Cashel Community School principal John Gallagher with students Jamie Duncan, Ciarán Moroney, Clódagh Quinn, Jennifer Phelan, Molly Keane, Áine Hanley, Aoife Ryan, Cate Maher, Anneka Maxwell, Eve Moloney and Euan Ryan.
Pride and celebration were the order of the day at Cashel Community School as students collected their Junior Cert results on Wednesday (September 12).
The school has congratulated the students who completed the Junior Cert programme this year.
“It was was marvellous to see the delight and sheer happiness of our students as they received the results of all their efforts. This year’s results were truly spectacular with results in all areas being above the national average,” said principal John Gallagher.
“There were some excellent results across the board in what was a difficult and challenging year for all involved within our school community. The students were rewarded for all their hard work and efforts during the last three years”.
Principal Gallagher paid tribute to the committed teachers, guidance counsellors, SNAs and ancillary staff in the school and acknowledged the support the school receives from parents who constantly promote excellence and a good work ethic in Cashel Community School.
“We at Cashel Community School believe that success comes in many forms. Whilst acknowledging the outstanding achievements of those students who scored very well in the Junior Certificate, we also recognise and applaud the excellent achievements of the many students who fulfilled their potential”.
He paid special tribute to Cate Maher who achieved straight As in all her subjects. “This by any standard is a phenomenal achievement.
“As a school we look forward to seeing our students build on these results as they progress into the senior cycle and beyond,” he added.