Search

Legally Blonde coming to St Louis

Legally Blonde, the world-famous musical is coming to St. Louis, Monaghan Based on the hit Hollywood movie starring Reese Witherspoon, Legally Blonde will be performed by the St. Louis Transition Year students in Halla San Lughaidh from Tuesday 12th – Thursday 14th February. The performances will start at 8pm. Legally Blonde is an all-singing, all-dancing romantic comedy, a fun-filled, feel-good pink fest. College sweetheart and homecoming queen Elle Woods, doesn’t take no for an answer. When her boyfriend dumps her for someone more serious, Elle puts down the credit card, hits the books and heads for Harvard Law School. Along the way, Elle proves that being true to yourself never goes out o

Legally Blonde Musical - Tickets on sale

Tickets for Legally Blonde have now gone on sale. Tickets are on sale in the school arcade at lunchtimes. Tickets are also available in Rocks. This is a show not to be missed so make sure to book your tickets early!

U19 Basketballers reach All-Ireland Semi-Final

Congratulations to the U19 basketball team on reaching the All-Ireland Semi-Final. The girls competed in the All-Ireland playoffs today in Tullamore, putting up a hard battle to win all three of their games and top their pool. Best of luck to all the girls and their coaches. The whole school are behind you!

Choral Success for St. Louis

Twenty-five energetic performers from St. Louis Secondary School were fortunately awarded success when receiving a Distinction in their performance for The Royal Irish Academy of Music. The girls performed a fifteen- minute session, collected from their Transition Year musical ‘’Sister Act’’, including beautiful chorus numbers, entertaining and hilarious one-liners as well as creative dance moments. Commitment and absolute devotion were put in as the girls sacrificed their own time to perfect their performances. Inventive and original details were put in place adequately to set the scene and tell the story in the short amount of time that was given and undoubtedly, they succeeded. Special th

Prof Niall Moyna visits St Louis stand at BT Young Scientist

Picture shows Prof Niall Moyna , a Scotstown native who took the time to visit the students from St. Louis Secondary School Monaghan at their stand during the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition. The TY students Alice Duffy, Tarah Sherlock and Abigail Finnegan looked at healthy fit individuals to see if kinesio tape was a help or a hindrance during exercise. Niall Moyna was very interested in the project as he is a great promoter of a healthy fit lifestyle through his work in the Department of Health and Human Performance in DCU and his work with the RTE programme Operation Transformation. The students thoroughly enjoyed the experience and wish to record their thanks to Ms Mc Caffr

BT Young Scientist Finalist

Congratulations to Alice Duffy, Tarah Sherlock and Abigail Finnegan who will represented St. Louis Secondary School in the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in the RDS yesterday. The girls qualified with their project “An investigation into whether kinesio sports tape helps or hinders the athletic ability of fit and healthy individuals during physical activity”. Well done to the girls and their teacher Ms Mc Caffrey on a fantastic achievement.

Úna and Sonya qualify for Irish Angus Beef School’s Competition.

St Louis TY students Úna Boylan and Sonya Mc Caughey have qualified from thousands of entries to progress to the next stage of the Certified Irish Angus Beef School’s Competition. The girls had to devise a way of promoting Irish Angus Beef and developed a recipe booklet of delicious meals using Irish Angus Beef. Sonya and Úna will travel to the Mullingar Park Hotel on Monday next 14th November where they will be interviewed for 20 minutes based on their video application. The interview panel will consist of representatives from The Irish Angus Producer Group, ABP, Kepak and an Agricultural Science teacher. Best of luck girls. Úna and Sonya are pictured with their Year Head and Biology teach

Relaunch of the Louis View Magazine

St. Louis Transition Year students Lauren McGeown, Áine Aughey, Emma Brady, Elizabeth O’Hare, Siân McGuinness, Maja Jarzabek, Niamh Flynn, Sophie Callan, Ewelina Smitena and Katherine Leer Robinson have relaunched the Louis View magazine as an online publication. This excellent production showcases the girls' creative writing, artistic and organisational skills. The girls will be publishing further editions of Louis View at Easter and at the end of the academic year. You can find the Louis View magazine on the St. Louis website (stlouismonaghan.com) and on the school's social media platforms.

St Louis BT Young Scientist Finalists.

The good wishes of the entire school community go with St Louis TY students Alice Duffy, Abigail Finnegan and Tarah Sherlock who will represent St. Louis Secondary School in the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition this week in the RDS. The girls qualified with their project “An investigation into whether kinesio sports tape helps or hinders the athletic ability of fit and healthy individuals during physical activity”. The BT Young Scientist and Technology exhibition is a national competition held every year from January 8th -12th in the RDS. Over 2,000 entries were submitted but only 550 were selected for the exhibition. St. Louis Secondary school is the only school in Monaghan town

Principal; Margaret Conlon

St Louis Secondary School,

Glen Road,

Monaghan,

Co. Monaghan