One of the best occasions in the school year takes place tomorrow evening - Wednesday, September 13th.
Its time for the Information Evening or Open Night and the school will be open for all visitors between 7.00pm and 9.00pm
Everyone is welcome to see the school and all departments will be open with all the teachers in attendance.
Fáilte roimh chách!!!
The Information Evening for prospective students in the school will take place on Wednesday 13th of September beginning at 7.00pm until 9.00 pm.
All boys in the current senior classes in primary school are welcome.
All departments in the school will be open and teachers will be present to answer any questions that you may have.
The Principal and some selected speakers will address the prospective parents and students at the end of the evening.
We would be delighted to see you in Colásite Chríost Rí on that evening.
Fáilte roimh chách
The first day in secondary school is a huge day in anyone's life and is a special occasion. So today, we welcomed a new group of First Year students. They were all nervous to come to a new school having spent many years in their primary schools.
There was no need to worry and they did not take very long to settle in. So, in wishing each and every one of them the best for their time in Coláiste Chríost Rí and the future, we thank their parents and their primary schools. No doubt, these boys will go on to great things.
Just a simple bit of homework for all the lads concerned.....see if you can find yourself in the photograph here, All the best and welcome to Coláiste Chríost Rí. Its a privelege to welcome you all.
Pictured is the Principal, Mr Micheál O Ciardha welcoming some of the new boys to the school this morning.
The first day in secondary school is always an emotional day, with both parents and students having great expectations for the future.
In August, we will welcome a new group of First Years but it's also important to acknowledge the last day in school for the students.
So, today, we snapped a few of the lads on their final moments in the school following the last exam in Leaving Cert.
After six years in the school, the exams are over and its now a case of 'que sera, sera!!'
We thank the lads, and their parents, for being a great group and we wish them every success in the future.
Well done to all.
There was a time when students came to school by bicycle or car.
Here we see Sean Kiely , from Ballyfeard, breaking new ground.
It brings a whole new meanig to 4x4!!!!