Congratulations to our first year soccer team who , following two matches today, are through to the final!!
Athy College are delighted to have received very generous sponsorship from local company EnergyPro consisting of full access PREMIUM accounts on Studyclix for all students at the school. Studyclix.ie is Ireland’s largest online learning community and will help students manage their own learning outside of the classroom.
“StudyClix is a recognised advantage which can increase students examination achievement considerably and EnergyPro has given this opportunity to all of our students. We are very appreciative of this kind and generous support for all of our students” said principal Richard Daly.
“EnergyPro is about creating a better world and a better environment through their management of renewable energy and they have shown that they can also create a better world and a better environment for our students. Thank you”
During the week students have been logging on to StudyClix Premium and are accessing material which is very supportive of what they are studying in classes and will be a major advantage as they approach state examinations.
Thank you to Carlow College for streaming their revision lecture on Macbeth today.. Particular thanks to Dr James Heaney for his delivery which was of great benefir to our HL English students
And so we say goodbye to our friends from Saporro, Japan. Over the past two weeks we have shared cultures and become very good friends. We hope that our two schools on two different sides of the world will continue in friendship in the years to come. Thank you for visiting us
Some of our students introduced our Japanese visitors to hurling/camogie. Could be a while before we see them in Croke Park
Athy College are delighted to welcome 16 Japanese students who will be with us for the next two weeks as they experience Irish living. Many thanks to the local host families with whom these students are staying
Athy College was lucky to be chosen by Santa as the place where he could visit all of the junior students on campus.