Alumni Newsletter 2021

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St Conleth’s Alumni of the month

Alumni of the month is a new series where former students of St. Conleth’s will be interviewed about their time at the school and their chosen career after. We hope that it will be an opportunity to learn from eachother and also explore the individual and shared memories of school days at St. Conleth’s. Our July alumnus is Ronan Murphy (Class of 1969). Ronan is a former banker and Grandad to current Junior School pupil Laoise!


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Summer Snippets

During that recent relatively welcome blast of global warming, while the rest of us were at the beach, dodging plagues …more

A Fond Farewell

With the last words scribbled into the Leaving Certificate answer booklets, and the sun shining on Ballsbridge and its environs, …more

A New, True Conlethian Legacy

The front steps of No. 28 Clyde Road have always been a favourite spot for the photographic capture of significant …more

A Different Class! X 2!

The St. Conleth’s College Graduating Classes of 2020 and 2021 will always be linked by their shared experience of the …more

Catherine Caught Them All!

It is never easy following older siblings into a school: teachers invariably make repeated, glowing references to the senior members …more

Doctors in the House!

Worried about post-Covid Ireland’s health and all those waiting lists that have trebled during the lockdowns? Don’t be! For two …more

Friends Reunited

Do you remember when people used to ‘visit’? As in people besides the ones whom you have seen every day …more

Peru: The Sequel!

Can it really be twenty years ago that Dr. Garrett Campbell, full-time Physics teacher and part-time adventurer, took a group …more

Greta Loves Mr. Gahan!

But then again, who doesn’t? Our swashbuckling, surfboarding, golden-maned young English teacher (and alumnus) is a credit both to both …more

Class of 2020: Full Zoom Ahead!

All this talk about a ‘lost generation’ of young people, whom have been irreparably marred by the Covid catatrophe and …more