Pictured above is Mrs Martina Murphy (Construction Engineering and Management Course Co-ordinator at University of Ulster), past pupils Eoin King, Eoghan Robb, Conor McNally (final year students in »»»
St Paul’s High School is a thriving, innovative educational community of almost 1500 students of all abilities, from children with learning difficulties in our Learning Support Centre to high calibre academic achievers in our AS, A2 and Applied Post-16 courses.
All classrooms are equipped as standard with interactive whiteboards, and students and staff are encouraged to make the fullest use of technology for learning and teaching.
The school, which was established in 1966 with the aim of providing its pupils with a Christian education within the Catholic ethos, is situated on a modern campus in pleasant rural surrounding in the townland of Carrickbracken, County Armagh.
St Paul’s High School was designated by the Department of Education as a Specialist College for Science in 2008, and the school was awarded the BECTA ICT Mark in 2009.
St Paul's High School, 108 Camlough Road, Bessbrook, Newry BT35 7EE