Book lists for 2014-2015 are available under the students tab.
Return to school dates September 2014
Monday 25th August 1st years 9:30 am to 12:30pm
Tuesday 26th August 3rd and 6th years only
Wednesday 27th August 3rd, 5th and 6th years only
Thursday 28th August All classes
Friday 29th August All Classes
Combined Seamount / Dominican College Team success in the National Intel Ideation Competition 2014
Congratulations and well done to recent TY Graduates Clarice Silke and Fabian Krause who were part of a combined team of pupils from Seamount / Dominican College which came second in the National Intel Ideation Finals in Tullamore on May 29th.
Seamount College win Connacht Colleges Minor B camogie final.
Seamount College Kinvara were victorious in the final of the Naomh Brendain Credit Union Loughrea Connacht Colleges Minor B Camogie Final against St Raphael’s Loughrea. The game was played at St Brendan’s Park, Loughrea on Tuesday last, May 20th. Both teams had reached the final undefeated and having clashed in the 1st year final a year previous a close contest was expected.
At half time this was indeed the case as two points separated the sides, 1-2 to 0-3 in favour of the Loughrea side. Seamount College’s first half scores had come through Georgina McDonagh, Rachel Helebert and Neamh Keane with a fine effort from distance.
The Kinvara side really stepped up a gear in the second half and pulled away with some excellent scores, through Georgina McDonagh, Dearbhaile Walshe, Louise Finnerty and Rachel Helebert. The defence, meanwhile, restricted the opposition to a single point in the second half.
Afterwards Maria Tarpey, the sole representative from the Oranmore Maree club, accepted the trophy from Donal Burke, servicing officer of Connacht Colleges Camogie, on behalf of her team mates.
Overall a great win for the 1st and 2nd year students and good omens for the future of camogie in the school. This is Seamount Colleges 7th year in a row to win a Connacht title at some grade.
Seamount College: Megan Molloy (Ballinderreen), Ruth Foy (Ballinderreen), Amy Helebert (Ballinderreen), Aine Kilkelly (Kinvara), Brohyn Brennan (Ardrahan), Leanne Helebert (Ballinderreen), Maria Tarpey (Oranmore/Maree), Neamh Keane (0-1) (Kinvara), Dearbhaile Walshe (Ardrahan), Amy McGourty (Kinvara), Rachel Helebert (Kinvara), Hazel Lane (Ballinderreen), Louise Finnerty (Ardrahan), Georgina McDonagh (KInvara), Saoirse Bourke (Ardrahan)
Subs: Rachel Byrne (Kinvara) for Lane (inj), Michaela Austin (Ballinderreen) for McGourty, Leah O’ Connor (Kinvara) for L. Finnerty, Grace Finnerty (Ardrahan) for Foy, Maria Quinn (Ballinderreen) for McDonagh, Meabh de Courcy MacDonnell (Kinvara) for Byrne, Kristine Shiels (Ballinderreen) for Kilkelly, Muireann Fordham (Kinvara) for R. Helebert, Aisling Fahy (Kinvara) for Brennan.
Well done to Aoibheann Kelly and Francesca Lundvall who presented a project on behalf of Tara Matthews who was unable to attend , at scifest in GMIT last week. Thank you to Ms Mc Inerney , Tara’s teacher.
Seamount College takes part in “Camán and Run”
Four Seamount college students participated in the “Camán and Run” Relay Race at half time in the All Ireland Senior Club Camogie final at Croke Park on Sunday 2nd March
Seamount College welcomes Minister Ciaran Cannon and Bishop Martin Drennan
The Board, Management and Staff are delighted to announce the official opening of our excellent new wing and greatly improved facilities in the original building. With careful planning and a supportive parents’ council and community as well as the Department of Education we have added 4 specialist rooms (DCG, Science Lab, Computer Room, and Music Room) as well as extra classrooms and related facilities.
On the afternoon of Friday 28th February Minister Ciaran Cannon unveiled a plaque to officially mark the opening of our new rooms and the refurbished convent area. Bishop Drennan led us in prayer and blessed the rooms.
BT Young Scientist Exhibition
Well done to Tara Matthews fifth year,whose project on hypermobility in red heads was highly commended at The 2014 Young Scientist exhibition in the RDS .
Seamount Students awarded scholarships by TCD
Congratulations to Juliet Bowers , Áine Early and Jenni Kinnane who were awarded scholarships by Trinity College Dublin in recognition of their excellent leaving Certificate results. Juliet is studying pharmacy, Áine is studying history and politics and Jenni is studying medicine. We wish the girls every success in their studies.
Seamount college students play soccer for Ireland
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