Huge congratulations to past pupil Mark English qualifying for his second successive Olympics after breaking the 26-year-old Irish 800m record in Barcelona! Mark broke a record that has stood since September 1995.
Everybody at Saint Eunan’s wishes Mark the very best in the Tokyo Olympics!
Our school calendar is now available on sainteunans.com under ‘New in…’
Everyone in St. Eunan’s College wishes our Leaving Cert class of 2021 the best of luck in your Leaving Certificate starting this week. We are all so proud to see how you have developed and flourished over the last number of years and your maturity over the past challenging two years. This is your time to shine and embrace your bright futures. So eat well, sleep well, get some fresh air and smash it.
Huge congratulations to Pauric O Donnell. Pauric has recently been appointed Deputy Principal of St Eunan’s College, Letterkenny. He joins Damien Mc Croary (Principal), Siobhán Melvin (Deputy Principal) and Colm Mc Fadden (Deputy Principal) as part of the Senior Management Team. Pauric is a past pupil of St Eunan’s College (1993 – 1999) and returned to the College as a teacher of Computer Science and Maths in 2009. We wish him every success as he starts a new chapter in his career.
The management and staff of St. Eunan’s College wish all our students, their families and our entire school community a safe, happy and healthy summer holiday. We wish to extend our thanks for al your effort and patience in what has been a most challenging year. Here is hoping for brighter times and blue skies ahead.
Please find a letter to all parents and students linked below.
Pictured is Principal of St. Eunan’s College, with Paul Browne, Coordinator of Student Leadership, and some Senior Prefects who presented a cheque for 1,800 to Anne McGowan from the Donegal Hospice this morning.
The Religion Dept with the assistance of the Senior Prefects held a very successful No Uniform Day and sold ice creams which raised a fantastic amount on the day.
The ice creams were were kindly sponsored by Mr. Ollie Harvey from Dale Farm
Some of the first students in Saint Eunan’s to sit the new Leaving Certificate Computer Science examination today. Congratulations to everybody who sat today’s examination! Pictured here with their principal Mr.McCroary.
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.