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Holly Gilmour, Fifth Year, received the CEIST Award at the 2024 Ardscoil Mhuire Academic Awards Night, recognising her immense contribution to school life

Ardscoil Mhuire held its 2024 Academic Awards Night in The Strand Hotel on Tuesday, April 30

The 2024 Ardscoil Mhuire Academic Awards Night, bringing students, faculty, and families together for the celebration
First Year students Amelie Hopwood, Roisin O’Sullivan, Cliona Millea, Elyse Clancy, and Aimee Duggan are all smiles at the Ardscoil Mhuire Academic Awards Night

Arscoil Mhuire held its annual Academic Awards Night, bringing students, faculty, and families together for what was a celebration of academic achievement throughout the year.

This is always a special event for the Corbally-based school community due to what it represents; a joyous celebration of the hard work, passion, and dedication of its staff and students during the entire academic year. 

Nominations for classroom-based subjects were made based on numerous criteria, with hundreds of thrilled students being acknowledged for their talent, effort, enthusiasm, and contribution to the high-quality teaching and learning that occurs on a daily basis. 


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Other students were selected in recognition of their effect on the whole school community; be it through leadership, extra-curricular activities, or indeed kind and courteous personalities. The recipients of these special awards were those who were seen to have excelled.

This year’s event celebrated these various achievements and drew attention to ASM’s thriving and caring school community.

Fifth Year students Erin Carroll, Nicole Kiely, and Amy Long are all smiles at the Ardscoil Mhuire Academic Awards Night

Roisín Antonio, currently preparing hard for her Junior Cycle exams, was named as ‘The Kindest Most Courteous Student’; whilst Fifth Year’s Holly Gilmour received ‘The CEIST Award’, recognising her vast contribution to the life and culture of her school. 

A special award, for ‘International Sporting Achievement’, was presented to Second Year student Madison McGuane. Madison, already a stalwart of school sports, captained the Ireland Under 15s in this year’s Bob Docherty Cup. 

The management and staff of Ardscoil Mhuire extend their congratulations to all of the students nominated and offer a sincere thanks to their families for the amazing level of support throughout the past year.

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