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Leaving Cert High Achievers – Eimer Magee

As we look forward to meeting a new group of eager young girls tomorrow who are wondering whether St Louis Dundalk is the place for them, we are going to catch up with our Class of 2017. In the next week or so we will post some words of advice…
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Girls celebrate Junior Cert Success.

The students in St Louis celebrated their Junior Cert results on Wednesday last with their teachers and classmates. The girls were very pleased with results, with lots of them attaining the highest marks in Maths, Science and the Arts, as well…
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Opening Mass.

The weather held for us yesterday as we travelled to The Redeemer Church for our Opening Mass. Fr Brian led us in prayers for the new school year. The readings were sensitively chosen by the Religion Dept and the accompanying music was sweet…

Lunchtime Activites for First Years.

The transition from primary to secondary education is a difficult one. We are very aware of this and so St Louis strives to ensure every girl feels valued and accepted right from the start of her time here. As part of the welcome given, there…

Golf Academy goes from strength to strength in St Louis.

Golf Academy goes from strength to strength in St Louis. While others were relaxing in the summer sunshine the girls in the St Louis Golf Academy were honing their skills in Dundalk Golf Club with PGA Professional Leslie Walker. Over…
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First Years start their journey in St Louis

St Louis welcomed our new First Years today. The girls attended an Induction morning where they met Principal Michelle Dolan, Deputy Principal Olivia Sherry and their Year Head Mary Gilmore. The girls also met Dara Mee, head of the school's…
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St Louis girls celebrate their Leaving Cert results

While others were waiting at home anxiously for the 9.00 start to get their results many of the Louis girls had been in and were already gone at that stage. The school traditionally opens at 8.15 to give the girls their results.  “It was…
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Business students head for the National Finals

A group of second year students from St. Louis Secondary school will represent the entire Co. Louth at the National Student Enterprise Finals in Croke Park on the 3rd May. The product idea is a range of personalised family button pictures…