PHOTO GALLERY: Piper's Hill College awards night in Naas
Celebrating students' achievements
Leinster Leader reporter
27 Sept 2018
Orla and Ava Wallace present the Ben Wallace Inspirational Student Award 2017 / 18 to Paul Delaney, with Principal, Colm O’Connor, at Pipers Hill College, Naas, Awards Presentation Night
Principal, Pipers Hill College, Colm O’Connor, presents Sebastian Chejniak with the Leaving Cert 2018 Academic Achievement Award
Deputy Principal, Pipers Hill College, Caroline Herrity, presents Paul Delaney with the Leaving Cert Applied Programme 2018 Academic Achievement Award
Principal, Pipers Hill College, Colm O’Connor, presents Kaitlyn Miley with the Junior Certificate 2018 Academic Achievement Award
Pipers Hill College Engineering Award for Outstanding Projects, Nicollas S.M. Borges with Dave Cahill
Pipers Hill College Student of the Year Awards 2017 / 18; 5th Year, Emily Quinn; 5th year Leaving Cert Applied Programme, Siofra Mernagh
Pipers Hill College Student of the Year Awards 2017 / 18; 1st Year, Julieta Garcia Dussan; 2nd Year Katie O’Connor; 3rd Year, Sadie Byrne
Teacher, Michael Foley, presents the Junior Girl Sports Award 2017 / 18 to Kaitlyn Miley
Teacher, Michael Foley, presents the Junior Boys Sports Award 2017 / 18 to Daniel Kane
Teacher, Michael Foley, presents the Senior Girl Sports Award 2017 / 18 to Lauren Walsh
Photographer Tony Keane went along to the Pipers Hill College, Naas, Awards Presentation Night in Naas last night. Well done to all the award winners.
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