First, Second and Fifth-year Christmas Exam timetables here.
Want to buy a book for Christmas? Click here for our suggestions for teenagers and young adults!
Thanks to Mr. Higgins for the Belfast photos in our Flickr stream.
The Carol Service will take place at 7.30PM on Tuesday 10th December in the school assembly hall. All are welcome, there is no charge, all we ask is that you come in a spirit of celebration! Mince-pies afterwards.
Christmas Trees go on sale this Saturday and Sunday in the School Car Park. Please support out Action Ireland Lesotho Fundraiser.
Thanks to Mark Nolan, Sarah Kelly and Rachel Martin, Sixth-year prefects who organised the recent piano-marathon. It was great to hear the sound of music in the school all day. Mr. Dempseys Assembly was impressive and many noted the lunchtime tone in the Assembly Hall. The money raise will be donated to Concern towards their Philippine Hurricane disaster fund.
Spring 2014 Adult Education classes are online in the Drop-down menu above.
Mr. McNeive has written a comprehensive report on Volleyball in the school so far this year. Read it here. Thanks to all the girls for their long and early hours of training!
Thank you to everyone who took part in our non-uniform day – we raised €1,800 for the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul.
The Student Council and the Prefects are organising a hamper appeal for Brother Kevin’s Capuchin Day Centre. We encourage students to donate and believe many will. We will accept any food items students and their families wish to donate - the type of items we are looking for are non- perishable basic food stuffs like, Breakfast cereal, Rice, Pasta, Soup, Sauces, Canned Tuna and Salmon, Peanut Butter, Canned Stews and Chili, Tea Bags, Coffee (ground no beans), Canned Vegetables, Canned Fruits, Packaged Pasta (Macaroni & Cheese, etc. ), Juice Boxes, Granulated Sugar….. (Image: Caphucin Day Centre).
Thanks to all the students who helped decorate the school for the Carol-service and for Christmas.