As you may have heard, the school is running “Who wants to be a Thousandaire” night at the Castletroy Court Hotel on November 8th. This is a new fundraiser which is undertaken to allow us upgrade our facilities including the pitches, and to financially support the school musical.
The show will be a fantastic family night that is suitable for all ages. We are asking that you make this a night for your family to attend and enjoy with us. Family tickets (admit 4) are available for just €60. If you cannot make it a family night, we are asking that you would consider purchasing one €25 ticket to support our endeavours. All prize money won on the night goes to ticket purchasers regardless of who plays for them so you could still be a winner even if not attending.
Our fundraising target for the night is €40,000 which will require the sale of just under 200 tickets. We are very hopeful that you can get us there.
Tickets are on sale all week from the school office and can be bought at lunch time by students from our ticket sellers.
We would like to thank the Absolute Hotel for their generous sponsorship of our Harty Cup Hurlers for the coming two years. We’re delighted to be associated with such an enthusiastic and supportive local business.
The students of Castletroy College achieved unbelievable results at the All Ireland schools athletic finals in Tullamore on June 2nd .
First on track Sarah Hosey came a fantastic 4th in Junior 1,500 4:47.24 , next on track was Rachael Hosey who took 5th in Intermediate 1,500 , 4:57.34 a brave race from Rachel who was in the mix for a medal until the end
Ciara Neville competed the ultimate treble winning the senior girls 100m in 11.62 and the 200m in 23.79 , she then anchored the senior girls relay to victory , her final run for Castletroy college .
Finishing off their athletics careers in style the senior girls took gold in the 4x100m relay . Huge congrats to Chloe Tobin , Anna Burke , Annie Russell , Ciara Neville and coach Noelle Morrissey and Mr Reale .
Castletroy College put the icing on the cake and won the senior girls overall team trophy for second year in a row
Thank you girls for being amazing ambassadors for Castletroy College .
A hufe congratulations to Sean Fitzgerald, 5th year, who has been chosen on the team to represent Ireland at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), a prestigious international mathematics competition held this year in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, from 3 – 14 July 2018. This is an outstanding achievement, especially for a fifth year student.
Congratulations also, to James Chen (1st year) who won the recent regional final of the Irish Junior Maths Competition. James’ score in the final would place him as the 6th best First Year student in the whole country! Well done also to Myron Butler who came in second place.
James Chen with his trophy:
It’s TY Song competition time again! As part of their music option, this year’s TY students took part in two-day Songwriting & Music Technology workshops. Working in 6 separate groups, students wrote the music and lyrics of a song, and then recorded and arranged it. All 6 songs are now available to be listened to and enjoyed on-line here TY Soundcloud
To vote for your favourite song, just keep playing it and sharing through social media etc. Remember there are 6 songs so don’t forget to scroll down the page to hear them all. The song with the most plays will be this year’s TY Songs winner!
Lot’s of talented TY’ers this year!
Well done to everyone who took part and happy voting!”