Adamstown Community College News
 
     

Refund of Examination Fees

By Aidan on 04/06/2020
With reference to the announcements made by the Minister for Education and Skills, Mr. Joe Mc Hugh T.D., on Friday 10th April and Friday 8th May regarding the postponement and the revised arrangements of the Junior Cycle and Leaving Certificate examinations.  As a result of these decisions I wish to confirm that the State Examinations Commission (SEC) is refunding all candidates who have paid their examination fee for 2020.

Refunds were processed on May 26th for all candidates that paid the examination fee online. Refunds will go back to the card/account which was used to pay the fee. The process can take up to 7 days to process.

If candidates have not received the refund by June 10th , they should email us at fees@examinations.ie with their exam number.  


Principal, Adamstown Community College

Portal for LC 2020 Students

By Aidan on 28/05/2020
All Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied students must register on the Calculated Grade Student Portal which will open at 10 am on 26th May 2020 and close at 10 pm on Thursday 28th May 2020.

 

For guidance click here.

Access the Calculated Grades Student Portal here


The following documents contain additional information:

Guide to Calculated Grades for Students

Guide to Calculated Grades for Parents/Guardians



School Awards

By Aidan on 28/05/2020

It is that time of year when we acknowledge students that have made significant contributions to our school community.  


Student of the Year is awarded to the student who has


  • Consistently worked for and striven for academic excellence.

  • Shown a commitment to all their subjects and engaged positively with the teaching and learning environment.

  • Demonstrated outstanding academic performance commensurate with their ability.  

  • Has an unblemished school record .


Spirit of the College is awarded to the student who has

 

  • Has worked and engaged in college life to the best of their abilities.

  • Shown compassion and empathy to others

  • Upheld Adamstown Community Colleges core values of respect and value for everyone.

 

To find out which students have won these awards, click here



It is that time of year when we acknowledge students that have made significant contributions to our school community.  


Student of the Year is awarded to the student who has


  • Consistently worked for and striven for academic excellence.

  • Shown a commitment to all their subjects and engaged positively with the teaching and learning environment.

  • Demonstrated outstanding academic performance commensurate with their ability.  

  • Has an unblemished school record .


Spirit of the College is awarded to the student who has

 

  • Has worked and engaged in college life to the best of their abilities.

  • Shown compassion and empathy to others

  • Upheld Adamstown Community Colleges core values of respect and value for everyone.


To find out which students have won these awards, click here


It is that time of year when we acknowledge students that have made significant contributions to our school community.  


Student of the Year is awarded to the student who has


  • Consistently worked for and striven for academic excellence.

  • Shown a commitment to all their subjects and engaged positively with the teaching and learning environment.

  • Demonstrated outstanding academic performance commensurate with their ability.  

  • Has an unblemished school record .


Spirit of the College is awarded to the student who has

 

  • Has worked and engaged in college life to the best of their abilities.

  • Shown compassion and empathy to others

  • Upheld Adamstown Community Colleges core values of respect and value for everyone.


To find out which students have won these awards, click here


It is that time of year when we acknowledge students that have made significant contributions to our school community.  


Student of the Year is awarded to the student who has


  • Consistently worked for and striven for academic excellence.

  • Shown a commitment to all their subjects and engaged positively with the teaching and learning environment.

  • Demonstrated outstanding academic performance commensurate with their ability.  

  • Has an unblemished school record .


Spirit of the College is awarded to the student who has

 

  • Has worked and engaged in college life to the best of their abilities.

  • Shown compassion and empathy to others

  • Upheld Adamstown Community Colleges core values of respect and value for everyone.


To find out which students have won these awards, click here


Uniform Supplier

By Aidan on 28/05/2020

Our uniform supplier, Grants, are taking orders for the next school year.  Please follow the link to their website to order online. 

 

Information Leaflet

Price List

Brochure

Calculated Grades for Leaving Certificate 2020

By Aidan on 22/05/2020

An important update for 6th year students and their parents/guardians: 

Guide for schools on providing estimated percentage marks and class rank orderings Click Here

Students taking an extra subject outside of school Click Here

3rd Year Assessment Schedule

By Aidan on 06/05/2020
The schedule for 3rd Year Junior Cycle Assessments can be found here. Please check back regularly as it may be updated over the coming days. 

Changes to Junior Cycle Assessment 2020

By Aidan on 30/04/2020
We ask all parents/guardians of 3rd year students to read the following correspondence with regards to the assessment of 3rd years for Junior Cycle 2020.

Important new information around Leaving Certificate and Junior Certificate Fees

By Aidan on 30/04/2020
Leaving Certificate Fees: The closing date for payment of the Leaving Certificate examination fee is being extended until after the exams are complete and the results have been issued.

Junior Certificate/Cycle Fees: Students will not be required to pay examination fees to the SEC in relation to the 2020 Junior Cycle examinations. The SEC will be issuing a refund to all students who have already paid.  There is no need to contact the State Examinations Commission as refunds will be made automatically.

Leaving Certificate 2020 - Exam Postponement

By Aidan on 14/04/2020

To all our Sixth Year students and parents / guardians,


Coping with exam postponement, looking after oneself whilst embracing the challenge ahead! 


In light of the most recent announcement and as with all decisions, some of you will feel this decision is the best option and others will feel it is the worst. Either way, we now know what is ahead of us.


This most recent challenge now highlights more than ever the importance of connection, reaching out for support and minding your mental health during this time. Please find organisations offering information and support at the  Guidance Website .


Most importantly remember,  we are all here to support and help you get over this final hurdle. If anyone needs to get in touch just send an email or complete the form below and we will get back to you.

Guidance


All our best wishes, 

The Guidance Department