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St Louis Students Awarded trip to the European Parliament

Congratulations to  St Louis secondary School's 6th Year Economics Students and their teacher Ms Sinéad Brady who have been awarded a trip to the...

St Louis Dundalk one of 9 schools chosen to participate in Step Up Programme

The Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton T.D., announced the launch of the School Excellence Fund – Step Up Project recently in Athlone. The...

Jesus & Mary Congregation closes their Bi-centenary Celebrations

We wish all the Jesus & Mary Community our best wishes as they travel to Lyon to close the Bi-centenary celebrations of their foundation ...

Learners worldwide invited to discover the iconic ‘Book of Kells’ through Trinity’s free online...

new, free, online course developed by Trinity College Dublin will allow learners worldwide to explore the history of Ireland through the remarkable Book of...

Irish Times asks the Question With 67 nationalities, is this Ireland’s most diverse school?

With 67 nationalities, is this Ireland’s most diverse school? Le Chéile in Tyrrelstown has 67 different nationalities among its student body. What are the challenges...

Le Chéile Participants at the World Meeting of Families

A group of Salerno College Leaving Cert students travelled from Galway to join the thousands of Ministers of the Eucharist at the Pope's Mass...

St. Louis student wins prestigious Good Friday Agreement Art competition

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of The Good Friday Agreement, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Department of Education and Skills...

St. Joseph of Cluny SS Killiney preparation to WMOF 2018

St. Joseph of Cluny SS Killiney were busy preparing for the World Meeting of Families 2018 and the arrival of Pope Francis at the...

The Traditional Ice Cream on Founders Day

Everyone  enjoyed the traditional  Ice Cream on Founders Day in De La Salle College Churchtown.  The tradition started when Hazelbrook Farm (HB) was located...