St Louis U14 footballers are through to the Ulster Quarter Finals the w/b 9th April. We will be having football training on Thursday 5th April at 11.30am on Monaghan Harps Pitch. All players please try to be there :)
Saint Louis U14 girls have made it through to the Post Primary Ulster Quarter Final in the D section of the competition after winning 3 out of 3 games to top their group! Saint Louis first defeated St.Fancheas, Enniskillen by 15 points. This was followed by an outstanding comeback against Largy College where they won by a single point in the last minute of the game scored by Centre forward Caoimhe Mc Cabe . Their most recent victory was against St. Kevin's of Lisnaskea on Wednesday 21st of March which saw this gutsy team win by 10 points. The team will train over Easter in preparation for the next stages of the competition .We wish them and their coaches Ms. Fleming, Ms. O’ Leary and Ms.Roon
Louise Mc Ginnity, a third year student in St. Louis Secondary School travelled to Kingscourt on Monday last to participate in the U15 All Ireland Handball championship. Prior to this Louise had great success in the Ulster Final and the All Ireland semi-final. Louise’s opponent was from Wexford, the first game saw Louise win 15-11 and in the second game Louise emerged victorious on a score of 15-3. This is a tremendous achievement for Louise who manages to balance her study and match practice. Well done Louis from all the school community in St. Louis. Louise is pictured with her PE teacher Ms. Rooney.
On Friday last 16th March St. Louis Secondary School went green for St Patrick’s Day. This venture was organized by the Coiste to raise funds for Rett Syndrome Ireland at the request of Sinead Mc Phillips, a third year student whose sister Shauna suffers from this condition. Rett syndrome is a rare neurodevelopmental disorder resulting in physical and intellectual disability. It affects girls almost exclusively – affecting one in ten thousand births – but there are rare cases of boys with Rett Syndrome. Everyone affected is severely and multiply disabled. On the 16th March all students and staff were encouraged to wear one item of green clothing and the Thomas Meagher flag pins were also so
Massive congratulations to St. Louis Transition Year student Gertruda Kalvynaite who is the Ulster winner of the Mental Health Ireland’s Art and Photography Competition. Gertruda now qualifies for the National Final of this prestigious competition. The St. Louis school community is exceptionally proud of Gertruda’s phenomenal achievement. The theme for Mental Health Ireland’s Art and Photography competition for secondary school students was ‘Mind Your Mental Health’. The central message of Gertruda’s masterpiece is the importance of nature, creativity, love and genuine friendships in ensuring a person's mental well-being. Issues including anxiety, stress, self-harm and depression can be d
Congratulations to our fantastic U14 football team who defeated St Fanchea's College, Enniskillen in Clones today in an absolutely superb display of football. The girls played with determination and hunger from the throw in and came out deserved winners. Well done girls! :) The team will head to Clones again tomorrow to play Largy College. Best of luck girls!
On Friday, February 23rd Emma Mc Keown and Jasmin Toal Mc Cann TY students in St. Louis Secondary School, Monaghan along with their teachers Ms. Hurson and Ms. Conlon attended an exhibition in the GPO Visitors Centre at the kind invitation of the Ceann Comhairle Sean O Fearghail TD. The first ever permanent exhibition of the Irish flag was organised by the Thomas Meagher Foundation to commemorate the 170th anniversary of the tricolour. On March 7th 1848 Thomas Francis Meagher flew the first Irish flag inspired by the French flag at 33, The Mall in Waterford. The GPO was considered to be the most appropriate place for this exhibition given that the flag flew from the rooftops there during Eas