Pictured below are the top 3 male/female finishers from each of the year groups from our recent 5k race receiving their Easter eggs as reward for their endeavours! The race was a huge success with close to 400 students and staff participating. Joseph Wagacha was the first male finisher, Ellen Phillips was the first female to cross the line. Huge credit goes to Mr Woolley for organising this event. Thanks also to Fr Stephen for his excellent photography as always.
Click on the ‘Read more’ tab to see a collection of the latest Metalwork & Engineering projects from our talented students. The collection includes a variety of projects from our 3rd/4th and 5th year students. Many of the projects have been wholly designed and manufactured by the individual students.
Well done Alannah Dennehy, Gemma Foody and Niamh Foody who are Connacht Schools Squash Champions!! This is a fantastic achievement for the trio and great reward for their hard work and dedication. Next stop is Dublin for the All Ireland finals which is coming up soon. Keep up the good work girls!!
Last week Ms Lennons 2nd year Art students visited Linenhall, Castlebar for a series of Art workshops. The workshops included Theatre Lighting, Exhibition Visit and Response and a Visual Art workshop. The students also met with the artist David Begley who’s work is currently exhibited at the Linenhall.
Please click on the link below to view information on Junior Cycle subject choice. The presentation has been prepared by our Career Guidance department and is intended to assist students and parents of both in-coming and present 1st year students in making informed choices for the Junior Certificate. Please contact the school for any further information.
Congratulations to three of our talented students, Cathal Hosty (3rd Year),Roisin Cassidy (2nd Year), and Rachel Lyons (Transition Year) who have been accepted into the prestigious Centre for Talented Youth in Ireland summer programme in Dublin City University. These students are among the top five percent of the population with exceptional academic ability who were admitted to the programme for talented youths. Their achievements ensure that they can participate in a wide range of third level courses at Dublin City University during the summer months.
Kerry GAA legend Colm Cooper was in the school today to work with our TY ‘Build a Bank’ team who have qualified for the National Finals which will be held in the RDS on April 16th. Colm works for the AIB in Kerry. Colm also took the opportunity to take a coaching session with our Junior girls team ahead of their Connaught Final appearance. Click on the ‘Read more’ tab to see some more pictures from Colm’s visit.
Please click on the link below for detailed analysis of subject choices for Senior Cycle students. The Power Point presentation has been prepared by our Career Guidance department to assistant 3rd Year and Transition Year students and parents in particular in deciding which subjects and courses to pursue for their Leaving Certificate.
Please feel free to contact our guidance department for further information. Email : email@example.com
Former BCS teacher, Hugh Rudden pictured alongside his nephew Dave who visited the school recently to give a workshop on story writing to some of our senior level students. Dave has signed a lucrative book and movie deal for his upcoming fantasy trilogy. The first book in the trilogy “The Borrowed Dark” will be out next Spring.