Welcome to St. Joseph's College Enniskillen

St. Joseph's College is committed to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum which celebrates the full range of talents and skills of all our students. We have very high expectations of everyone associated with the school and strive to work in partnership with all members of our learning community.


University Roadshow

On Friday 23rd September the University Roadshow visited St Josephs. We invited the Year 13s & 14s from St Fancheas to join us for the afternoon

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Primary School Taster Day

Friday 3rd June saw our school fill with lots of local primary 6 students for our annual Taster Day.

Students enjoyed a range of activities from African drumming to cookery. The day was a great success all round.
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Dutch Exchange Trip April 2016






In April 2016, three boys from Year 11 travelled along with pupils from Devenish College, Enniskillen to Waalwijk in the Netherlands as part of the annual Dutch exchange programme. They had a very busy week sampling the Dutch culture and immersing them-selves fully by living with students’ families from the host school ‘Dr Mollercollege.’ Two weeks later the Dutch students and their teachers travelled here to Enniskillen for the second part of the programme, learning lots about Irish culture and heritage, as well as taking part in group activities in and around Enniskillen. They were even taught how to jive and line dance which was a whole new experience! The Dutch exchange was a fantastic experience for all involved and the pupils made some great friends for life!


Ski Trip 2016

For this years school trip, a group of 20 students along with Ms Bartley and Mr Hackett, travelled to San Martino in Italy for a week of skiing.

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Although conditions were quite mild there was still plenty of snow for the boys to begin their skiing experience. They skied every day from 10 – 12pm and from 2 – 4pm and they progressed well throughout the week.

Après-skiing included a variety of events including a pizza night, swimming and a few discos were they boys integrated with other students from three other schools.

The students behaviour was excellent throughout the trip and they represented St Josephs College very well.

Vocational Schools Gaelic Football

The 2015-2016 academic year saw more success for St Josephs on the Gaelic football front.

OurU-14 team didn’t lose a single game in the Fermanagh competition and had a comfortable victory over St. Aidans, Derrylin in the Final. In the Ulster Series they enjoyed a tremendous win against Monaghan Champions, Castleblaney College before bowing out at the semi-final stage against a very strong St. Colms, Draperstown team.

U16 Champions

Our U-16 team avenged their defeat in last year’s County Final when they got the better of St. Comhghalls Lisnaskea in an absorbing encounter in Brewster Park. Despite putting up a good performance in the Ulster quarter final they were beaten by Ballybay C.C.

U14 Champions

This year’s competitions had extra significance as it is the final year a County Competition will be held as all schools now take part in an all Ulster competition.

It was fitting therefore that both our U-14 and U-16 teams were winners of the last Vocational Schools Competition after enjoying so much success over the last number of years.