Well done to Oisín Ó Siocháin 5th year Gaelcholáiste, who has won the Rotary Ireland Youth Leadership Development Competition. This is always a highly contested All Ireland award and much deserved by Oisín. Oisín will spend a week in February debating in The Dáil, Stormont & in the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
Congratulations to Ciara O’Keeffe who was awarded a Quercus Entrance Scholarship to UCC. Ciara is studying Mathematical Sciences.
Congratulations to our Young Scientists and their mentors on their great achievements at YSE. The standard of entries was absolutely phenomenal and our students did us proud! To qualify for the Young Scientist Exhibition is a huge achievement in itself as this year over 2,000 projects & 4,000 students entered initially and only 550 were…
Congratulations to Deirdre Ní Shuilleabháin who was awarded an All-Ireland scholarship last week.
Congratutlations to Leaving Cert student Darragh O’Sullivan who was awarded International Player of the Year by Basketball Ireland.
Well done to Simon Meehan who won at ravel award when he represented Ireland at the EU Contest for Young Scientists which took place from the 14th-19th September 2018 in Dublin. He now gets to present his project in Luxembourg. The competition was open to countries outside Europe with 38 countries being represented by 139 students.…
The Arup Trust Scholarship was awarded to past pupil Darragh McGuirk at CIT on Thursday 30th November by Gerry Mehigan of the ARUP Trust accompanied by Darragh’s teacher Mr. Stephen Long. Darragh is now completing the BEng(Hons) in Structural Engineering at CIT.Many congratulations to Darragh.
Congratulations to seven of our students who were awarded Entrance Scholarships to UCC on Tues 28th November. Alex Finn, Alison Clarke, Cillian Hannon, Anna Ní Thailtigh and Seóna Ní Chadla were awarded Quercus scholarships. Pádraig McAuliffe and Adam Purcell were awarded BT Young Scientists scholarships.
Past pupil, Elizabeth Kelleher (2013), recently was recognised with the NUI award and French Government Medal for proficiency in French. The ceremony took place in the Royal Kilmainham Hospital, Dublin on Wednesday 15th November. The group photo includes members of the French Embassy and Dr. Martin Howard, head of French in UCC.
Con receiving his award from the Master of Peterhouse College, Cambridge, Ms. Bridget Kendall Congratulations to Con Moran (5th year) who was awarded Highly Commended in the Peterhouse Cambridge Kelvin Science Essay Prize 2017. This is a remarkable achievement by Con who was placed in the top seven of two hundred and fifty entries from all…