Choral Postcards gives aspiring young composers age 15-18 the opportunity to work remotely and in person with professional composers and singers to create their own short pieces of music written for four-part choir. Applications are now open until 5pm, Monday 27 June. See details here. In July 2021, Nicholas O'Neill (Class of 2022) had the opportunity to work remotely with professional composers and singers to create 'I Felt a Funeral in my Brain', a setting of the famous Emi
Two Gonzaga athletes competed in the All Ireland Schools Track and Field competition in Tullamore at the weekend. Cillian McCabe finished third in the senior boys 400m hurdles, while Eoghan Mac Muiris finished second in the inter boys 400m H. 🥉🥈A huge achievement from the boys and a fantastic way to end the schools athletics’ season. Thanks to Mr McCrossan for the photo.
Our TY students have won success again this year at the UCD Irish Young Philosopher Awards! The following students were acknowledged at the awards ceremony for their submissions and awards will be given out in June: Irish Young Philosopher Award Grand Prize: Runner Up: Sean Radcliffe with his project 'Wheels or Doors?' Small Group Project Prize: Runner Up: Harry Stewart, Cormac Hannon and Owen Taylor with their project 'Why do we value art that is not conventionally beautiful
The CAIT (Classics Association of Ireland Teachers) holds an annual competition for students with an interest in Ancient History, Greek and Roman literature and civilisation. Many of our students from all years entered the four different categories. This year, Justin Ikwu in 4B won the Robin Miller Trophy – the highest award for the Senior competition. He submitted a project on ‘Recognising Roman Oppression’, an in-depth analysis of the oppression that occurred throughout th