MAJOR CAPITAL development work at St Michael’s College in Enniskillen is expected to cost £2million when completed.
School leavers across the county are celebrating after receiving their A-level results
A goal two minutes into added on time sent St Michael’s spinning out of the MacRory Cup in a finely poised quarter final tie played at Clones on Sunday.
Ruairi Maguire leads clean sweep of senior boys medals for St Michael’s College who won four of the five boys team gold medals in the Ulster ‘E’ District Schools Cross Country Championships at Necarne Estate, Irvinestown.
St Michael’s have shaped up as one of the stronger MacRory sides this season, the team performing steadily in the league section of the competition and easily qualifying for the knock out quarter final stage.
St Michael’s preparation for their upcoming MacRory Cup quarter final with St Patrick’s Cavan in mid February is now in full swing.
Two of Fermanagh’s grammar schools are taking a significant number of first year students with the lowest grades in post-primary transfer tests.
The St Michael’s College Carol Service has become an integral part of the build up to Christmas in our parish. This year’s event takes place in St Michael’s Church on Wednesday, 18th December at 8pm.
St Michael’s have mixed fortunes in their first season run out
FOUR Enniskillen schools are set to reap the benefits of a £106m investment in education announced by Education Minister John O’Dowd last week.