Our annual Christmas concert took place in St. Augustine Church on the 19th of December. It was a night of music, song and poetry with some Christmas carols sprinkled along the way. There was incredible talent on display and a great audience to witness it all. Donations on the night went to Croi the heart […]
Congratulations to our 5th year student Adithi Gowda who received a Gold medal and was the overall winner at the Junior Science Olympiad held in DCU last month. Participation in the Irish Junior Science Oylmpiad is by invitation only. The finalists are selected on the basis of their Junior Certificate Examination results. The State Examination […]
Trinity College Dublin will hold an entrance exhibition awards ceremony on the 23rd of November 2017. As a result of their outstanding Leaving Certificate results the following Yeats College class of 2016 pupils will receive an award on the night: Calum McGrath Hiba Awan Jennifer Moore Megan Glynn Michael Gilna Patrick Carton Toka Abdeldaim We […]
Connacht in FAI Schools U18 Boys’ Interprovincial Tournament Today (10th Nov) 64 of the top players in Irish schools line out for their respective provinces to compete in the U18 Boys’ Interprovincial tournament. We are delighted and proud to say we have 3 current students representing Connacht in the tournament. The Interprovincial series will be […]
In 2016, for the fourth year running Yeats College received outstanding success at SciFest. Yeats College student Thomas Hayes received the top award in the field of biomedical science. The title of Thomas’ project is The Alternative Heart Valve Design. The aim of his work is to design and develop heart valve prototypes that can […]
Our rugby team took on the boys from St. Endas on Wednesday 25th October. Both teams put in a spirited performance with Yeats College coming out on top. The final score was 55-15. Well done lads, we look forward to your next game! Below are some of the photos from the day.
Nicholas Sudarsky (5th year student) presenting his project in the European Parliament in Brussels as part of EUdojo. Nicholas (16) from Galway had full house for his presentation #EUdojo17 coding ninjas pic.twitter.com/6ioiADFFtO — Sean Kelly MEP (@SeanKellyMEP) October 17, 2017