Well done to the Student Council for successfully running the Christmas Gingerbread House-Making Competition this year! Four students from each tutor group competed to see who could build and decorate the best Gingerbread House – thanks to the Parents Association for judging and
Our first year students went on a bonding trip to Carlingford Skypark recently. They completed an aerial obstacle course and had a fun mastering the zip line. The students showed great support for one another and their sense of teamwork was noted by their teachers – the fun-fil
Transition year students Shauna, Christina, Ava and Aaron were invited by Foroige to sell their enterprise products at the RDS Christmas Craft Fair on Friday the 7th December. The students made bags that can expand when full and personalised bags for Christmas. The students were deli
Today was a momentous day for Grange Community College and for one of it’s students, Steven Dunne of fifth year. Steven and Patrick Bridgeman applied to become the school’s ambassadors for Internet Safety day held every year on 5th February. Steven was chosen to represent
TY students Ava, Tomasz, Damien, Ramy and Kevin represented Grange Community College in the bond trader competition run by Bank of Ireland. This took place on the 3rd December in Carlton Airport hotel and schools from all over north Dublin took part. Grange Community College were awar
Hard luck to the schools U16 footballers who played their hearts out in Parnell’s GAA grounds this Thursday afternoon. The lads from Grange CC faced-off in a blitz style competition against Ballbriggan CC and St. Joseph’s, CBS, Fairview and although beaten in both matches the boys sho
Congratulations to the boys U16 Basketball on qualifying for the Cup semi final with a very good win on Monday. They showed great team work, self discipline and skill and we wish them all the best of luck in their upcoming match.
Friday morning before midterm break, we took some time out of our normally hectic academic curriculum to mark and celebrate the successful transition of our first years to Grange Community College. It was also an opportunity to meet and involve the student’s parents in a little Hallow