Hard luck to our U-14 Girls Gaelic team who were defeated by a strong Ursuline College (Sligo) side in the Connaught semi-final recently. The girls came up against strong opposition in the Sligo team who got off to a strong start. There was only 3 points in it at the interval, but the Sligo girls pulled away in the 2nd half. Well done to the BCS girls who have laid some good foundations this year and have every reason to be hopeful for the future. Well done also to Ms Kirsty Phillips who managed and trained the team and who has every reason to be genuinely proud of the girls both on and off the field.
As part of their English and Communications course LCA1 students visited Ballyhaunis credit union. Catherine Kilbride explained how a Credit Union works and detailed all the services it provides. We wish to thank Catherine and the staff for their help in completing this key assignment.
Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view a selection of images from Mrs Lennon’s 2nd Year Art students. These fabulous fruit images were drawn using a variety of mixed media, pastel and paint.
Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view a selection of images from the Leaving Certificate Applied student’s recent art projects. These fantastic lino print images depict popular scenes from around the Ballyhaunis region and were completed as part of their recent LCA General Education Task.
Past pupil of BCS, Rachel Lyons, is pictured receiving the prestigious James Massey Keegan Scholarship from the President of NUIG, Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh. The scholarship is received in recognition of her outstanding Leaving Certificate results achieved at BCS. It is an immense credit to Rachel and her teachers and we are very proud of her accomplishments and wish her every success in the future.
Congratulations to Mr Ginty’s 1st and 2nd Year Boys Basketball teams who both had their second victory in quick succession on Monday. 1st Years defeated St. Brendan’s, Belmullet 17-14 while 2nd Years defeated St. Coleman’s, Claremorris 15-12. They had both recently defeated Davitt College, Castlebar. 15-8 and 14-12 respectively.
Well done to all of our fantastic students who performed at the annual BCS 1st Year Talent Show this afternoon. Special thanks to MC’s Dean McGarry and James Frayne and of course Ms Glavey for organising this event with the assistance of the TY2 class. The 2018 winner was Hornica Ambokawa who performed a stunning French rendition of the hit song ‘Let it Go’ from the movie Frozen.