Our second years spent two lovely days in Knock on Retreat. Students had the opportunity to take some time out from school while also learning more about themselves, each other and their faith. Many thanks to Nicola and Mairead in Youth Ministry for making the days fun-filled and enjoyable.
Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view images from the Regional Cross Country Championships held at the Sligo IT facilities last Thursday. Four BCS teams competed, two Minor and two Junior teams. In total 19 of the 24 athletes successfully qualified for the Connaught Finals which will be held in February. Well done to all involved.
We were delighted to welcome so many new students & parents to BCS on Thursday evening for our 1st Year Enrolment. We hope everyone enjoyed sampling our fantastic new facilities and getting a flavour for life at BCS. Special thanks to Mrs Macken and her fastastic team of students who helped organise the evening.We were overwhelmed by the number of students who volunteered to help out, it was much appreciated. Any student who still wishes to enrol can do so by calling the school at 0949630235 and making an appointment.
Congratulations to Cathal Hosty who recently was presented with a JP McManus Scholarship Award in recognition of his outstanding LC Results. Well done to Cathal and all his teachers in BCS
Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view a collection of images from the recent Western Care Christmas party which was organised by Mrs Macken/Mrs Murphy and the TY students. It was memorable occasion and brought a great festive feeling to all.
Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view a selection of images from the 2017 LCA1 Show, ‘LCA’s Got Talent’. The show was written and directed by the students themselves, as part of their English and Communications course, and performed in front of 1st year students to rapturous applause! Special thanks to their teacher Mrs Murray for all her help in producing this play.
Congratulations to our Senior Boys Gaelic Football team who defeated Garbally College of Ballinasloe today in the second round of the championship, played in Mountbellew. The game was a hotly contested affair and a good physical championship encounter. Both teams scored 4 goals each making it an exciting and evenly balanced game but Ballyhaunis showed better composure in attack and with the defence very tight they eventually came out on top. Final score was 4:08 – 4:20 in favour of Ballyhaunis. It was an excellent game of football with some superb individual displays but a lot of work needs to be done before our next game against Glenamaddy in January. Well done to all the lads and coaches today.
Please click on the link attached to view a montage of the 40th Year Anniversary Show which was held recently in St. Patrick’s Church recently. Many thanks to all the performers on the night on what was a lovely occasion to mark this landmark anniversary. Special thanks to Ms Glavey and Mrs Henry for all their hard work in producing the show.