Huge congratulations to Sean McGinley who finished 27th representing Ireland in the International athletics, 6th Irish boy in the Irish Silver Team medal class.
Darragh Ellison, 3rd year Student of the Month for February.
Photos from the TY recent climb of Croagh Patrick are now on our Gallery!
See more images of the school allotment from some of our Ag Science students in our gallery – thanks to Ms.Beeton!
World Book Day with author John Ruddy. More photographs in our Gallery (Under News)
Eoin Harris shows off his dodecahedron he constructed in Math class
Congratulations to all our January winners – see all the photos and winners on our Gallery!
Marius Giddey, Kai McHugh and Eoghan Jordan were honoured for their Junior Cert results in University of Maynooth
Reelan shows off his successful dodecahedron from Math class. The dodecahedron has some interesting properties you can Google
The BEO event which took place in the Regional Cultural centre Dec 9th. Money raised on the night was in aid of the Caolan Melaugh fund. More photos in our Gallery!
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Click below to see the photos from the Tales in the Castle – Christmas 2016
Click below to see all the winners from this years event!
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