Honours for CBS school's top achievers

Published 26/05/2015 | 00:00

The sports awards winners at the CBS Leaving Certificate awards (from left): back, Nicky Lawlor, Ciaran Kirwan, Connor Fenlon and Sean Ahearne (teacher); front, Shaun Donohue, Corey Mahon and Jack Crean.
The sports awards winners at the CBS Leaving Certificate awards (from left): back, Nicky Lawlor, Ciaran Kirwan, Connor Fenlon and Sean Ahearne (teacher); front, Shaun Donohue, Corey Mahon and Jack Crean.
Nominees for the 'Spirit of Transition Year' awards at the CBS TY Awards in the school, with principal Michael McMahon and teachers Ciara Spellman, Sinead Breen and John Hegarty.
The Kathleen Fahy Award presentation at the CBS Leaving Certificate Awards: John Hegarty (teacher), Ross Long, Jack Barrett, Nick Moloney, Aaron Scahill (winner) and Michael McMahon (principal).
Principal Michael McMahon presents the Arts Award, jointly shared, to Jack Robinson and Andrew Berry. Also pictured are teachers Ciara Spellman (left) and Niele Kavanagh.
At the presentation of the Edmund Rice Award. (from left) Michelle Long, Ross Long (winner), Michael McMahon, principal, and Mark Long.
Bank of Ireland presents €750 to the School Bank at the CBS Transition Year awards: Ian Bennett, Richard Kielthy, Dion Murphy, Brian Murphy (BOI), Cormac Byrne, Aaron Smythe, Chris Cowman, Dylan Breen and Patrice Byrne (BOI).
Spirit of Transition Student of the Year Brian Sweetman with his parents, Margaret and Mick, at the CBS TY awards night.
Academic award winners at the CBS Leaving Certificate awards (from left) : back, Robert Scully, Chris Doyle, Dylan McDonald, Sean Gayer, and Craig Murphy; middle, Hwan Lee, Aaron Scahill, Gearoid Finn, Evan Dempsey and Patryk Dluzynski; front, Nick Moloney, Conor Bolger, Nicky Lawlor, Shane Doyle and Conor Lynott.
Edmund Rice Award nominees at the CBS Leaving Certificate awards with winner Ross Long , Michael Mc Mahon (principal), and John Hegarty (teacher).

the CBS Secondary School in Wexford held its annual Leaving Cert awards night last Thursday. Following are the top results:

Applied Maths - Seán Gayer, Physics - Patryk Dluznski, English - Nicholas Lawlor, Irish - Gearóid Finn, German - Aaron Scahill, French - Hwan Lee, Geography - Conor Bolger, History - Conor Lynott, Maths - Hwan Lee, Chemistry - Gearóid Finn, Biology - Christopher Doyle, Music - Dylan Mc Donald, Business Studies - Nicholas Maloney, Classical Studies - Craig Murphy, Accountancy - Robert Scully, Art - Evan Dempsey, Design & Communication Graphics - Seán Gayer, Construction Studies - Shane Doyle;

Kathleen Fahy Award - for Community Involvement and Charitable Work: Jack Barrett, Nicholas Moloney, Ross Long, Aaron Scahill (Winner) and David Tormey;

Edmund Rice Award - The Student That Best Embodies The School Ethos & Culture: Jack Barrett, Dylan Bolger, Niall Connick, David Dempsey, Evan Dempsey, Patryk Dlutzynski, Shaun Donohue, Christopher Doyle, Conor Fenlon, Gearoid Finn, Sean Gayer, Lee Kavanagh, Ciaran Kirwan, Ross Long (Winner), Nicholas Lawlor, Eric McGuire, Donal Moore, Nicholas Moloney, Jack Murphy, Andrew Ross and Aaron Scahill.

The Leaving Cert awards followed the annual Transition Year awards night held in the school's general purpose room last Wednesday night.

All students and their parents attended to observe stalls that had been set up by the pupils themselves, displaying the different work done by them in every subject.

After half an hour of everyone perusing the work, those gathered flocked into the GP room for the awards ceremony.

Students took turns to stand before the crowd and speak about their highlights of the year.

A video created by up-and-coming Spielberg, Alex Eydt, showed a montage of the various activities and trips over the year.

The Spirit of the Year, which is given to the student who was an outstanding influence throughout the year was won by Brian Sweetman, a very worthy winner. The night was an all round success.

Next week's issue will include details and pictures of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year awards which were presented last night (Monday).

Wexford People

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