Lucan Community College Leaving Certificate Results 2022
How lovely it was to welcome back our class of 2022 at lunch break on Friday 2nd September to hear of their wonderful results, something we have missed for the last two years. While students had to access their own results through the student portal, teachers still waited with anticipation to see how their class had got on.
Teachers were thrilled with the strong performance of our students with year and comments like – ‘well deserved’ and ‘the hard work was worth it’ were heard. “The class of 2022 managed a very challenging situation and showed their friendship, community spirit and support for each other throughout their time in school. They thoroughly deserve these results”, said Principal Diane Birnie.
Parents, guardians, families and friends supported and guided students throughout their second level education and especially during the remote learning period. Lucan Community College appreciates and commends this support and involvement. The college community thanks the students for their contribution to the college during their time here and is confident that the future holds wonderful things in store for them all. A big thank you to the Parents Association who arranged to distribute the Debs tickets at the gathering today.
Our teachers adapted to the period of remote learning and ensured that students were well prepared for their exams having access to online resources if they were absent due to illness. Students sought out their teachers to pass on a word of thanks for all of their hard work over the last two years.
Mr O’Connor, year head, offered congratulations and best wishes to all of the students and said “We hope that everyone got what they wanted. They were great, hard-working students and we hope they all go on to great things in the future.” Our career guidance counsellors have made themselves available to advise students about their results and about their CAO offers and appointments can be made by email or phone. Ms Brady, link DP for the year group offered her congratulations to the students also from her new school.
Principal Ms Birnie and Deputy Principals Mr Brett and Ms Malone offered particular congratulations to top Leaving Certificate achievers this year including: Yasmin Aminou and Diarmuid Keher (who achieved maximum points – 625) with Andreea Vasiloi, Marius Furtig Ryttager and Ronak Pathak all achieving over 600 points. 50% of our 144 students achieved over 400 points and many students achieved personal best results in some of their subjects.
We remind students who may not have achieved their desired results to engage in the viewing and appeal process through the Calculated Grades Portal and to seek advice from career guidance counsellors and support agencies as there are many paths open to students. We wish our graduates very best of good luck in the future.
NPCPP freephone Helpline 1800 265 165
You can find useful information about the next steps after you receive your results here https://careersportal.ie/leaving-cert-results-guide