St. Marys College offers a very high level of education boasting state of the art language and computer facilities. The school places a very high level of importance on academic pursuits, taking part in numerous projects to help the students to develop their level of skill at various academic programmes.
Science Quiz 2011
St. Mary’s Science Students got their defence of the All-Ireland title off to a fine start on Thursday 17th when they won the Galway ISTA Region quiz. They now progress to the All-Ireland final on Saturday November 26th. The team, pictured below with teacher Anthony Carey and Dee King of the Galway ISTA branch, is made up of LC students John Potter, Mour Badiane and Vladislav Korenblat
Congratulations to the St. Mary’s College team who won the All-Ireland Senior Science Quiz Competition at Trinity College Dublin over the weekend. Winning this prestigious competition is a fantastic occasion for the college, and the three team members Augustin Mangalam, Seán Donohue and Ahmed Hesham can be very proud of their achievements.
St. Mary’s College Galway,
All-Ireland ISTA PharmaChemical Senior Science Quiz Champions 2010.
From left, Augustin Mangalath (Highfield Park), Seán Donohue (Renmore), Ahmed Hesham (Shantalla), Mr. Anthony Carey (Science Teacher)
The State Examinations Commission (SEC) has identified John Potter and Mourtadha Badiane as high achievers in Mathematics and Science in the 2010 Junior Certificate Examination.
These students have been invited to take part in Irish Junior Science Olympiad. If they are successful in this Olympiad, they will go through to the EU Science Olympiad, which takes place in the Czech republic later in this academic year.
Congratulations to both lads.
Congratulations to fifth year student Mour Badiane who has been selected to represent Ireland in the forthcoming Junior Science Olympiad in Nigeria at the end of the month. Mour finished in the silver medal position at the trials held in Dublin over the mid-term break. Over 200 students from around the country were selecte to attend based on excellence in their Junior Certificate Science and Mathematics examinations, and from these a team of six from all over the country was selected to compete in the World Championship Olympiad. St. Marys other selected representative, John Potter, was unfortunately unable to attend this time, but will have a chance to try out for the European Olympiad in two weeks.