Monthly Archives: May 2017


St Joseph’s girls are U14 Camogie Ulster Champions

St Joseph’s girls played an impressive game of camogie today in Sherry’s Field Armagh. The first half was very tight with a half time score St Joseph’s 2-1  St Patrick’s 1-0. Eimear Traynor, team caption, scored a great goal at the beginning of the second half which settled the team and they picked up their performance. Further scores from Eimear, Melissa Hughes, Tara McAneaney and Emma Grant saw the Crossmaglen girls move clear of their Dungannon ... [read more]

Camogie U14 Final


 There was a convincing victory in the U.14 Ulster Schools’ semi-final last Thursday when the camogie players from St Joseph’s H.S., Crossmaglen beat St. Joseph’s College, Coalisland on a convincing 5-9 to 0-0 scoreline. The girls from St Joseph’s H.S. played some excellent camogie throughout the game and were constantly driven on by the captain fantastic, Eimear Traynor. They now progress to the Final and will meet the winners of the other semi-final, St Patrick’s College, Dungannon The ... [read more]

Farewell Year 12

Farewell Year 12

Today we bid a sad farewell to our Year 12 students as they now embark upon their study leave for their upcoming exams. We wish them good luck in their GCSE’s. Remember – Don’t stress and do your ... [read more]


Balmoral Show

All pupils from Year 8 and 9 visited the Balmoral Show. This annual event was run by the Geography and Science Department, giving the St. Joseph’s students the opportunity to view and experience the very best of modern day agriculture that Northern Ireland has to offer. Pupils got a chance to see a variety of animals, sample foods, new agricultural technologies and of course the fun fair.