Kerry ETB Award Winners 16 Jan 2015 Hosted in Tralee IT
Congratulations to all our award winners in the Kerry ETB Student Awards. You all are exceptional Ambassadors for this school.
- School Academic Excellence Award-Niamh Ní Chonaill (Best overall performance in the Leaving Certificate in the school)
- Junior Certificate Academic Award (Best overall performance in the Junior Certificate in the school)- Cian Breathnach
- Best Science Student- Cillian Ó Donnabháin
- Best Languages, Arts & Social Sciences Student- Shannon Ní Bhaoil
- Best Business Studies Student- Eimear Ní Ghealbhain
- Best LCA Student- Ann Marie Sugrue
- School Leadership/Active Citizenship award-Marc Ó Sé
- Digital Literacy Award –Micheál MacCartaigh
- Exceptional leadership in the School Council-Grace Ní Suillebhain
- Exceptional Involvement in the life of the school at Junior Cycle- Jim Ó Loingsigh
Kerry ETB Awards 28th February 2014
Junior Certificate Academic Award – Michael Joseph Cunningham
School Leadership Award – Ciara Buckley
Best LCA Student – Anthony Casey
School Academic Excellence Award – Stephanie Stretton
Junior Certificate Irish Language Award – Ciara Ní Dhálaigh
Best Languages, Arts & Social Sciences Student – Melissa O’ Sullivan
Best Overall Academic Student – Maria Corkery
Melissa O Sullivan receives All Ireland Scholarship
These scholarships are awarded to 100 students from the Republic and 25 students from the North who performed with distinction in their Leaving Cert along with fulfilling other criteria.
Jamie Sugrue receives Reid Scholarship from Trinity College
The Reid Scholarship is a special grant given to Kerry students in Trinity who have scored highly in their Leaving Cert and are outside the income bracket to be entitled to a county council grant. The scholarship is only offered to a small number of people and it was a great achievement to receive it.
Coláiste na Sceilge student achieves 7 A1s
Maria Corkery Leaving Cert student of 2012 achieves amazing result in State Exams.
Tomás O’ Connell, Leaving Cert student of 2012, was the recipient of an All-Ireland Scholarship in UL, Limerick at an event held on Nov 17th 2012. These scholarships are awarded to 100 students from the Republic and 25 students from the North who performed with distinction in their Leaving Cert along with fulfilling other criteria. The scholarships are sponsored by a fund of €30m, kindly donated by Mr JP McManus. Tomás who is currently studying in Trinity College, Dublin was presented his award by Former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
Colaiste Na Sceilge Student wins Top Engineering award in the Country
At the recent E.T.T.A (Engineering teachers technology association) conference held in Carrick on Shannon, Gearoid Sugrue received the John Murphy Medal for achieving the Highest Leaving certificate, higher level result in the country. The engineering exam consists of a project, 6 hour practical and a theory exam. In order to receive this medal, Gearoid would have achieved maximum marks in all 3 elements of the exam. Gearoid is now studying computing at the University of Limerick. Another student from Coláiste na Sceilge Ben Osborne got a Certificate of Distinction for his Higher Level Engineering project (snowmobile) and portfolio. Ben is now awaiting a call up for training for the Navy. Engineering Teacher Mr. Cronin at Colaiste Na Sceilge said it was a tremendous achievement for the students and the awards were richly deserved for the hard work and dedication shown by the students throughout their time in Colaiste Na Sceilge. The Presentations were may by Mr. PJ Rudden, President, Chartered Engineer, Institute of Engineers Ireland.
Left to right: Gearoid Sugrue, Mr PJ Rudden (President, Institute of Engineers, Ireland) and
Gearoid Sugrue’s Engineering Project (snowmobile)