Our LCA Horticulture, TY Horticulture and TY Photography students enjoyed a trip to beautiful Glenveagh National Park. They were treated to a very enjoyable and informative tour of the gardens by Deputy Head Gardener and former St Eunan’s pupil, Mark McFadden. Students learned about both native and non native plant and tree species and the various projects being carried out within the park to collect environmental and conservational data. A great day was had by all!
A great day was had by all on St Declan’s TY trip to Gartan Outdoor Centre along with Mr. Gallen. Brilliant day kayaking on the lakes and completing complicated puzzles.
Everybody at Saint Eunan’s College congratulates our fifth year student PJ Doherty on winning Category A in this year’s Texaco Children’s Art Competition.
Fresh from his self-portrait winning entry in last year’s competition, PJ has done it again and his piece “Me And My Dad” is now available to view on the competition website (texacochildrensart.com). The original art work will be on show at the Highlanes Gallery in Drogheda.
PJ is an immensely talented artist and his previous work has been on exhibition at the 22nd International High School Arts Festival which recently took place in Tokyo.
We all congratulate PJ and wish him well in his future endeavours!
Elvis has been selected to the NI & Ulster team by the Ulster Schools Athletics Association to compete at the Irish Life Health Tailteann School’s Interprovincial Games on Saturday 11th September. Elvis Okoh will be representing St Eunans, as part of the Ulster Team. Tomorrow he takes part in the Triple Jump and everybody in Saint Eunan’s College wishes him the very best!
We were delighted to have been visited by former St. Eunan’s College student and alum, Seamus McLaughlin, who called to the school with his wife Mary. Seamus who is originally from Malin completed his Leaving cert in 1966.
He was the St. Eunan’s College Handball Champion in 1963, 1964, 1965 & 1966. He kindly donated the cups he won back to the school where they were presented to the current Principal Damien McCroary.
Congratulations to all our students on their Leaving Cert 2021 exams – over seven students scored in excess of 600points with Conor McGarvey earning seven H1s. So many of our students exceeded their goals and we are so proud of everybody on their achievements. See more photos on our social media accounts.
Best of luck tomorrow to the class of 2021!
As you know, the Leaving Cert Results will be issued on Friday at 10 am and you will be able to access your results online. The Class of 2021 are invited to come into the school from 11.30 am onwards where you can get a cup of tea and will have a chance to link in with the Career Guidance teachers. Due to current restrictions, I would ask, where possible, that students keep to the timetable below. The school will be open to the class of 2021 until 1 pm on Friday. You will have access to the Canteen, the Courtyard and the Study Hall. All COVID-19 protocols and procedures must be adhered to – Wearing of masks, hand sanitation, etc. Please do not enter the building if you are feeling unwell or have symptoms of COVID-19.
11.30 am – 12.15 pm: St Finbarr, St Fergal, St Felim
12.15 – 1 pm: St Finnian, St Fiachra, St Francis, LCA.
Looking forward to seeing you on Friday and wishing you the very best of luck on Results Day.
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