Congratulations to past pupil Nathan Mannion, on receiving his Gold Gaisce Award from President Michael D. Higgins, on the 6th of December. Nathan is pictured here with St. Jarlath’s College, Gaisce President’s Award Leaders, Mr. Andrew Marsden and Mr. Francis Stockwell, in Dublin Castle at the award ceremony.
Nathan who already holds the Bronze and Silver Awards, is our first student to achieve this standard. We are extremely proud of Nathan who took part in a number of different activities in order to achieve this award. Nathan is currently studying at NUIG and we wish Nathan the very best of luck in the future.
We are very thankful to our staff leaders who worked with Nathan and all the other candidates, throughout their Gaisce journeys.
Pictured are students that contributed to this years shoebox appeal. It was a great success and the kindness of our students is very much appreciated by Team Hope and the young children who will receive a shoe box this Christmas.
The Transition Year Art class has been busy working on an posters to be displayed for the Tuam Cancer Care Survivors Celebration walk.
The walk is an awareness and fundraising event celebrating cancer survivors and will take place at 2pm on sun 9th Oct in the Palace grounds
Teams of cancer care survivors with their friends and families will complete laps of the Palace grounds which will be around 5K.
The aim of the event is to create a lively warm atmosphere celebrating cancer survivors together with their friends/family. Transition Year students will be helping out on the day and will complete a survey of the event.
St. Jarlath’s Amateur Operatic Society in association with Scoil Bhríde, Mercy Secondary School, is delighted to announce that our musical this year will be the dancing extravaganza “Billy Elliot”. The show will run in St. Jarlath’s College Hall from Wednesday 7th to Friday 9th December. Auditions will take place in the coming weeks before full rehearsals begin. Best of luck to all involved.
It is with great sadness and regret that we have learned of the passing of our 3rd year student Jack McHugh, RIP, from Corofin. As a school community we are deeply upset at this tragic loss of Jack and our thoughts and prayers are with Jack, his family and friends.
The school will be open tomorrow morning, Wednesday at 10am and we invite Jacks classmates, friends and all students who would like to gather together at this very sad time. Our school chaplain Fr Fintan and Counsellor will be on hand during the morning. Prayers will be offered in the Oratory at 11am. May Jack’s gentle soul Rest In Peace.