Congratulations to our First Year gaelic team who have won the Ulster Schools Corn Colmcille. They emerged victorious against Loretto, Milford, on a scoreline of 3.13 – 2.09, in the Burn Rd, Termon Today. This is a great and well deserved reward for months of hard work being put through their paces under the tutelage of Mr. Peter Devine, Mr. Caolan McGonigle and Mr. Danny Curran.
What a fantastic start to your years in St. Eunan’s College
Lockers are to be cleared out for the following dates:
6th Year – by Friday, May 20th.
5th Year – by Thursday 26th of May.
1st, 2nd & 3rd Year – by Tuesday, 31st of May.
*Please start taking home a few extra books each day to avoid having to carry a large assignment of books on the final day.
*Please lock your locks on your locker when you are finished with them.
Well done to out TY Future Leaders Class who organised a Gaelic football Blitz for some of our local primary schools. A fabulous day was enjoyed by all and we would love to express our gratitude to all of the primary schools which attended and took part. We sincerely hope that you and your students enjoyed visiting our school half as much as we enjoyed hosting them.
We have a full album of photos from the day on on school website under gallery. Please click and enjoy
Congratulations to our senior international mentors getting Mental Health Ambassadors and International Mentoring Certs in the Loft, Letterkenny
Many thanks to Fadl Mustapha for Mental Health Ambassadors training and Billy Banda, Michael Campbell and St. Eunan’s EAL Dept for senior international mentors training.
It’s Drop Everything & Read week in Saint Eunan’s – please ensure that every student has a book or reading material in their schoolbag this week!
Johanna and Emma Tinney of Tinney’s Oil pictured with team members Troy Preston, Shane Tinney and Fintan Hasson. Tinney’s Oil very kindly sponsored brand new jerseys for our U15 football team. A massive thank you to Tinney’s Oil for their support.
The new jerseys will be worn for the first time this Wednesday in our Ulster final vs Abbey Vocational School.
Our LCAs enjoyed a day out today where they walked the shore path in Buncrana before karting at halfway karting in burnfoot. Well done Matthew for coming 1st, Charlie 2nd and Rohan 3rd and to Johnny for the fastest lap. We won’t mention the most crashes!
We wish all our First Year students the best of luck as they begin their end of year exams. Remember to take your time, relax and show off all that you have leaned throughout the year.
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;
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