St. Brendan’s College has an energetic, expert staff, focused on the provision of a holistic education for all of our students. We enjoy a rich educational heritage, we are housed in an exceptional building, excellently formatted to ensure progressive facilities for a 21st century education. Under the Major Capital Works Programme, we are now planning a €20 million re imagination of these buildings.
We offer a broad curriculum, beginning with a first year taster programme, the Junior Certificate and a breadth of Senior Cycle programmes including Transition Year, Traditional Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate…
At St. Brendan’s we offer comprehensive student centred Junior and Senior Cycle programmes – with a choice of....
Our school is synonymous with the provision of a breadth of sports and extra activities. Every lunch time...
Brussels 📍✅ … See MoreSee Less
Trip to Germany 23 🔴⚪️ … See MoreSee Less
World Down Syndrome Day
Staff and students in St. Brendan’s College came together in support of World Down Syndrome Day, today.
On WDSD, people with Down syndrome have a chance to be heard. This is because on this day the whole of the global Down syndrome community speak up together, and together we are much louder! Thanks to all the boys and staff members who “rocked their socks” in a visual show of support to the Down Syndrome community. Thanks also to those who contributed to our Staff Coffee break collection. A total of €320 was collected and will be donated to Down Syndrome Kerry Donations can be made through the following link:
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Well done to our YSI members who took part in the YSI Speak Out last week in the Lime Tree Theatre. The results are to be announced on April 17th and the finals will take place in Croke Park on May 2nd. Our project aims to tackle the issue of exclusion due to physical disabilities. We are working to promote an inclusive environment for all and remove blind ignorance from society. We hope to take an important step towards the creation of a world which accommodates all the people who live on it. … See MoreSee Less
Today some of our Ty students travelled to Neptune stadium in Cork. They competed in their first TY Wheelchair Basketball Regional Championships!
They made it to the finals and played a very talented team from Coláiste Pobail Bantry.
The lads raised €1200 in the process, which will go to the IWA. A great day was had by all! … See MoreSee Less
Well done to our 17 students who competed in the Munster Indoor Schools Track and Field Championships in Nenagh yesterday, Wednesday, 8th March, 2023.
We had students competing in the 60m sprint, 600m/1000m, long jump, shot putt and relay events. Every student competed to the best of their ability and did our school very proud.
Jack Culloty ran strongly to claim silver in the Minor boys 600m race.
Isaac Vickers put in an excellent performance to win silver in the Junior boys 600m race.
Our Minor boys were crowned Munster Champions in the 4x200m relay.
The team members included Jack Culloty, Kiernan Kelly, Tobias Iheme, Rafsan Bhuiyan and Shane Tomlinson (reserve).
This competition was a great stepping stone for students as we look forward to the Kerry County Track and Field Championships which will be taking place in April. … See MoreSee Less
Our chess club participated in a chess blitz at Mercy Mounthawk on Tuesday last 7th March, 2023.
12 participants were chosen from the lunch time chess club (Room 411). Each young man represented the school to the highest level.
Congratulations in particular to Aaron Padrillon, who reached the semi-finals. … See MoreSee Less
Great day out for Second Year music students at Killarney Musical Society INEC 🎼🎹 … See MoreSee Less
Heartbreak for our senior footballers and their mentors today when, despite a really brave performance, they came up short against Summerhill of Sligo. Harsh lessons for young men, life isn’t alway fair and the best team doesn’t always win, and while the disappointment is hitting hard right now, in time there is no doubt they will look back on some great moments they shared and real friendships formed. These lads have been great ambassadors for our school and we are very proud of all they have achieved, the commitment they have shown and the manner in which they have represented St. Brendan’s all year. We congratulate Summerhill College Sligo on their win and wish them all the best in the final when they face Omagh CBS. … See MoreSee Less
On the anniversary the Russian invasion of Ukraine 5th year student, Vladyslav Tarasenko, this morning addressed the whole school. As a school we wish to acknowledge the new layers our 27 Ukrainian boys have added to our school. The following is the text of his speech…. … See MoreSee Less
TG4 link for match
For those who are unable to make it to Tuam tomorrow, the semi final will be broadcast on TG4 Beo
Please click on the link
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Hogan Cup Semi Final – St. Brendan’s -v- Summerhill College Sligo
Tomorrow, (Saturday, 25th February) St Brendan’s take on Summerhill College, Sligo in the Hogan Cup Semi Final in Tuam at 12:30 p.m.
Ticket only – to purchase your ticket please click on the following link
We wish the players, panel and backup managing staff every success as they endeavour to return us to the Hogan Final for the second year in succession.
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Another lovely pic from Saturday’s great victory over Rochestown College. Dan Dwyer, pictured below, won a Corn Uí Mhuirí medal with St. Brendan’s College 60 years ago, we were honoured to have him among our supporters on Saturday … See MoreSee Less
Some more pics from a special day for a great group of young men. … See MoreSee Less
Try find a happier man in Killarney tonight…. … See MoreSee Less
St Brendan’s Music Dept at last night’s Marty Party showing full confidence in our Senior Footballers before today’s Corn Uí Mhuirí final! … See MoreSee Less
St Brendan’s Killarney triumph in Munster … See MoreSee Less
St Brendan's Killarney triumph in MunsterCorn Uí Mhuirí final St Brendan’s College, Killarney 1-12 St Francis College, Rochestown 1-4 By Stephen Barry at Mallow John Kelleher and Luke Crowley fired record winners St Brendan’s College, …
What a day for our Senior Footballers and their management team! 24th Corn Uí Mhuirí title for St.Brendan’s! Huge congrats to all involved, hard work and dedication has paid off, Sem Abú … See MoreSee Less
TY Green-Schools out making the most of the Spring morning litter picking … See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to the TY drama group for qualifying for the Grand Finals of the Transition Year Drama Festival taking place in the Everyman Theatre in Cork on the 21st March. … See MoreSee Less
We pride ourselves on a vibrant cultural life. Central to our cultural activities is our school choir and school music...