The school crest was designed and painted by former Art Teacher Ms. Trisha O’ Callaghan. The concept for the school crest was developed in conjunction with the new school name prior to the official opening of the new building. The village of Kilmuckridge was previously known as ‘The Ford’. The school name translated from Irish is ‘College of the Ford’. A ford is a watercourse that is shallow enough to be crossed by wading, on horseback, or in a wheeled vehicle. Today our teachers, school staff, parents and students still cross the bridge in the village with the ford flowing beneath it on their daily journey to school. The bridge also represents the daily work carried out by the school staff who aid their Students in bridging the gap between primary school and their journey on to life after secondary education. The lush green foliage around the bridge symbolises growth while the water reminds us of life, energy and youth of teenage years.