Visit our First Year Induction website. See the link below or in our main menu bar above.
Thanks to all 5th year students who applied for the role. There were a large number of excellent candidates this year which undoubtedly made the selection process very difficult.
Congratulations to our new team. They certainly will make an excellent contribution to our school community and we look forward to working with the in the busy year ahead.
Congratulations to our Green Schools Committee on their being awarded a Green Flag. So great to see their hard work and commitment being acknowledged. Bravo an we as a school can do even more next year following your lead
Please follow this link and read the documentation carefully https://tinyurl.com/EunansLCGrades
Please read a letter from our Principal, Damien McCroary, to the Class of 2020 https://tinyurl.com/eunans2020
During the year the Student Council has been working with @localise on the Volunteering For All Award. Saint Eunan’s College has become the first school in Donegal to be given this award. The Volunteering For All Award is a nationwide initiative that recognises and affirms volunteering and charitable work undertaken by young people from all backgrounds and circumstances. This award celebrates the positive contribution all young people make to the place in which they live.
Thanks to all the students and teachers who helped with The Student Council with their surveys. Well done to the whole school on the volunteering that takes place. #VolunteeringForAll
The Green-schools committee of St Eunan’s College are delighted to announce that we have been awarded our first international Green Flag for our contributions to reduce litter and waste in our school. Unfortunately, we will not be able to go ahead with the award ceremony which was due to take place next month, however we look forward to it once school life returns. We are very proud of our committee members, too many to name a few, who have been working so very hard to make our school more environmentally friendly and we would not have been able to receive this award without them. We, the committee will continue to reduce litter and waste in our school and upon returning to school, it is our aim to start working on the next theme, energy conservation. Finally, again a massive thank you and well done to our members, the students who we are extremely proud of and not forgetting our teachers who have worked hard to make this opportunity possible.
Ms O’Donnell, Ms Gill, Ms Beeton, Ms Mc Gettigan, Mr Mc Ginley, Mr Mc Cole and Mr Ferry.
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;
The achievements of an organisation are the results of the combined effort of each individual.