Celebrating Students

Celebrating Students

Recognizing Achievement in Many Ways

St. Columba School takes pride in our rigorous academic programs and we recognize students who meet or exceed these standards. But beyond the Honor Roll, we also want to identify those students who excel outside our school. The natural performers in music, dance, art. The athletes, the photographers, the ones who find success with community service. Those who go the extra mile, who are creative, whose talents go in different directions. Students who perform positive acts of kindness or exhibit good citizenship or help with our church family.

Mckenna Thomson Goes For It

Third grader Mckenna Thomson enjoyed her very first cheerleading competition in Highsville, PA. This was Mckenna and her team's first competition ever. Even though they did not place they enjoyed the experience and look forward to another chance to show their talents. 

Students have talents that go in different directions, so while we want them all to learn the basics of every academic area, we think we should give them room to develop their special skills.

Magic happens when students are recognized, and this page will surely be filled with excitement, accomplishments, and brilliant skills. This page is designed to showcase the success stories of our students, the strengths inside them. This page will become a place where all St. Columba School students are recognized for their unique talents and interests.

Audrey & Mattie - A Winning Team

Audrey Wallace, Grade 3, attended The Wild & Wooly Shows hosted by the North Central District of the Pennsylvania Arabian Horse Association on Saturday, April 20, 2019.  Audrey rode Mattie, a registered paint horse owned by Dr. Jean Johnson, and competed in the Lead Line Division.  They won several ribbons, including the Lead Line Championship!  Audrey has been riding with Hidden Hollow Farm in Benton, PA under the tutelage of her instructor Paula Hosking since she was 4 years old.

Saint Columba School CYO Boys Basketball Champions 

The Saint Columba boys are the Northumberland CYO “B-JV” Champions.  They beat St. Joseph Catholic School 36-11 and ended their season undefeated with a perfect record of 13-0!