Race Night in Eldon’s on 10th February to send 2 staff to Zambia as part of an immersion project to help establish links between Zambian Christian Brothers' Schools and High School Clonmel. Support of parents on night would be most welcome as would sponsorship (To sponsor a race on the night, plus an advert on the race night programme will cost €100; to advertise in the race programme will cost €50). Please contact school office for further information
Campaign against the cutback to the guidance provision in schools
A group of parents have set up a website expressing misgivings about the reallocation of guidance counsellors in our schools.
This group believe that the only way to get the Minister to reverse this decision is through the mobilisation of public opinion and they are requesting parents/guardians/former students to either contact the Minister for Education directly through whatever medium they like, or access
Munster Champions Under 19 2011
Darren Cass,Jaco Oosthysan, Darren Blanche and Liam McCarthy.
Irish Rowing University Championships and Schools Regatta 2011
Images from the Irish Rowing University Championships and Schools Regatta which were held in Inniscarra, County Cork at the National Rowing Centre last Saturday 9th April 2011
Our JM16 4x+ (Junior Mens 16 coxed quad) came in third in the final, (Sean O'Brien, Jack Noonan, Ryan McKenna, Alex Chadfield with Daniel O'Sullivan coxing).
The JM15 4x+ came in second in their final, (Stewart Channon, Sean O'Brien, Alex Chadfield,Ethan May with Daniel O'Sullivan coxing).
JM Open 1x, single scull, Edmund Morrissey met some tough opposition and didn't qualify for the semi nor the final, but our JM Open 1x Liam McCarthy did qualifyfor the semi and the final but missed out on a placing in the final. Liam is currently trialling for the Irish National Squad. He made the squad last year, fingers crossed he'll do it again this year.
The JM Open 2x, double scull, qualified for the final but, again, missed out on a placing.
Well done to all who participated in this year’s Schools regatta.
All Ireland Athletics success 2011
2010 All - Ireland success!
Congratulations to Clonmel High School senior football team on winning the All -Ireland "B" Final in Portarlington on Friday 9th April 2010. 1-10 to 0-12 was the final score against St. Attracta's, Tubbercurry.
More fantastic memories……..
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Nurturing faith, Christian spirituality and Gospel-based values;
Promoting partnership in the school community;
Excelling in teaching and learning;
Creating a caring school community;
Inspiring transformational leadership.