Athy College students begin a course of training in kayaks. This will be a regular event thanks to Mrs Murphy and the Canoe and Rowing Club. We have a fantastic amenity in our waterways. Let's use it.
Seachtain na Gaeilge takes place from no until St. Patrick's Day. Má tá aon focal gaeilge agat. Úsaid é.
A knife edge result saw our team 2 points short of success but a superb performance. Well played and a fantastic achievement
Best of luck from students staff and parents and Athy to the second year Spikeball team who battle for a national title today
Best of luck tomorrow as our second year Spikeball (volleyball) team play in the All Ireland final in UCD. Doing our school and our town proud.
Best of luck to the Athy College Spikeball team as they use midterm to prepare for the All Ireland Final on Thursday. Whatever the outcome they are all champions!
Athy College are delighted to see construction begin on the floodlights for the astro pitch. The usage of the pitch will be greatly enhanced by this addition. Currently several clubs avail of the facility outside of school time and this will add to the availability.
A competition for good attendance was held in the first term between the Third, Second and First Year J.C.S.P classes. The winners were the First Year class - Gorm. Their award was an afternoon in the cinema/seminar room watching a dvd of their choice with popcorn and other snacks. Well done rang gorm!!
Congratulations to the Second Year mixed Spikeball team who today secured their place in the All Ireland playoffs. Great credit to the girls and boys teams who have been in the league but best hopes are now pinned on the mixed team. Well done to trainer Mrs Murphy