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St Joseph’s donate to Drogheda Women’s Refuge

A big thank you to all the students and their families who donated so generously to our annual appeal for the Drogheda Women’s Refuge. In addition to your wonderful contributions of non-perishable foodstuffs, toiletries, toys and clothing, €460 was raised by the 6th year coffee morning & raffle and fundraisers in Ms. Flood’s 2nd, 3rd & 5th year classes. €250…

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Rugby Update

Rugby Update : Our juniors won against Malahide CS in the final game of the pool 56 – 25 Try scorers were Joe Agbeyomi 2 tries Alex Hanratty 2 tries Paddy McGeary try Stan Goodwin 3 try “hatrick” Ryan Delaney Cons by Tadhg Martin and Ben Savage The Juniors are proving their strength in depth with a comprehensive defeat of…

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St. Joseph’s win at Bloom

St. Joseph’s Secondary School won the top prize, the Certificate of Distinction, in the postcard garden category on the opening day at the Bloom Festival in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. Entitled “Drogheda on the Boyne” the garden is a portrayal of a bright vibrant town where the image of yesterday is very different to the one of today. It was…

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St. Josephs goes to Bloom

St. Josephs Secondary school is proud to announce, that it has an entry accepted for the Bloom festival in Dublin. Entitled “Drogheda on the Boyne” and designed by LCA student Thomas Finnegan, it will compete in the Postcard Garden competition. Thomas’s design was selected from thousands of entrants and features well known historical landmarks in Drogheda: the Viaduct, Millmount and…

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Musical Celebration of Modern Drogheda

On Friday next 10th February in the St. Peter’s Church of Ireland Hall, Peter St, Drogheda at 7pm the Drogheda Civic Trust in conjunction with Irish Public Bodies Insurance Community Engagement Fund present the pupils of Sacred Heart School, and St. Joseph’s CBS, in an evening celebration of their musical cultural heritage. The concert will involve students from both schools…

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National Ploughing Championships 2016

On Thursday 22nd September, 5th and 6th year Agricultural Science students, along with teachers Mr. McDonagh and Ms. McManus travelled to Screggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly to the National Ploughing Championships. It was another year of record breaking attendances for the championships, with 283,000 people in attendance over the three days. The students visited the many exhibitors present on the day…

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Philipe Saint André joins students at training camp

Philipe Saint André recently joined students from St Josephs at a pre Alps training day at The Curragh. Saint André is a former rugby union footballer who earned 69 test caps for France. After retiring, Saint-André found success as a rugby coach in both England and France. He was serving as director of rugby at Toulon before being announced as…

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