All at Ardgillan College were thrilled for the Class of 2021 upon receiving the news of their exceptional examination results last week. A remarkably large number of students achieved in excess of 500 points with two female students Emily Cathcart and Holly Davis claiming the top spot with 625 (more…)
There was palpable joy and excitement in Ardgillan College on Fridayas the 2021 Awards Ceremony was celebrated in the school. As a result of the current Covid restrictions, the school held a virtual ceremony that was broadcast in all classrooms in the morning. Sincere thanks to Ms. O’Farrell (more…)
A new local Garda initiative has been set up to explain to teenagers in local schools of being a money mule. A money mule is a person who allows their bank account to be used by criminals to launder money through their bank account for a small commission. This is an increasing problem (more…)
Congratulations to Ali Khan and Bazil Khan from fourth-year who were awarded 3rd place in the Biological and Ecological Intermediate Category at the BT Young Scientist Virtual Exhibition in January 2021. Their project was entitled ‘Does nano silver have an effect on Pea Plants?’ (more…)
Covid-19 did not prevent Ardgillan College from putting on a wonderful Virtual Talent Show for students last Friday. Students sang, danced and performed, showcasing their unique talents and impressive skills. The event spread palpable joy around the college. Congratulations to first (more…)
Minister for Housing, Darragh O’Brien is pictured with students from Ardgillan Community College Balbriggan Olivia Brennan, Daire Allen and Laura Dunne who are competing in the Construction Industry Federation’s ‘Design a Home for Everyone’ school’s competition. The competition will see (more…)
Congratulations to Ardgillan Community College students William Leonard and Marcela Mahon Mas in 5th year for winning the Newstalk Best Communicators Award and the Intel Best Technology Project Award at Scifest 2020. A fabulous double achievement. (more…)
All at Ardgillan College were thrilled for the Class of 2020 on Monday upon receiving the news of their excellent exam results. A sizeable number of students achieved over 500 points. The Class of 2020 have missed out on so many events that are usually taken for granted such as the traditional (more…)
Over the last twelve months, Community Garda Maurice Cunningham and Superintendent Twomey have liaised with all secondary schools in the District (Balbriggan, Rush, Lusk, Skerries Schools) in a Forum capacity. The principals and counsellors of the schools attended the meetings (more…)
- Ardgillan C.C.
- Balbriggan ETNS
- Balrothery N.S.
- Bracken ETNS
- Bremore ETSS
- Loreto Balbriggan
- Scoil Chormaic
- St Molagas N.S.
- St Teresa's N.S.
There will be no stopping the music this March when the first ever Fingal International Festival of Voices is staged from March 12-15 in Balbriggan! As part of preparations for the Festival, eleven schools around Balbriggan have signed up for free singing workshops as part of an outreach (more…)
Thank you so much to all of the parents who came to support our fundraiser this morning. It was a wonderful occasion. Thanks to those who baked, donated, made tea, cleaned, bought raffle tickets and sang. We raised a whopping, unprecedented €5000 for Crumlin Children’s (more…)
Olympic runner David Gillick came to Ardgillan Community College yesterday to speak to 1st-3rd year students about the importance of being active and eating well for your overall well-being. He asked that each student take just one thing from his talk that meant something important to them. (more…)