Saint Columbkille Partnership School has a strong relationship with Boston College, and this year is no exception, even with the coronavirus. For years, Boston College students, as part of the 4Boston service organization, have volunteered as tutors at Saint Columbkille after school.
News & Announcements
Saint Columbkille alumnus Gerry Quin ('37) shares his memories of the school and the importance of a Catholic school education.
During this challenging time of COVID-19, we would like to offer a variety of resources and articles to help our families. We understand that nothing will replace the connection of face-to-face interactions, though we hope to provide support to get us through this difficult time.
Saint Columbkille Partnership School administration and teachers, as well as our Director of Information Technology, have compiled a list of remote learning resources for families.
Nurses are critical to the health and safety of the students and staff at Saint Columbkille Partnership School. They stress the importance of the school community in keeping students in school and thank parents for the work they're already doing.
Saint Columbkille Partnership School will honor alumni veterans through a Spirit Day on Friday, October 23 in order to raise funds for flag pole repair and commemorative plaque leading up to Veterans Day in November.
Each year, families and members of the school community help support our school through a variety of rewards programs, such as Amazon Smile, Stop & Shop, Coca-Cola Give and Mabel's Labels. Learn how you can help!
From science to music and everywhere in between, Saint Columbkille students are learning and thriving this fall in and out of the classroom.
The Boston Pilot's annual Open House issue features Saint Columbkille Partnership School with an article written by Head of School, Jen Kowieski. Check it out on page 17!
A joint study with Boston College's Lynch School of Education and Human Development and Saint Columbkille's pre-K class showcases the ways that even the youngest students can make a difference in their communities through an engaging civics project.