St Colman's College, Claremorris
The School was founded in 1945, as a school for the boys of Claremorris to attend instead of having to travel to Ballinrobe. An Old Manor House on the Knock Road was used as the site for the school, where it has remained to the present day. The school is named in honour of St. Colman, as Claremorris is in the parish of Kilcolman.
- Fr. John Colleran 1945 - 1972
- Fr. Micheal Lyons 1972 - 1981
- Fr. Martin Newell 1981 - 1989
- Martin Hession 1989 - 1994
- Martin Casey 1994 - 2004
- Daniel McHugh 2004 - 2010
- Jimmy Finn 2010 - Present
- John Hegarty, Provost of Trinity College Dublin from 2001 - 2011 A.D..
- Pat Rabbitte, former leader of The Labour Party, graduated from the College in 1967.
- Derek Glynn, striker League of Ireland.
- [Jarlath Ronayne. former Vice-Chancellor, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia and Honorary Consul for Ireland in Victoria]
- The Smyth Brothers of Smyths Toys