St Benedict's College, Randalstown
St. Benedict’s College was founded by the Down and Connor Diocesan Trustees in 2006, through the amalgamation of St Olcan’s High School and St Malachy’s High School. St Benedict’s College is a wellestablished and successful 11-16 Catholic, all ability, co-educational college that mainly serves families from the parishes of Antrim Duneane and Randalstown.
The Cross represents the High Cross of St Olcan, associated with Cranfield and the former patron of St Olcan’s High School; The Bell represents the monastic life of St Malachy, the former patron of St Malachy’s High School, and St Benedict, our patron The Book represents the Bible, the Word of God and a symbol of Learning. The design which encloses the three symbols is deeply rooted in Celtic Tradition and represents the Trinity and Eternity.