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Enterprise Awards

TY Mini Company #StudentEnterprise Programme! ‘Cover Up’ is an innovative method to protect cups from unwanted visitors. Transition Year students Lexi Mia, Kayla and Jan have enjoyed their entrepreneurial journey with teacher Ms. Vanessa Byrne. They received the Best in School Award this week. Click on the heading for more photos.

National Problem Solving Finalists

Two talented Sixth Year Presentation College Students competed at the National Problem Solving Final. Congratulations to Brandon Jaroszczak and Jake Baker who were two of the 100 Students from 49 Schools who competed at the National Linguistic Problem Solving Final in DCU on Wednesday....Four winners from the Final will go on to represent Ireland at the International Linguistics Olympiad held in Bulgaria in July.

Sample puzzles from the Olympiad can be downloaded at Contact Ms. Cumiskey if you are interested. Just click on the heading for more information and photos.

Presentation College Awards Academic Excellence

Feb 07 2023

On Friday, 3rd February a distinguished gathering from the world of academia converged on the Seven Oaks Hotel in Carlow for the sixteenth annual Presentation College Academic Awards ceremony. Click on the heading or this link for full details: Academic Awards. The Junior Cycle recipients were – Seán Breen, Dylan Byrne, Marie Cranny, Aoife Moody and Emma Nulty. The Leaving Certificate recipients and their current course of studies were  Aleksandr Berdin (Computer Science, UCC), Adam Byrne (Journalism, DCU), Liam Egan (Engineering, UL), Meadhbh Fallon (Pharmacy, TCD), Vlad-Flavius Florea (Computer Science, UG), Emer Flynn (Science, UCD), Emilia Hamulewicz (Commerce International with Chinese Studies, UCD), Pádraic Kelly (Engineering, UCD) and Katie Moore (Global Business with French, DCU).



Triathlon Recognition at the #ITAWARDS

Nov 14 2022
Two staff members received awards relating to the Triathlon at the #TIAWARDS. Mr. Bailey received his National Series Bronze Medal on the night. Ms. Kavanagh was awarded the Carloine Kearney Award for exceptional contribution to the sport of triathlon by a female athlete.  

Annual Prize-Giving Awards Ceremony 2022

Our Annual Awards Prize-Giving Ceremony took place recently to recognise all the achievements by our students both academically and through extra-curricular activities throughout the year.
The awards ranged from Sporting Achievements, Musician of the Year, Student of the Year, AILO/AIPO, Student Council, CEIST, Bridin Quinn, Amanda O'Mahony Memorial German Award.
It was very uplifting to recognise the continuous hard work being done by all our staff and students both inside and outside of the classroom, particularly during a most difficult year.

We congratulate all our worthy award winner recipients and thank them for always representing themselves and our school with such pride and honour. We wish them all the very best in their future endeavours.  Click HERE for information on the awards and photos.

Meitheal Achievement Night

Mar 30 2022
Congratulations to our outgoing Meitheal Team, who looked after our First Years so well at a very difficult time. With Covid-19 restrictions, they were invaluable to our First Years. They were presented with their certificates at: Meitheal Achievements Night in Askea Church. A beautiful ceremony attended by Robert Norton and Bishop Denis Nulty. Huge Congratulations to our Meitheal Team who have been amazing leaders throughout the year looking after all our first years students. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

UCD Ad Astra Academy Scholarship

Congratulations to former Head Girl and student Meadhbh Broderick on being awarded the very prestigious 'Ad Astra Academy Academic Award’ at University College Dublin recently. Meadhbh is studying ‘Actuarial and Financial Studies’ and was awarded the scholarship on the basis of her exceptional Leaving Certificate. Scholars benefit from a scholarship, mentoring and discipline specific supports, as well as personal and professional development opportunities.