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U16 Girls GAA v Coláiste Ailigh

U16 GAA CCS

U16 Girls GAA v Coláiste Ailigh photo album

The U16 girls took on a strong, attacking side in Coláiste Ailigh on Tuesday, 23rd November. Both teams had difficulties on a sodden pitch. Ailigh ran out winners in the end, although the CCS ladies put in a good performance. That wraps things up for the U16s. The Management would like to thank all the girls for their dedication to both training and matches since September.

Mock Trial Team Commended as Daniel Wins Top Lawyer

CCS on Trial Daniel McCormickCCS put in a brave shift at the Empire Mock Trial World Championships in New York; the team received several commendations from the judges. While we await the return of the team and the full rundown, we can confirm that Daniel McCormick scooped the Top Lawyer award...in the world! Not a bad day's work. We'd like to extend our admiration and congratulations to all the pupils, teachers, families and fundraisers who brought the whole thing together. The 2017 team have set the standard.

More to follow...

Weekly Maths Puzzle - Puzzle 4 (Sponsored by Banba!)

BanbaHave a go at the following puzzle to win yourself a voucher for a hot chocolate and a tray bake in the delicious Café Banba!! Answers (including name and class) to be posted in the answer box at the Coffee Dock.

Mr Doherty was exactly 5 years older than his wife and they had two children, who were twins and went to Carndonagh Community School. One evening, one of the twins (who had just been given a calculator) announced that if you multiplied together the parents' ages, and then added together the twins' ages, and divided one result by another, the answer was 57 exactly.

How old was Mr Doherty?

Good luck!!

Through the Corridors of Time - The Chronicles of CCS

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Fill in the form below and become part of our Chronicle, charting 45 years of Carndonagh Community School.

Carndonagh Community School opened on 1st August 1973. In 2018 we will be commemorating and celebrating 45 years of the school. To mark the event, we hope to bring together the recollections and reminiscences of as many of our past pupils (and staff) as possible, with a view to compiling a chronicle of memories. Our aim is to have contributions from every year – 1973-2018. We have past pupils all over Ireland and all over the world, and also a great many who stayed in Inishowen. Everyone has their story and we want to hear it. If you left after a year to go to a factory, building site or farm, or went on to become a doctor, TD or barrister, your story is valuable to us. There are several ways to contact us (besides filling in the form below)…

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Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/memoriesccs

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/memoriesccs

Using the form below, we're asking people to contribute their memories of CCS, and also offer some details of life after CCS. Any relevant photographs (then and now) would be greatly appreciated. Get in touch, stay in touch and inform your friends as we journey through fact, myth and nostalgia...

To jog your memory, have a look at the pdfInis Dúinn 30th Anniversary Magazine. You're in there...somewhere!

If you want a hard copy of this form, please call 074 9374260 with your request and we will post it out.


Personal Information

Abiding memories of Carndonagh Community School

Sports Teams; Choirs; Trips & Tours; Concerts; Musicals; Fifth Year Functions / Formals; Ski Trip; Public Speaking Teams; Bomb Scares; Gas Leaks; Other...

Or maybe your memory has faded a little over the years...Here are a few suggestions that might help jog some recollections:

First Day memories
Last Day memories
Funniest memory
Funniest thing said / Memorable quotes
Greatest character you met
A standout talent
A school function you attended
Any classroom that you really remember being in 
The best advice you were given in CCS
Notable people who visited the school
The bus journey to/from school
Ceilis in the Atlantic or the Lilac

Life since leaving Carndonagh Community School

We are interested in what people have done since leaving school. We would like our Chronicle to reflect the great variety of stories that our past pupils have to tell - from the ordinary, to the extraordinary, to the bizarre, and everything in between.

One past pupil has told us of his journey from Leaving Cert Applied to running his own business; another has recounted her work in Wormwood Scrubs Prison; yet another has described his experiences on an aid convoy to Palestine that was impounded by the Israelis. EVERYONE has a story to tell. Please tell us yours…

Can we contact you for further details? If so, please provide:

Can we contact you for further details? If so, please provide:

A few snaps...

We always appreciate a few photos (then and now). For convenience, use the photo upload facility below. (You can attach up to four photos on this form.)


The Maths Tutor Visits CCS

The Maths Tutor

Carndonagh Community School exam-year students have a new resource to help them to master maths and prepare for their exams. The school has invested in a licence for TheMathsTutor.ie, Ireland’s leading online support system for post-primary maths students. And it is very fitting that CCS students should benefit from this system, as its creator, Eamonn Toland, is himself a past pupil of the school...

Read full article at Donegal Now