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Top Marks for Killian Gribben

Killian Gribben, current Transition Year student in St. Eunan’s College has recently achieved third place nationally in The Junior Certificate Higher Level Technical Graphics examination. Killian will receice his well deserved accolade at a an awards ceremony hosted by GMIT Galway on Saturday March 2nd. This is a great honour for Killian, the Technology Department and everyone associated Saint Eunan’s College is rightfully very proud of his achievement. Killian is the first student from St. Eunan’s College to receive this award.
Pictured in the photograph are: Mr. Shaun McGinley, TG and Technology teacher, Killian Gribben and Mr. Chris Darby, Principal.

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Kai McHugh nominated for the Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards

Kai McHugh, a current sixth year student in St. Eunan’s College, has been nominated for his work on the “4 L’s Campaign” within Donegal GAA Health and Wellbeing through which he worked to promote positive mental health. Kai has successfully managed to divide his time between studying for his upcoming Leaving Certificate and his passion for the Mental Health and Wellbeing, for which he has been a long-time champion and advocate, both inside and outside of school. We in St. Eunan’s College are very proud of Kai’s dedication and commitment to all he devotes his efforts too; he is a an inspiration for all of us.

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Ireland’s Fittest School!!

Congratulations to all involved in St. Eunan’s College’s first win in the National Bleep Test competition which we compete in every year. A huge debt of gratitude goes to the ongoing and supportive work from our P.E. Dept and all staff involved in extra curricular sports; all of which encourages, motivates and supports our students to achieve their goals. This is a marvellous and timely achievement when today childhood obesity and reports on the lack of cardio-vascular fitness for 15 year olds made the national news.

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Cross Country Athletics

Some pictures from today’s athletics competition in Thornhill College, Derry. Congratulations to all that competed in freezing conditions. Special mention to Sean McGinley who came 1st in the Intermediate u17 category(picture included), and to the team consisting of Sean, Gerard Shiels, James Gallagher and PJ Doherty who qualified in 3rd place in the same category(picture included). Fantastic effort from all. See our gallery for more photos to warm your soul|||

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Cross Country Athletics, Thornhill College, Derry

Some pictures from the cross country athletics competition in Thornhill College, Derry. Congratulations to all that competed in freezing conditions. Special mention to Sean McGinley who came 1st in the Intermediate u17 category(picture included), and to the team consisting of Sean, Gerard Shiels, James Gallagher and PJ Doherty who qualified in 3rd place in the same category(picture included). Fantastic effort from all.

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Junior Cert. Business Studies Awards, Maynooth

A rightfully proud Mrs. McGarvey, Business Dept, in St. Eunan’s College, pictured on 29th January in Maynooth alongside some of our students who achieved an “A” grade in their Junior Cert Business. Students who achieved this award are Uzair Abid, Brian Anthony, Killian Gribben, Ben Hopkins, Ronan Kelly, Conor McGarvey, Bryan McGettigan, Gareth Neeley and Shyam Shaji

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MacRory Cup 1/4 Final

All roads lead to The O’Donnell Park this Saturday, 26th Jan at 1pm, as our Senior Gaelic team play host to St. Patrick’s Academy, Dungannon in the quarter final of the Ulster Schools MacRory Cup. Mr. McFadden and his young charges are hoping for a huge crowd of supporters, both present and past as they contest the first MacRory Cup game to be held in Letterkenny since 1969.

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Darragh Ellison “Captain Fantastic”

What a proud moment for Darragh Ellison, his family and of course our school; who recently captained the Ireland U-18 Soccer team in a 3-0 victory over Australia in Home Farm in Dublin. What a momentous moment for Darragh and so well deserved TODAY
A STUDENT TOMORROW A LEADER

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