Yes, there was grade inflation across the nation but, as usual, St. Conleth’s ‘turned it up to 11’ and we were like the Weimar Republic of average school points increases! No, not everyone received the perfect ‘625’, but Evan, Emily, Caraiosa, Ignacio, Louis… and maybe more… hit that magic number and there were several hot on their heels! But, as we always say, and believe, it is not the points but the people that matter most. and the fact that so many of the Class of 2022 decided to trek into school (when they could have just remotely clicked a key) and share the moment with their classmates and their teachers is a testament to the closeness of the St. Conleth’s community. Particularly significant for St. Conleth’s history and tradition is that the Class of 2022 was the first graduating class that had been co-educational since First Year. Vice Captain Hannah O’Sullivan and all the other girls, we especially salute you! One such very recent alumna, Caraiosa O’Farrell, featured in an Irish Times article. Well done to all the class. We are very proud of you and look forward to future visits and news of further success!