St Louis Grammar School
Ballymena
Promoting Excellence, Endeavour and Empowerment

News

Daniella Timperley in Year 13 has gained much attention from the press since she received a much sought after invitation to the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as a result of her tireless charity work. Her reaction to this exciting news has been featured on ‘Cosmopolitan’ Website and ‘The Ryan Tubridy Show’. ...

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Following the success of their Christmas draw, the Lower Sixth students involved in the 2017/18 Gold President’s Award held two Easter fundraisers.  On Wednesday 28th March, they held a Crepe and Bun Sale in Room 12.  Thanks to Mr Quinn and his assistants for making the tasty crepes and to all the students who helped out on the day.   The students also donated items fo...

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Eabha Lynn and Catriona McCrory semi-finalists in the Northern Ireland Schools' Debating Competition pictured in Council Chambers, Mossley Hill Civic Centre, with other competitors and Paul Hamill, Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey. ...

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  Daniella Timperley, a Year 13 student at St Louis Grammar, has been named as Ireland’s Top Youth Volunteer at the Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards in Dublin on Thursday 22nd March.   Twenty outstanding young people were recognised from across the island of Ireland for the exemplary volunteer work carried out in their local communities. Daniella went on to w...

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St. Louis Irish Traditional Music Group, led by Mr Convery, were delighted to have been invited to Castletower School, Ballymena, on 12th March 2018, to play at their special St. Patrick’s Day Assembly. Our talented musicians played several sets of tunes of various types ranging from slow airs to jigs and reels for the special assembly. The Castletower pupils and staff...

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As a school community, we were absolutely delighted with our academic outcomes last year.  With such a large and vibrant Sixth Form it is always a cause for celebration when so many students can have the opportunity to achieve so highly at ‘A’ Level stage 96.5% A* - C / 88% A* - B grades.  These are simply phenomenal outcomes and richly deserved.  In the competi...

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Book Fair 2018

5 Mar 2018

Scholastic Book Fair is a wonderful reading event held in St. Louis library on an annual basis for everyone to enjoy and to develop a life-long love of reading. The Book Fair has over 200 top children's titles from over fifty publishers, carefully chosen to reflect all tastes and abilities. With books starting from only £2.99 plus exclusive titles that you won't see in the shops or at any...

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To mark this special day, St.Louis pupils have been engaged in a range of activities. All Year 8 pupils have been working to produce their own presentation on their ‘Book Idol’. Today, a winner from each class was announced and those pupils shared their presentations with the rest of their year group. The winners were:Maria Gately (8 Laragh); Connor McAleese (8 Lurig); Orlaith M...

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This year, 2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, and with it, the end of Troubles. Two decades have come and gone, and a new generation of young people have arrived – but many lack awareness of the tragedy and bitterness that came as a result of the Troubles. On Wednesday, St Louis Grammar School hosted the Truth and Reconciliation Platform, which had four spe...

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Trip to Romania

27 Feb 2018

Thirty six Lower Sixth St Louis spent an enjoyable and rewarding week in the Brasov area over the mid-term break as part of the Friends for Romania winter trip.    As usual, our students deserve tremendous credit for their fundraising and commitment to the trip since September.  An incredible amount of money was raised once again which is used to purchase essential items f...

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