HIGH achieving students at Naas CBS have been honoured, writes Paul O’Meara.
Alex O’Houlihan won the James Fanning Award for the best Leaving Certificate result in this year’s exams.
Stephen Keane took the Denis Dunning Award for the best all round student.
Other prizes went to Eoin Campbell for his construction studies project and to Garry Johnson and Luke Fitzgibbon for their achievements in sport on behalf of the school.
The presentations were made at a special ceremony in the school last week (October 1).
Awards for excellence went to Eoin Murray, Kevin Russell, Ryan Casey, Conor Craddock, Shane Gorman, John Foley, Luke Purcell, Eoghan Kiely, Jack Healy, Mohamed Elhadi, Rory Scanlon, Stephen Murphy, Tony Kenny, Jack O’Keeffe, Ben Duffy, Shane McHugh, Nicholas Kenny, Edward Davis, Eoin Phelan, Eoin Campbell, Joseph Conlon, Cormac Hennessy, Darren Kennedy, Cian Duignan, Conor Lavelle, Stephen Staines, Billy Martin, Eoin Brophy, David Lawlor, Luke Cassidy, Nicholas de Wergifosse, David Bolster, Keith Brady, Shane Brady, Cian O’Brien, Sean O’Callaghan.
Liam McManus bursary awards were presented to Luke Hilliard, Philip Cluxton-Corley, Glen McGarr and Darren McGlynn
- Paul O’Meara