Google have launched their annual Call To Code competition for 2015. Spend the next few weeks learning how to code – see the link. Then on November 25th you’ll have the chance to test those skills and earn a trip to the Googleplex in Dublin for the next round of the competition. Speak to Mr.ODonnell in the computer at lunchtimes for details.
Donegal School’s Cross Country – Finn Valley. Well done to all involved, more photos featured in our gallery.
Our first year Ulster winning Captain. The team would go on to lose narrowly in the All Ireland Final. Coached by Mr.Lee, Mr.Brown and Mr.McMonigle
Click below for the video of Eoin explaining his prize winning project at the Young Scientist’s Competition.
Standing proudly on Sentry Hill, Letterkenny
Our Gaelic school of excellence continues to develop stars of the future, joining the likes of past pupils Colm McFadden and Michael Murphy
Last year was the first year with our new science labs – they have been completely transformed to provide us with the most up to date equipment, allowing for regular hand’s-on experiments in a safe environment. There are more Science buildings in development so watch this space. We support STEM.
Under the guidance of Mr.John Fox and Mr.Ronan McCole the College won the County Senior Rugby title for the past two years.
We welcome our incoming 2015 first years through these doors this August. We wish you every blessing in your education journey.
Whether you’re interested in sports, computers or drama, we’ve got it covered. With dedicated staff and outside volunteers we offer a complete package of activities both at lunchtimes and after school hours. Get involved.
The College offers a private CoderDojo Computer Club every lunchtime. Open to all year groups, register ear...
Transition Year students have the opportunity to partake in a Special Olympics Module ‘So Get Into It’....
The College runs a successful school tour each year. Recently we have traveled to China but in the past we'...
Saint Eunan's College is proud of it's strong Mathematics tradition. Today that tradition is upheld by our ...
We ask that our students don’t bow to limits. Hard work and dedication are all the tools you need to take control of your life. If you struggle with a subject then work at it until you improve, until you master it. There are no excuses. Take responsibility for your own learning and you will have taken control of your path, you will achieve wonders. You are limitless.
St Eunan’s College is committed to the development of the whole person while endeavouring to foster in the student a positive sense of self worth within a Christian and caring environment. The college constantly strives to achieve positive change, leading to the continuing evolution of structures which can serve the needs of each student.
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