Extra Curricular Activities
A wide range of extra-curricular activities is available to students of the College. It is expected that students will give serious consideration to participation in one or more of these activities which are widely advertised on official school notice boards.
The following activities, with some variation from year to year, take place:
|Art Club||Art Portfolio Club||Badminton|
|Competitive Coding Club||Debating Club Senior and Junior||Drumming|
|Environmental Group||French Speaking Debating Club||Gaisce - The President's Award|
|Grapevine (College Magazine)||Green Schools Committee||Guitar and Ukulele Group|
|Hockey||Intercultural Week||International Economic Olympiad|
|Instrumental Lessons||Jazz Ensemble||Linguistics Olympiad Club|
|Maths Club||Model United Nations (MUN)||Music Technology Club|
|Orchestra||Robotics and Coding/First Lego League||Rugby|
|Speech and Drama||Strength and Conditioning|
|Student Council||Student Literacy Committee||Traditional Irish Music Group|
|Wine Dark Sea||Writers' Club||Young Economist of the Year|
Participation in sporting activities is regarded by the College as desirable for all pupils as it provides a means of complementing their academic and social development. While participation is the basic objective it must also be recognised that the pursuit and achievement of success in competitive sport is essential in maintaining the interest of the pupils and the morale of the teams.
It will always be necessary to strike a balance between the needs of pupils and teams which represent the College in local, regional or national competitions and the policy of maximising the numbers of students who can participate in the sports of their choice.
In order to accommodate the wide range of sporting interests among students, the College will seek to provide opportunities for participation in many, different sports and activities. However, there is a limit to the number of sports which can be provided by the College.