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County Waterford, Ireland

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Academic Achievements

Some Student Achievements 2013

 

U.C. D. Entrance Scholars Award

Each year University College Dublin recognises the academic achievements of its First Year students who have achieved 560 points or more in the Leaving Certificate.

We are very proud of our student Tabitha Alexander who achieved 595 points in her examination.

She received her award at a ceremony held in U.C.D. on Monday, November 11th. Tabitha is now studying Veterinary Medicine in U.C.D.

 

Photo: Tabitha Alexander, recipient of a U.C.D. Entrance Scholar Award, photographed after the ceremony in U.C.D. with Mrs. Colette Power, Deputy Principal.

N.U.I. Maynooth Entrance Scholarship Awards

N.U.I Maynooth awards an Entrance Scholarship to students who have achieved 525 points or more in the Leaving Certificate.

Jennifer Hurley received a scholarship following her achievement of 530 points in her examination. Jenny is now studying Physics with Astrophysics and we wish her every success with her studies.

 

Photo: Jennifer Hurley, recipient of an N.U.I. Maynooth Entrance Scholarship, photographed with Principal Mrs. Dorothy Hughes and a member of the N.U.I. Maynooth academic awarding party.

J.P. McManus All Ireland Scholarship Award

Natalia Pabianiak is one of two Co. Waterford recipients of a prestigious All Ireland scholarship sponsored by Limerick businessman J.P. McManus. The scholarships were presented at a special Awards Ceremony held in the University of Limerick on November 9th.

Natalia, who achieved 575 points in her Leaving Certificate, is now studying Pharmacy at University College Cork. We are delighted that she has been honoured with this recognition of her achievement.

 

Photo: Natalia Pabianiak, recipient of a J.P. McManus All Ireland Scholarship Award, photographed after the ceremony at University of Limerick with Principal Mrs. Dorothy Hughes.

Maths and Science - Junior Certificate

Doireann O’ Brien was identified by the State Examinations Commission as one of the 140 highest achievers in Ireland in Maths and Science (Junior Certificate 2013).

She subsequently participated in the Junior Science Olympiad in Dublin City University in October. Doireann’s achievement in Maths also gained her an invitation to participate in the 2013 Irish Beaver Computing Contest, an online international computational thinking challenge for students which takes place in November.

We wish Doireann the best of luck.

 

Photo: Doireann O Brien, High Achiever in Maths and Science in the Junior Certificate 2013.

Comhaltas All Ireland Championship - Concertina

Clara Mannion, 5th year student and Comhaltas All Ireland Under 18 Concertina champion was selected to perform in the recent Comhaltas Tour of Ireland, Macalla na hEireann.

This involved a two week tour of the country performing to packed audiences with other accomplished musicians, singers and dancers. Clara will participate in a second tour in Spring 2014.

Well done Clara!

 

Photo: Clara Mannion, Comhaltas All Ireland Under 18 concertina champion.

Outstanding Junior Certificate 2013

The Junior Certificate 2013 results in Ard Scoil na nDéise were outstanding. Great credit is due to the students and to their teachers.

The students photographed were the highest achievers in the group.

 

Photo: Maebh Power, Doireann O’ Keeffe, Grace Heffernan, Michelle Sheehan, Aisling Foley (back row left to right), Doireann O’ Brien, Máire Fennell, Ornaith Keane and Clíona Ryan (front row left to right) who achieved outstanding results in their Junior Certificate in 2013.

Business Studies Awards

Each year Waterford Institute of Technology and the Business Studies Teachers’ Association of Ireland acknowledge the achievements of Business Studies students in the South East by holding an awards ceremony in Waterford Institute of Technology.

Students who achieved an A grade in higher level Junior Certificate Business Studies are invited and presented with a certificate at the ceremony in October. Congratulations!

 

Photo: Sarah Lonergan, Maebh Power, Anna Whelan, Michelle Sheehan, Doireann O’Keeffe, Doireann O’Brien, Aisling Foley, Ornaith Keane, Niamh Kiely, (back row left to right), Stephanie Curran and Tamara Sheehan (front row left to right) photographed in Waterford Institute of Technology, with Business teacher Ms. Anne Gleeson and a member of the W.I.T. academic awarding party. Absent from photo is Ms. Julianne Foley, Business teacher.

Science Essay Winner

Congratulations to Stephanie Curran whose essay entitled “How does Science influence your everyday life?” won 1st prize in the Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories Transition Year Essay Science Competition.

Stephanie has won an iPod Touch and one week of work experience with tutorial classes on site at Eurofins Lancaster Labs in Dungarvan.

Her class will also be treated to a class tour of the facility with fun demonstrations.

 

Photos: Stephanie Curran, winner of the Lancaster Laboratories Transition Year Science Essay Competition photographed with her Chemistry teacher Mr. Tommy Collins.

 

Leaving Certificate 2013 - One Third over 450 points!

This year 9% of our Leaving Certificate students achieved 500 points or more, and 33% of the class of 2013 achieved 450 points or more. We were very happy with these results.

But on October 14th we received two letters containing further good news. Jennifer Hurley is to receive an Entrance Scholarship at National University of Ireland Maynooth. The ceremony will take place on Tuesday, November 5th in Maynooth, where Jenny is now studying Astrophysics.

Natalia Pabianiak is to be the worthy recipient of a 2013 All Ireland Scholarship sponsored by JP McManus. This prestigious award will be presented to her at a ceremony in the University of Limerick on November 9th. Natalia is now studying Pharmacy at U.C.C.

We wish Jennifer, Natalia and all our Leaving Certificate graduates every success in their studies and their future careers.


Ard Scoil students who achieved exceptionally high results in their Leaving Cert 2012. Back Row; Ciara Scanlan, Naomi Roche, Fiona Shine, Sophie Duhig, Maire O’Donnell, Alison O’Sullivan, Eileen O’Brien. From Row; Claire Crowley, John O’ Flynn (Chairperson of Board of Management), Dorothy Hughes (Principal), Dr. Helena Lenihan (Guest Speaker) and Emma Ballot.

Junior Certificate 2013


Ard Scoil students who achieved exceptionally high results in their Junior Cert 2012. Back Row; Catherine Bowen, Eddie Parker (Sponsor), Edel Looby - Front Row: Lauren Mulvihill, Colette Power (Deputy Principal), Kayleigh Hanley.

Business Studies

Each year Waterford Institute of Technology and the BSTAI acknowledge the achievements of Business Studies students in the South east by holding an awards ceremony in Waterford Institute of Technology. Students who achieved an A grade in higher level Junior Certificate Business Studies are invited and presented with a certificate at the ceremony. Ard Scoil students acknowledged this year (2013) are:


Sarah Lonergan, Maebh Power, Anna Whelan, Michelle Sheehan, Doireann O’Keeffe, Doireann O’Brien, Aisling Foley, Ornaith Keane, Niamh Kiely, Stephanie Curran and Tamara Sheehan.

Geography Award


Emma McCarthy is presented with the Margaret Radley Geography Award 2012 by Angela Radley

 

 

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