Welcome to St. Columba Catholic School

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.

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Come visit our school family. Contact the school office at (570) 784-5932

Covid Guidelines

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Mission Statement

To serve as beacons of Christ’s light while nurturing individual gifts in a                faith-infused, academically challenging, safe and secure environment.

SCS Happenings
CSW - Friday Family Fun Movie Night
What a way to end our Catholic Schools Week celebration with our Family Fun Movie Night. Students and their families came dressed in their comfiest of clothes, blankets, and pillows and stretched out on the gymnasium floor to enjoy our miovie. There were tables of snacks courtesy of the Reese family for all. Thank you all for making this the best Catholic Schools Week yet! 

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Catholic Schools Week - Burble, Fizz, KaBoom!
As part of our Catholic Schools Week celebration the Box of Light with Rand Whipple brought us a science assembly called Burble, Fizz, KaBoom. Rand demonstrated in his own fun-filled way with tons of audience participation the basics of chemistry. He had students make liquid lasagna, he showed how marshmallows can be smashed, and then he helped students make their own slime. Here Ivy Faleski is getting first hand knowledge on the methods of making slime with Rand Whipple pouring all the ingredients over her hands. 

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Feast of St. Blaise during Catholic Schools Week
St. Columba School celebrated the Feast Day of Saint Blaise on Friday February 3rd. Father Mowery blessed the throats of all the students in school as is the tradition in the Catholic Faith. The martyr St. Blaise is the patron saint of ailments of the throat hence the blessing of throats. A great way to end Catholic Schools Week.  Here Myles DiPippa 7th grade receives his blessing from Father Mowery.

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Prayer of St. Columba

Be a bright flame before me, Oh God, a guiding star above me. Be a smooth path below me, a kindly shepherd behind me today, tonight and for ever. Alone with none but you, my God I journey on my way; what need I fear when you are near, O Lord of night and day? More secure am I within your hand than if a multitude did round me stand.