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Class of 2021 in Errigal College achieve record points

ERRIGAL COLLEGE is celebrating success as the class of 2021 achieved a record points haul.
Since the leaving certificate results were released last week, the exam students of the Letterkenny school have been busy planning their next move.
A number of students called to the school on Monday morning to be congratulated in person by principal Mr McFadden, deputy principal Ms Markham and Year Head Ms Raine.
There was a palpable sense of excitement as a number of students called by to share their results with school management and to discuss their future plans for education and training.
Some of the students are hoping to proceed to university to study Psychology, Computer Animation and Computer Science.
With a number of students receiving over 500 points, principal Mr McFadden is delighted with this year’s results and congratulated students in what was a difficult year owing to Covid-19 restrictions.
Mr McFaddden said, “We have a number of students who did very well and received over 500 points.
“I am delighted for them and their families who have supported them in their pursuit of excellence.
“It hasn’t been an easy two years of schooling for our students but they rose to the challenge admirably and I want to once again extend my congratulations to the class of 2021.”

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