We’ve been selected as a pilot school for Leaving Certificate Computer Science in September 2018!
Tales in the Castle 2017 was a massive success so please enjoy the photographs in our Gallery – thanks to Geraldine Diver and our own Niamhin Herron for their excellent photos!
Hope our prefects enjoyed their Christmas dinners – they have worked incredibly hard this year and nights like Tales in the Castle show why we value them so highly.
DCU honoured past pupil Kevin Kealy today for his outstanding Leaving Certificate results. Well done Kevin!
Congratulations to Sean McGettigan, past pupil, who was honoured by UCD for his outstanding Leaving Certificate results. Good luck in the future Sean!
Congratulations to past pupil Anthony Horgan who was honoured by NUIG for his outstanding Leaving Certificate results. Well done Anthony and best wishes for your future studies!
Trinity College Dublin recently honored two of our recent graduates – Patrick Curran and Donal Farren were recognised for their outstanding Leaving Certificate results. The ceremony was attended by Deputy Principal Mr.Damien McCroary.
Our first year Sports Hall Team who finished second in the county semi-finals – they have now qualified for the county final!
Bit late to the party here – Sean McGinley Cross Country Ulster Champion 3000m for u15. Super performance from a great young man!
1st Year Sports Hall Athletics. Finished second in the district and qualify for the county finals next month.
Well done to all the students who took part in our Math Week!
Math Week in Saint Eunan’s College!
Thank you to everybody who make CodeWeek such a big success! #EUCodeWeek
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Having achivieved 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.