Music & Singing Awards
Back L to R: Bryan Daly, Donncha Daly, Tadhg Broderick, Tony Horgan Front L to R: Seamus Fleming, Diarmuid Daly, Pat Mahony, Kallum Buckley, Eoin McSweeney
The School community, Staff, Parents, Students, and guests, of St Patrick’s Secondary School, gathered on Tuesday last to mark the end of the school year with their graduation ceremony and awards ceremony. The afternoon began with the graduation mass celebrated by our school chaplain Fr. Buckley. This was a wonderful ceremony with music, singing, and readings provided by the students of the school. Afterwards, everyone gathered in the River Island Hotel where the various awards were presented. The following awards were presented.
Back L to R: Dylan Browne, Nathan O’Callaghan, Liam Broderick, David Enright, Conor Wilkinson, John Curtin, Joseph McCarthy, Tommy Curtin
Front L to R: , D J O’Regan, Padraig Brosnan, Jame Kenny, David Griffin.
D J O’Regan
STUDENT OF THE YEAR
Back L to R: Anthony Bird 5th year, Gearoid Coffey 3rd year, Nathan O’Callaghan 3rd year, Adam Healy 2nd year.
Front L to R: Principal Denis O’Donovan, Cathal McElligott 1st year, Didac Marquez 2nd year, Jack McElligott 1st year, Raymond O’Neill 1st year.
Green Jack & Cathal McElligott
Gold Raymond O’Neill
Red Didac Marquez
Blue Adam Healy
Orange Gearoid Coffey
White Nathan O’Callaghan
5th Year Anthony Bird
6th Year Awards
Sports Award Eddie & Seán Horan
Academic Excellence Paul Walsh
Jim Lyons Award Stephen Murphy
Principal’s Award Dylan O’Donoghue
Overall Student of the Year Shay Walsh
Sports Award: Presented to Eddie & Seán Horan
Jim Lyons Award: Presented to Stephen Murphy
Academic Excellence Award: Presented to Paul Walsh
Principal’s Award: Presented to Dylan O’Donoghue
Overall Student of the Year: Presented to Shay Walsh
Principal Denis O’Donovan congratulated all the award winners and wished the class of 2018 the very best for the future and thanked them for the great memories they have given us all over their time in the school, they have been an exceptionally talented group of young people who have contributed hugely to many aspects of school life and above all they are true gentlemen. I wish them well.