Horses for courses as the Athy College clubs try to attract new recruits. At the moment the choices are Gaelic, Soccer, Badminton, Guitar, Choir, Basketball, Band, Chess, Open Mike, Reading, Code, Young Scientist, Art, Rugby, Glee Club, Walking Club,............
Best of luck to two of our music sensations appearing at the Naas Wild Food Festival: Colm Rothwell Guitarist/drummer appearing with Vetocode and our own girl band IF. Go guys
With the greatest of sadness the principal, staff and Board of Management of Athy College convey their sympathies to the families, friends, and schools of the young students in Clonmel who tragically lost their lives in a car accident last night.
At a time when students throughout the country are celebrating their results and planning on the next chapter of their lives with excitement, an accident like this send a sharp reminder of the fragility of life. We cannot begin to feel the loss experienced by their families but we hold them all in our thoughts and prayers.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the students who were tragically killed and injured in the car accident in Monaghan this week. As our students prepare for their Debs later this week we are shocked at how such an event can turn to tragedy in a matter of minutes and how fragile life can be. Our sympathy with the management of Largy College which is part of Cavan Monaghan ETB
Well done to all of the Athy College students who took part in the South Leinster athletics last week
Many thanks to Tom Bryan from Boortmalt (our business partners) for his presentation to second year business students today on soft skills.
Murder mystery at Athy College as the amateur sleuths try their CSI skills to solve the crime. Fingereprints, microscopes and a lot of head scratching. Thanks to Ms Burke for this challenge.