The Annual Awards Ceremony in St Louis Secondary School, Monaghan took place in Halla San Lughaidh on Tuesday, 14th May. Ms. Vera O’ Brien, Principal, began by extending a Céad Mile Fáilte to staff, students, invited guests, representatives from the Board of Management and Parents’ Association. Ms O’ Brien acknowledged the importance of recognising the achievements of students in all aspects of school life, curricular and extra-curricular. She stated “In St Louis Secondary School we provide a holistic education to the students entrusted to our care. We recognise the contribution of you, our students to the development of our school and by honouring you today we inspire others to follow your
Congratulations to all the girls who took part in the Schools Track and Field Event in Antrim Forum on Thursday 9th May. Success on the day included 1st place for Ava Ross in the Javelin and the 2,000m Walk and 1st place for Rachel Callery in the 200m and 100m Sprint race. Congratulations to all the girls who took part.
Congratulations to Ava Ross who came 1st in the 2,000m Intermediate Race Walk, and Rachel Callery who came 3rd in the 200m Intermediate sprint at the Ulster Schools Track and Field event in Antrim Forum on Friday last. Both girls have now qualified for the All-Ireland schools in Tullamore on June 1st. This is a fantastic achievement and we wish the girls the very best of luck on June 1st.
Congratulations to all the students who took part in Hell and Back for Secondary schools on Wednesday 1st May. The girls travelled to Kilruddery Estate in Wicklow with their PE teachers Ms O'Leary, Miss Tavey and Miss Fleming to take part in the event. A great day was had by all.
The Board of Management St Louis Secondary School is happy to announce the appointment of Margaret Conlon as Principal from September 2019. Congratulations to her and we wish her every success in her new role.
On the 12th of April 2019, the transition year students of St Louis Secondary Monaghan as well as the eight teachers crazy enough to join them set off on a trip of a lifetime. Italy was the destination, but before anyone could take in this beautiful country, Dublin airport would be the first stop. The group made it to the airport with more than a few sleepy heads and took off for Milan Bergamo Airport at quarter past six that morning. After a flight that consisted of most students sleeping, the plane landed and the girls stepped onto Italian soil. They were then greeted by their lovely tour guides Elena and Francesa who would soon help the group to navigate around the different cities and to