The French club will be a fun way for Scoil Dara students to learn a little more about the French culture through songs, games, movie clips, social media and much more. It will also give students a chance to share their knowledge of the French culture and practice their French language skills.
Congratulations and best wishes to 1997 Leaving Certificate student Fiona Smyth who is off to Havard University in USA on a post doctoral scholarship. Fiona qualified as an architect and obtained her PhD in 2012.
RTE 1 Television news carried a news item on Sunday 5th April 15 outlining how Scoil Dara past pupil Donal Noonan (from Kilcock, 2001 Leaving Certificate student) has formed a choir in Atlanta for homeless persons. This choir has received widespread publicity across the USA and has now been replicated in a number of US cities. Congratulations Donal and best wishes with all your work.
"Buy A Brick", the fundraising initiative to build new sports changing rooms, has been launched. The support of parents, past pupils and current pupils will be greatly appreciated in helping us reach our target of €100,000 before 31 Jan 2015. To date there are 265 bricks sold. Thanks.
A recent analysis of 2014 Leaving Certificate students in Ireland published in national newspapers shows that 86% of Scoil Dara's 2014 Leaving Certificate class have gone to third level education.
Parent Nominees: David Langley, Carol McNally
Teacher Nominees: Thersa Tighe, Adrian Guinan
Trustee Nominees: Padraig Byrne, Edith Nsubuga, Sr. Dominica Murphy, David Powderly
Scoil Dara now offers an easy to use online payment facility.
To make a payment simply click on the Easy Payment icon and select your payment typ
Parents are encourage to login to our ePortal facility to access student information including exam results. You can access the system by clicking the ePortal link on the top right hand corner of our website which will be available at all times throughout the website or alternatively click the ePortal logo below.