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.
Past pupil, autobiographer and 2012 All-Ireland SFC winner, getting ready for next week
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.
Congratulations to Daragh Ellison, Brendan Barr (5th year) and Finnian O’Donnell (6th) on their recent victory over Cork City in the Mark Farren Cup
The photos are now available in our school gallery https://www.flickr.com/photos/140004219@N04/?
Fifth-year student Conal Bonar, one of two students who represented Ireland in physics this year at the European Union Science Olympiad, Slovenia. He was one of 300 students across the country who had been invited to take part in the competition because of his high marks in Junior Certificate Math and Science. Conal achieved Bronze at this prestigious competition.
Students from the TY Special Olympics module presenting a cheque for 1020 euro to the North West Special Olympics Club and the Letterkenny Strikers Special Olympics Club. The lads, along with their teacher, Ms.Boyle, raised the money by hosting a fundraising quiz in Arena 7.
Check out all the photos from the School Concert on our Facebook page or in our website Gallery
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.