The first year students trying to solve puzzles and maths challenges in the Town Park.
This activity is one of the many activities that the college organises as part of Numeracy Week.
Plenty of active learning and fun, as students engaged in finding the clues that they had to locate in various places in the park.
Fr. Austin Lafferty, past president of St. Eunan’s College, former McCrory Cup player and to date the only St. Eunan’s College player to ever lift an “A” Ulster College’s title, the Ranafast Cup; offering sage words and inspiration for our assembled players and guests
The Parents Association warmly invite all to come along for a great nights fun and support Ronald McDonald House and St. Eunan’s College as they host a table quiz at Brown’s on the Green, at Letterkenny Golf Course, Friday 19th Oct. €5 per head and a team of 4.
Assembled guests and greats, both past and present at the launch of the Senior Gaelic McCrory Cup team in Saint Eunans. Included are Mr. Darby, Mr. Neil Gordon, Mr. Colm McFadden, previous McCrory Managers Mr. Michael Cullen and Mr. Paddy Tunney; and previous McCrory Cup players,Mr. Ted McLaughlin, Mr. Paul Carr, past President of St. Eunan’s College, Fr. Austin Lafferty and county captain Mr. Michael Murphy. MCs for the launch Mr. Jonathan Foley and Mr. Gary McDaid
The Luck students who attended the Man Utd game Jose want them back next game!
Travelling St Eunan’s Students get a warm welcome at Old Trafford
Friday 19th OCT @ Browns On the Green Letterkenny. €5 a head Teams of 4. Please come out and show your Support. In Aid of St Eunan’s and RMCH Ireland
Shane Long getting a few pointers
BBC Newline reader and past pupil Declan Harvey getting reader for DEAR.
Past pupil, autobiographer and 2012 All-Ireland SFC winner, getting ready for next week
THIS BOOK IS IN SAFE HANDS!
Shay Given got in touch with The College about the
upcoming DEAR time and sent us this great photo
of his autobiography (‘Any Given Sunday’) along with
former team-mates Kevin Kilabane and Niall Quinn.
Many thanks to Ciaran Harvey, the Managing Director and some of his senior management in their lovely cool Innovation Lab
From left to right
Oisin Randles, Conor Walker, Kai Mc Hugh, Jack Winters, Liam Keane.
Our Student Welfare team is always available to discuss any issues or worries you as a student or parent may have. Please feel free to contact our team on 074 91 21143 or by emailing email@example.com
Having achieved the national Well Read award in 2016, the College promotes reading on a daily basis. We host authors, run ‘Drop Everything And Read’ classes and have created mini-libraries in every classroom and in many of our common areas around the school.
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.
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.