St. Brigid's High School is a secondary school located on the edge of Armagh City, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. The school was founded in 1971. It is the only Catholic Maintained Boys' Non-Grammar School in Armagh City, with around 210 pupils.
The school motto is: "Feabhas a chur ar" which means "Try Your Best".
We are proud of St Brigid's pupils and their achievements.
In St Brigid's we have pupils aged from 11-16 years and the full ability range, from those with learning challenges to those who get "A" grades in Academic or Vocational " subjects.
St Brigid's is a caring community where each member of staff strives to support each pupil to achieve excellence in all aspects of their life. It is important to us that each of our pupils is happy and successful in our school.
This website should answer many of your questions about St Brigid's. If it does not, feel free to contact the school and we will do our best to answer your query.
The school motto is: "Feabhas a chur ar" which means "Try Your Best". The school's Senior Management Team currently consists of Principal Mr Paul Carlin Vice Principal Ms Mary Kelly and Senior Teachers Mr Paul Doyle and Mrs Deirdre Grant