Saint Killian's Community School

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SAINT KILLIAN'S COMMUNITY SCHOOL

Country: Ireland
Campus/location : Bray

Arms of Saint Killian's Community School

Official blazon

Argent the base barry wavy of six argent and of the first, thereon a bridge of three arches proper, in chief an open book of the last garnished or thereon on the dexter page the letter K gules and on the sinister page a Celtic cross vert, on a point pointed in base also of the first a representation of the binary system sable symbolising computer science. Motto : Criss fírinne immib.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on January 5, 1990.

The motto means “a belt of truth (or righteousness) around you”. This sentence of Old Irish is taken from a ninth-century manuscript written by Irish monks in Würzburg Germany, where a partner school is located.

We have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms.

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