It was a great morning of celebration as Mr Warnock spoke of his pride with the results that pupils achieved in the 2022 A–Level and AS examinations.
‘I am very proud of the impressive results achieved by our pupils today, especially this cohort of pupils who had not experienced formal examinations in the last two years. It has been a very challenging time for our young people since March 2020 and preparing for this set of examinations has brought much anxiety for all concerned.
Taking all of this into consideration I applaud the students on the high grades they have received today, the parents for their on–going support and encouragement and to the dedicated teachers, both here in the college and those involved in collaborative settings who have enabled the achievement of full potential at A2 and AS level. It is great that the endeavour of our students has resulted in so many getting their first choice at third level whilst others are pursuing degree and high level apprenticeships on completion of their second level education.’
Top achievers at A–Level were: Colleen Kelly, Conor McGarrity, Eoin Conway, Caitlin Gormley, Blaithnaid Kerr, Alanagh McCallan, Clodagh McMenemy, David Morris, Lorcan McGarrity, Caolan Donnelly, Aimee Conlon, Finbar Corcoran, Cliodhna Grimes, Pauriac McDonnell, Shauna McGurk, Leah McIvor, Shona McKenna, Kerry McNamee Niamh Tracey and Caolan Mullin.
Mr. Warnock continued to say that the impressive results again at AS Level provided a very solid foundation for the students who would now be entering Year 14 in September. The top achievers at this level were: Micheal Clarke, Molly Clarke, Patrick McMahon, Aoibhe Curran, Aoibhinn Daly, Katie McElholm, Eoin McGlinchey, Ciaran Morris, Darragh Mullan, Cara O’Neill, Jack Kelly, Rionach McCallan, Kerrie McLaughlin, Michael Rafferty and Ciatai Warnock.