The 5th Year Meitheal team organised an Easter Egg Hunt for all 1st Year students on March 29th. The girls had great fun trying to find hidden ribbons around the Convent and the orchard in the glorious sunshine, in order to claim the chocolate prizes! The girls had great fun working in teams, and making…Details
Gaelic Football Junior Football Results February 2nd (Loss) St. Angela’s 1-2 V’s Bandon 3-2 February 9th (Win) Ballincollig Community School 1-1 V’s St. Angela’s 6-10 March 9th (Win) Carrignavar 1-2 V’s St. Angela’s 11-11 Senior Football Results February 29th (Loss) Ballyphehane 4-10 V’s St Angela’s 3-9 March 23rd (Loss) St. Angela’s 4-11 V’s Blarney…Details
Make sure to vote for the “Junky J Cloth Dress” at http://www.junkkouture.com/?name=BlueJClothDress, as the girls have made it through to the Junk Kouture National finals! The voting for the National Final begins today the 2nd and runs until midnight the 13th of April. Congratulations on making it this far girls!
The winners are selected from votes, so vote as much as possible and pass on the word! The tickets for the show, which is on Frday 20th April at 4pm in the City West Hotel Dublin, go on sale today the 2nd. The tickets sold out in three days last year, so move fast!
Congratulations to “Fan-Tastic” and “Junky J Cloth Dress” who have qualified for theRegional final of Junk Kouture in the Strand Hotel, Limerick on Sunday 1st April at 7pm.
People can vote on www.junkkouture.com from Monday 26th March for their favourite dress. Votes are vital to ensure they succeed to the National Final. One vote per computer!Details
It was a sad day for St. Angela’s College on March 1st when Mr. Martin Krasa retired. Mr Krasa has been a dedicated and inspirational teacher to the students of St. Angela’s College for 31 years. He will be remembered for his amazing work as Transition Year Co-ordinator, introducing new and exciting modules to the girls year…Details
We were very proud to learn that Clara Daly-Donnelan received the best result in Junior Certificate Music in the country in 2011. She was presented with an award at the Post Primary Music Teacher’s Association meeting in Dublin in January. Congratulations to Clara and to her music teacher Ms. Geraldine McDonald for this amazing achievement.