You can now enrol online for our Spring term night classes, or enrol in person at the college on Tuesday 13th January and Tuesday 20th January, from 7-9 p.m.
Classes begin on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th of January.
Congratulations to 3rd year student Max Carey on winning the Minor Boys Leinster Multi event in Athlone IT. We had a large team of students who travelled and competed in a wide range of Athletic events. Mr Nolan was very impressed with the enthusiasm and effort shown by the squad.
Students and staff raised over €1350 for Goal when jerseys of every sport, county and country were worn last Friday. Thanks to Mr Byrne and the prefect team for arranging collection of monies.
Thanks to the various local primary schools who facilitated visits recently. Apologies to those we did not manage to visit. Hopefully our recent open evening served to answer queries from prospective parents and students. Applications forms for 1st year 2016 are now available from the college office (current 5th class students). Closing date is strictly 4.30pm Friday 24th October.
The college grounds are a hive of activity again with building works resuming on temporary accommodation including much needed home economics kitchen and technology room. The new design team for the school extension and refurbishment met last week and we are delighted that the process is moving forward again. We look forward to having our new PE hall, DCG, art and science rooms and library.
Our 2nd year art students visited the National Gallery with Ms McKeever and Ms Kerwick this week and were impressed with their guided tour. The museum staff commented on the interest and enthusiasm of the students.
All 5th and 6th class primary students are invited to visit the college with their parents this Thursday 9th October at 7pm for our open evening.
Class Taylor visited Castletown House with Ms McCarthy and Ms Gallagher and had an opportunity to ask questions about the history of the house.
Our 1st Year team held a walk to Lucan Demesne last week and got to know each other better while walking and talking in wonderful sunshine.
TY irish students visited the Clondalkin centre to experience our national language and culture.