LEAVING CERTIFICATE RESULTS 2016 UNIVERSALLY WELCOMED BY COUNTY’S

19 August 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Veronica Corr and Cianna McNally

Yesterday (Wednesday) was a good news day for the county’s second level schools, as the eagerly-anticipated Leaving Certificate results were revealed. All of the principals we spoke to were delighted that that their schools had maintained high standards, with some reporting results well above the national average.

CARRICKMACROSS INVER COLLEGE
“We’re extremely happy with the results in all subject areas, particularly Maths. There were several A’s in Maths and no fails in Irish.
“The highest points were 590 and several in the 500s, which is massive,” Inver College Principal Roddy Minogue told The Northern Standard.
Mr. Minogue has made the decision to retire after four-and-a-half years at the helm of Inver College (see separate article in Carrickmacross News): “This is a fantastic note to leave on. I wish the students well and congratulate both them and the staff — once more proving that Inver College has excellent staff who deliver for their students.”
The outgoing principal also commented that the students were justifiably confident and looking forward to the Central Applications Office (CAO) offers on Monday.

ST. LOUIS SECONDARY SCHOOL
Principal Eileen English told The Northern Standard that this would be her last Leaving Cert year, as she is retiring after 36 years of teaching, 35 of which were spent in St. Louis Secondary School. She commented that she was delighted to have been part of a success story.
She went on to explain…
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