Second Women in Technology initiative concludes in Cork The second year of Johnson Controls’ Women in Technology (WIT) program in Cork concluded on May 10 with students from three local secondary schools presenting their projects to their mentors, teachers and employees. The aim of the program is to encourage young women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering…Details
St Angela’s College student hits Top Notes at Frank Maher Classical Music Awards Emily Crowley, a sixth year student at St. Angela’s College, Cork, was one of only seven finalists at the 2017 Top Security Frank Maher Classical Music Awards at the Royal College of Physicians in Dublin, Ireland’s largest competition for secondary schools with a €5,000…Details
Sixth year Student Council Members, with Head Girl Molly Ryan, and Deputy Head Girl, Amy Ryan.
St Angela’s College Parents Council organised a highly successful cookery demonstration with celebrity chef Neven Maguire on November 9th in the Pairc Ui Chaoimh Conference Centre. It was a sold-out event, and the night was thoroughly enjoyed by all in attendance.