The KH Class of 2022 had wonderful end-of-year celebrations as their time with us drew to a close. Our traditional Valedictory Service and Dinner was once again held, and students, parents, and staff were overjoyed to be able to spend...
The Wilson Wright Hall was buzzing for the return of the Form 5 Careers Evening hosted by the King’s Hospital Parents Association in collaboration with the Careers Team. The volunteers were very impressed with the students’ questions with one commenting...
Considering COP26 in November 2021, students from the Kings Hospital School took part in a debating forum “Model UN Climate Change”. The purpose of the event was to engage future young leaders with some of the major issues discussed at...
Rage and Regret - The Story of a Bridge by Karlo Koblenz - TY student from Germany 🇩🇪. As part of Druid’s Community and education programme students from around the country watched Sonya Kelly’s ‘Once Upon a Bridge’ and wrote...
The Performing Arts Department announced this year's musical back in February 2022. Auditions took place and the cast and crew were set and ready for ‘hard work’ in rehearsal the get FAME The Musical to the stage in April. It...
Court is in session! Our TY students who took part in a mock trial as part of their legal studies module were in court this morning. Every week, Form 4 students have a module called Enterprise, from which they can...
CONGRATULATIONS to Anna Doyle, Ava Winston, Eimear Kane, Ruby Lyons, and Temiloluwa Bello, pictured here with Dr. Colm O'Reilly CTYI, receiving their certificates on completion of the CTYI Early University Programme in TY. Also to Tommy Kennedy and Daniel Borton...
We were so pleased to welcome the regional coordinator of SciFest; Dr Brian Murray, TU Dublin-Tallaght, to present our students with their SciFest awards alongside Headmaster Mark Ronan, and teachers Maura Quinn and Ciaran O’Connor. Maura will now go on...
Performing Arts are all about self-expression, exploring alternative options and embracing individuality and our students certainly did all that this year. Our future stars of the stage demonstrated that nothing is impossible when you have the tenacity and passion to...
This year we had some of our best moments in sports. To celebrate, we wanted to share some of our favourite ones with you. Kicking off a great sporting year sees Ireland beat Zimbabwe in the U19 World Cup held...
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