Young SVP Social Justice Conference

Ms Clesham, Fr Fergal and a group of senior students attended the Young SVP Social Justice Conference today in Knock. They joined other students from Galway, Mayo and Roscommon for a very inspirational day. The aim of the day was to inspire students in the West Region to learn more about social issues and help them to get involved in youth led social action with the Young SVP Programme. The interactive dimension appealed to the young people and they were involved in lots of activities throughout the day. The special guest speakers Fr Peter McVerry, John Lonergan, Joanne O’Riordan and Dr Cara Augustonborg were inspirational in every way and lead the discussions at each table along with other people from varied backgrounds.Special thanks to Paddy Daly ( Youth Development Officer) and his team for organising a very inspirational day for everyone.

JC Results 2017

Well done to last years Junior Cert students who received their JC Results today. We are very proud of you all.

Brendan & Mickey Gildea pictured with Mr Quinn.

Some of our delighted JC Students pictured with Ms Griffiths, Deputy Principal & Mr Quinn, Principal.

Brendan Gildea & Jack Neenan with their Woodwork Teacher Mr. Quinn and their Woodwork Projects.

Krzysztof Burda & Mr Quinn

Sean Murray, Mr Quinn, Principal & Thomas Kilgarriff


Past Student Caroline Burke appointed Aide De Camp to An Taoiseach.

Congratulations to past student Comdt. Caroline Burke on her appointment to the position of Aide de Camp to An Taoiseach.
The Taoiseach said: “I would like to sincerely congratulate Comdt. Burke on her appointment and I wish her every success in her important new role.”
Comdt. Burke joined the Defence forces in October 1995. She has most recently served in the Operations Division and also holds a BSc in Sports and Exercise and a Master of Science in Exercise and Nutrition Science. Comdt. Burke has also served on United Nations Peace Keeping Missions in the Balkans, West Africa and the Middle East.
Speaking on her appointment, Comdt Burke said: “I am delighted to be appointed to my new role. It is a huge honour to represent the Office of the Taoiseach and the Defence Forces and I greatly look forward to carrying out the duties and engagements that the role involves.”
She succeeds Comdt. Kieran Carey as ADC.