We had a fantastic day today celebrating the phenomenal Leaving Certificate results of the Yeats College class of 2023. Students were ecstatic as they received their long-awaited exam results and the atmosphere at the school was jubilant and busy, a welcome return to pre-Covid times.
Results this year were amazing, with thirteen students achieving the maximum score of 625 points. Two students, Kaelan Geng and Ciara Moriarty, achieved an outstanding 8 H1s each.
This year, 56% of students achieved 500 points or higher. A magnificent 17% scored over 600 points, which is an amazing achievement.
One delighted student was Caoimhe O’Malley from Bushypark who scored the maximum 625 points. She now intends to study Medicine at University of Galway. Clarinbridge student Juliet Gallagher was also overjoyed with her results, having also achieved 625 points. Juliet completed the two-year programme at Yeats College and thanked the teachers for helping her to achieve a place on her first choice CAO course, Economics and Finance at UCD.
Principal and Founder of Yeats College, Terry Fahy says “We are so proud and thrilled with our students’ phenomenal results today. The class of 2023 did themselves proud and all their hard work and dedication has paid off. We wish each one of our students every success in their future endeavours.”
Principal of Yeats College Waterford Eva Gallagher says “Results were truly fantastic this year and we wish our students sincere congratulations on this momentous day. We are genuinely delighted for them and they should feel very proud of all they have achieved.”