What an amazing night we had in our annual Tales of the Castle celebrating words in all their forms; literature, music, spoken word and drama. We wish to extend a huge thanks to out Literacy Team, headed by Ms. Gormley and all of our pupils, staff, past pupils and friends of St. Eunan’s College and most especially our magnificent First Year students and their families who played, acted, read and enjoyed the world of words in our special night.
The Careers Department organised a Careers Fair this afternoon for our 5th & 6th year students. Our students had the opportunity to engage with various Further & Higher Education Institutions, Training Providers and potential employers.
Thank you to ATU Donegal & Sligo, University of Galway, Ballyhaise Agricultural College, Ulster University, NWRC, Donegal ETB, Errigal Training Centre, Vertiv/E&I Engineering, Zeus, Optum, Education & Coaching Academy, Tusla, An Garda Siochana & the Irish Defence Forces for attending our Careers Fair. It was a hugely informative and positive event for our students who were exposed to many different opportunities and career paths.
Christmas Tales in the Castle 2023 – the countdown has begun!
St. Eunan’s College looks forward to welcoming our first year students and their parents to this year’s Christmas Tales in the Castle on Thursday 30th November 2023 at 6.30pm.
The senior awards were held in Saint Eunan’s College on Friday night. These awards were given to recognise achievements of the students during the 2022-2023 academic year. Pictured with the students is special guest Mrs Moya Brennan of Clannad and principal Mr. Damien Mc Croary.
Photos: Niamhín Herron
There is a full album of photos of our Senior House Awards on our website under Gallery
Congratulations to our Green-Schools committee who received a Caring for the Environment Award last night in the Mount Errigal hotel from the Letterkenny Tidy Towns Committee. 📷📷
Our first and third years attended a motivational study skills seminar today. Many thanks to Ray @raysethegame for a very motivational, entertaining and engaging workshop.
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.
Our aims include;
- Damien McCroary, Principal
We are delighted to be officially twinned with our partner school in Germany, Fridericianum-Rudolstadt!