The details of our Information Evening is as follows.
Date: Wednesday, September 11th, 2019
Time: 6.30 to 8.30pm
Our entire staff will be available on the evening for any queries.
All 4th class, 5th class and 6th class boys and their parents/guardians are welcome.
We look forward to welcoming you all there,
Everyone in Coláiste Chríost Rí took immense pride , as usual, in all our Leaving Cert 2019 students. The lads produced some outstanding results and two in particular stood out.
Here we see Aindrias O Liatháin ans Seaic O Conchúir , both of whom achieved over 600 points ( Aindrias with 625 and Jack with 613).
Like all of our students, these young men are a credit to their families and to their school.
We wish everyone well in their chosen college courses and careers in the years ahead.
Following the great success of the Coláiste Chríost Rí Maths team in winning the Cork Regional Final in January, the team now progress to the Senior All-Ireland Final. The Final takes place this coming Saturday , March 2nd , in NUI Maynooth with competition against a further twelve schools from across the country.
We wish the students , Mark A'Chnoic, Aindrias O Liatháin, Seaic O Conchúir and Maitiú O Coigligh , as well as their mentor Ms Susan O Conell every success on the day.
They are already champions and the entire school community are justifiably proud of them.
Once again the success of the Coláiste Chríost Rí Mathematics team is to be celebrated.
On Friday evening last, the team of Marc A'Chnoic , Aindrias O Liatháin, Seaic O Conchúir and Maitiú O Coigligh , under the expert guidance of Ms Susan O Connell, achieved First Place in the Cork Regional Final of the Senior Maths Competition , 2019.
The students, pictured here with Ms O Connell, emerged victorious in competition with twenty one other schools. from the city and county.
The boys will now represent the school in the All-Ireland Senior Maths Final in NUI Maynooth in March 2019.
This type of success requires talent, support and dedication and we thank the boys, their parents and especially Ms O Connell for the incredible work she has consistently put in over many years.
The entire school community is justifiably proud of all her achievements over the years and long may it continue.
On that note, we wish the students every success in Maynooth in March.