 25th July ... [read more]

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The Worlds Largest Lesson

Friday 25th of September the pupils of St. Joseph’s joined millions of other schools around the world to highlight the Global Goals of Sustainable Development, a day when 193 world leaders committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years. These goals are to end extreme poverty, Fight inequality & injustice and Fix climate change in all countries, for all people. Pupils from the Geography Department led the whole school ... [read more]

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St Joseph’s 20 year Reunion (Class of 95)

  St Joseph’s (class of 95) 20 year reunion was held recently in Cross Square Hotel.  Great night was had by all. Photoshow – Memories of the class of ’95′ time spent at St Joseph’s Class of 95 (20 Year ... [read more]

Welcome to St.Joseph’s High School Crossmaglen

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school website. St Joseph’s High School Crossmaglen is a non selective, co-educational post primary school that welcomes and values all pupils from 11 – 18 years, and encourages them to be the best that they can be.

St. Joseph’s works in partnership with parents and pupils to maximise the academic and creative potential of all pupils enabling them to achieve the highest educational standards, thereby enriching their lives, the community and the economy.

As a Catholic school we promote dignity, self esteem, respect and foster the faith of all pupils. We pride ourselves on being a community in which each individual is recognised and valued.