Official launch of Thomond Community College by the Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan T.D.

The Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’Sullivan T.D. will officially launch the name, uniform, crest and mission statement of Thomond Community College tomorrow, Friday January 16th. Thomond Community College is the new second level school to be created from the amalgamation of Saelsians Secondary School, Fernbank and St. Nessan’s Community College. The school will come into existence on September 1st 2016 and will be based in the current St. Nessan’s Community College building.

The official launch will take place in St. Nessan’s Community College and to faciltate this all classes will end at 12:30pm.

Status Red Weather Warning – School closure

Met Eireann has released a Status Red Weather Warning for exposed coastal and mountain areas covering 7 counties including Limerick. In the light of the severity of the warning, the advice from the Department of Education and Skills and with the safety of all the school community in mind, the decision has been taken that St. Nessan’s Community College will be closed tomorrow. We apologise for the late notification and ask that you pass the information on to as many students, parents and other members of the school community with whom you are in contact.

LIT bursaries for former St. Nessan’s Community College students

Congratulations to 13 former students of St. Nessan’s Community College currently attending LIT who shared bursaries worth €143,000 donated by private companies. The bursaries were divided amongst 5 students who started their studies last year and 8 who started this year and are worth €11,000 to each student over the duration of their studies. The bursaries were donated by IPB Insurance who funded 10 of the students with the other three being funded by BHP Laboratories, Averian and Grant Thornton.

The article is taken from the “Limerick Chronicle”, Dec 9th 2014

Scholarship Article

1st Year Soccer Training

The 1st years at St.Nessan’s Community College being put through their paces with Barry Lynch from the Arsenal Double Double Club

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