Eoin Colaiste

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Noel McGrath, Caitlín Nic Aoidh and James Patrice at the launch of Seachtain Na Gaeilge le Energia which runs from  March 1st - 17th. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography.

A TG4 weather presenter, a ‘Glitter Guru’, and a Tipperary hurler have joined forces to promote one of the biggest celebrations of the Irish language (...)

Father’s Day: Ollie Clerkin in 1975. The pipe wasn’t an affectation, but the rest of it – the GAA kneel, the flexed arm, the ever-so-slight hint of a smirk – is surely a put-on

Malachy Clerkin on his father, Oliver I had never seen this photograph before Mam dug it out for me, last week, and now I can’t stop looking at it. H(...)

Overall winners of the Drugs.ie “Let’s Talk About Drugs” National Youth Media Awards 2017 were Coláiste Eoin, Finglas, Dublin for their song ‘Take Your Mask Off’. pictured at the awards ceremony in Dublin. were (front row from left); Renike Sonuyi, Shannon Hoey, Sophie O’Meara and Melissa Robinson, (back from left); Zackarriah Gilmartin, Emer Hale, Erica Omiagbo, Gloria Nankya, Wiktoria Ferdzyn and Katelyn O’Reilly.Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The students of Coláiste Eoin secondary school in Finglas fended off competition from 700 other entrants to claim the top prize at the Drugs.ie Nation(...)

Coláiste Eoin in Stillorgan, Co Dublin features in the top 10 list of all secondary schools. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Check school rankings on the Feeder Schools app: www.irishtimes.com/feeder-schools/ Download the Feeder School PDFs here: www.irishtimes.c(...)

Of the top 20 schools that send the majority of their students to higher-points courses, 16 are fee-paying private schools. Photograph: iStock

In a stark reminder of the inequality that lies at the heart of Irish society, fewer than 8 per cent of Leaving Cert students in secondary schools lo(...)

Midfielder Dara de Poire went in goal for Coláiste Eoin and saved a late penalty against  Scoil Mhuire Clane. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dara De Poire was the penalty saving hero as Dublin’s Colaiste Eoin stunned Scoil Mhuire of Clane in the first round of the Top Oil Leinster Senior A(...)

Niamh Ryan from Castleknock with her eight A1 results in the Leaving Certificate at Loreto College, St Stephen’s Green. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Schools with the highest achievers in this year’s Leaving Cert results are from Cos Dublin, Cork and Mayo. While no candidate received nine A1s this(...)

High achiever: Conor Gallagher of St Michael’s College, Ballsbridge, got nine A1s in the Leaving Certificate last year.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Annual feeder schools results published this week show how many students progressed from individual second-level schools to higher education. The gre(...)

Conor Gallagher, who got nine A1s in the Leaving Cert, with classmates at St Michael’s College, Ballsbridge, which is sixth in table. Photograph: Eric Luke

Fee-paying schools continue to dominate the tables showing how many students progressed to high-points courses in college. What we have designated a(...)

Of Ireland’s 732 post-primary schools, 490 (67 per cent) are co-educational.

Boys and girls schools are sending the same numbers of students to third-level, while co-educational schools are performing well, according to a gende(...)

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