Trophy time for St Louis Seniors

The academic and sporting achievements of senior students at St Louis Grammar were recognised and rewarded last week at the school’s senior prize distribution.

Principal Sean Rafferty, welcomed a large crowd of parents, friends and students to the annual event which is always a special occasion at St Louis.

A selection of pupils who received 9A*/A grades at GCSE, from left: Keelan Faith, Matthew Dempsey, Caoimhe Conlon, Eoin Campbell and Aoibhin Agnew.

A selection of pupils who received 9A*/A grades at GCSE, from left: Keelan Faith, Matthew Dempsey, Caoimhe Conlon, Eoin Campbell and Aoibhin Agnew.

Prize-giving offers the chance to reflect on the highlights of the year and also to look forward to new opportunities and adventures awaiting all the students - especially those who are about to embark on the next phase of their lives.

Mr Rafferty paid tribute to the recent outstanding results which, yet again, places St Louis Grammar in the top cohort of schools in Northern Ireland.

Prizes were given for overall achievement, as well as for excellence in specific subjects.