School Awards

Awards ceremony is an opportunity for the school to acknowledge students whose activities have represented the school in a positive way throughout the year.

Honourable mentions:
Students Name Activity
Jamie Kennedy North Tipperary U14 Hurling Team
Shane Gleeson & Kenneth Ryan North Tipperary I15 Team
AJ Willis & Charlie Ward North Tipperary U16 Team
Eric Gleeson World Champion in Dance
Cori Gleeson Munster Champion in Boxing
Jamie Kelly & Adam Brennan North Tipperary Kennedy Cup Team

Categories of Achievements:

Nenagh College Sport Awards

This award is presented to the students who are deemed to have made the biggest contribution to sports in the school this year. These students will have personified the values of team work, honest endeavour and have striven to do their best, at all times. This award will go to the students who have brought honour to the school and have represented the whole school community with pride.”

Junior Nominations:  Dorin Girlea, Joshua Delaney, Leanne Ryan, Ella Kenny, Samantha Flynn

Senior Nominations: Sam Kroupa, Tadhg Fogarty, Brian Naughton, Cliona Kennedy, Saoirse Shanahan, Shauna Rooney

Award Category Winners
Sports Junior Girl Leanne Ryan
Sports Junior Boy Dorin Girlea
Sports Senior Girl Cliona Kennedy
Sports Senior Boy Brian Naughton

 Arts / Music & Culture

“This award is presented to the students who have displayed a cultural awareness and an interest in music and the arts. These pupils have used their talents for the benefit of the school and others. They have achieved a high level of excellence in their chosen discipline and an awareness of the arts visual, perceptual and in performance.”

Nominations: Andrew Morelli, Natasha O Brien, Courtney Shanahan, Cailín Creamer, Callan Cottrell, Brian Grace, Calvin O Rourke

Award Category Winners
Arts /Music & Culture Winners Callan Cottrell

Cailín Creamer

 Social Awareness  Award

“This award is presented to the students who have displayed an awareness of those in society whose needs are perhaps greater than ours. This social awareness is evident in their charitable works and projects. The winners of this award have shown an understanding of issues local, national and global, and have displayed initiative in responding to these issues.”

Nominated: Nicole Byers Ryan, Saoirse Collins, Amy Righini, Tommy Galvin, Sorcha O Mahony, Edel Carey, Aggie Mulqueen, Evelina Lack, Sarah Slattery, William Meagher, Katie Whelan, Ahana Maharaj

Award Category Winners
Social Awareness Winners Ahana Maharaj

Sorcha O Mahony

Katie Whelan

 STEM Award 

“This award is presented to the students who have excelled throughout the year in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.”

Nominated: Evelina Lack, Tadgh Fogarty, Karen Robinson, Megan Armitage, Denis Rohan, Wojiciech Ostrowski, Owen Moriarity, Eoghan Tuttlebee, Samantha Flynn

Award Category Winners
STEM Award Winners Megan Armitage

Eoghan Tuttlebee

Outstanding Achievement / Spirit of Nenagh College Award

This award is presented to the student from years 1/2/3/5 who have worked to achieve their potential throughout the year. This award recognises students who have contributed to the life of the school whilst working towards this goal.

1st year nominations: Orlaith Quinn, Michelle Barry, Caitlin Hennessey, Gabriella Valkova, Ella McMahon, Biddy Harty, Sadbh Clancy.

2nd year nominations: Nicole Meaney, Michael Shoer, Jason Kinsella, Andrew Morelli, Laura Tojarska, Ava Deane, Amy O Rourke, Jennifer Ryan.

3rd year Nominations: Janina Kennedy, Thyra Bourke, Kieran O Connor, Eva Lawlor, Alanah Dunne.

5th year nominations: Catherine Kitson, Fiona Clarke, Ahana Maharaj, Rachel O Brien, William Meagher, Aidan Willis, Grace Aoussi, Saoitse Shanahan, Jake Byrne.

6th Year Nominations: Tadgh Fogarty, Kieran O Connor, Dorin Girlea, Denise Cullagh, Sarah Slattery, Agnes Mulqueen, Lauren Hogan, Jason Kinsella, Ahana Maharaj, Jonathan Noonan, Jennifer Shiels, Emma Carey. 

Award Category Winners
1st Year Winner Orla Quinn
2nd Year Winner Jason Kinsella
3rd Year Winner Alanah Dunne
5th Year Winner Rachel O’Brien
6th Year Winners Tadhg Fogarty & Agnes Mulqueen