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More students than ever excel in GCSEs at St Joseph’s High School

Ryan Bellew, Katie Murray, Laura McMahon, Amy McMahon, Aoife Shields and Fergus Bellew.

For the second week in a row the staff and pupils of St Joseph’s High School Crossmaglen are celebrating successful examination results.

Having congratulated Year 14 pupils the previous week on their A Level results, principal Mrs Millar acknowledged the commitment and dedication of teachers, pupils and parents who have worked together in partnership to ensure continued academic success at GCSE in the South Armagh school.

She said more students than ever before had excelled at GCSE, which was reflected in the increased number of applications to study A Levels at the school.

“Based on this latest set of results St Joseph’s is growing and flourishing, continuing to go from strength to strength to serve the needs of all the young people of South Armagh,” she added.

Lily Woods pictured with her mum

 

Ciara Hoey pictured with her mum

 

Kayleigh Ann McGeown pictured with her mum

 

Cailin Traynor pictured with her mum

 

Dylan Kilkenny and Fergus Bellew

 

Mr McCreesh and Aoife Quinn

 

Katie Brophy, Laura McMahon, Miss McCarron, Laura Reel and Amy McMahon

 

Eoin Campbell pictured with his mum

 

Ellen Garvey pictured with her mum

 

Mrs Quinn pictured with Eugene McEntee

 

Meabh Magee pictured with her mum

 

Holly McCann, Aoife Quinn and Shannon Conway

 

Mrs Bradley pictured with Katie Rowland

 

Grace Fitzpatrick and Ella Haughey pictured with their mums

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