ST AIDAN’S High School in Derrylin is to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a special Mass and reception this weekend, marking half a century of the school being at the heart of the community. The school has already been celebrating the half-century milestone since before Christmas, with its phenomenal musical ‘Annie’ attracting crowds from across […]
“I had a fantastic time at South West College, there wasn’t a module I didn’t enjoy.”
“He was a hardworking , dedicated and caring priest who always put their good before his own.He will be fondly remembered by all who knew him.”
THE BARBARIC attack on Quinn director Kevin Lunney was poignantly brought to the fore of proceedings at St Aidan’s High School’s prize night on Thursday night last. Speaking from the stage principal Pat McTaggart said, “We in St Aidan’s and indeed the wider community need people of the calibre of Kevin Lunney.” Mr McTaggart is […]
ST KEVIN’S College in Lisnaskea is celebrating academic success after ranking second overall in the North in a recently published league table. The bumper GCSE results come one year after St Kevin’s opened its doors following the amalgamation of St Comhghall’s College, Lisnaskea and St Eugene’s College Roslea. Commenting, school principal Gary Kelly said, “It’s […]
THAT the new natural gasline coming across the length of Fermanagh and Tyrone is terminating in Derrylin is a clear indication that the south Fermanagh town and its surrounding area will be a major place of industry and employment for years to come. The area has of course suffered serious setbacks – in recent years […]
41 first years have enrolled to begin next chapter in their education.
Proposals to amalgamate secondary schools in Derrylin, Roslea and Lisnaskea branded as ‘destructive’ by local councillor
The future of both St Aidan’s High School, Derrylin and St Comhghall’s College Lisnaskea is secure, for now at least.