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Leaving Cert students on results day at Bush Post Primary School: Back - Sinead McDonald, Sinead Byrne, Deirdre Ruane McAreer, Emma Sheilds, Katie McGuinness, Ruth O’Hanlon, Megan McDonald, Shannon Murray. Front - Brendan Morgan, Patrick Quinn, Connor McGuinness, Ronan Ferguson, Aaron Rogers, Dylan McGarrity, Niall McGuinness

Leaving Cert students on results day at Bush Post Primary School: Back - Sinead McDonald, Sinead Byrne, Deirdre Ruane McAreer, Emma Sheilds, Katie McGuinness, Ruth O’Hanlon, Megan McDonald, Shannon Murray. Front - Brendan Morgan, Patrick Quinn, Connor McGuinness, Ronan Ferguson, Aaron Rogers, Dylan McGarrity, Niall McGuinness

Patrick Quinn who achieved 600 points

Patrick Quinn who achieved 600 points

Bush Post Primary teacher Sheila McDonald and her two daughters Megan and Sinead who sat their leaving certificate this year.

Bush Post Primary teacher Sheila McDonald and her two daughters Megan and Sinead who sat their leaving certificate this year.

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Leaving Cert students on results day at Bush Post Primary School: Back - Sinead McDonald, Sinead Byrne, Deirdre Ruane McAreer, Emma Sheilds, Katie McGuinness, Ruth O’Hanlon, Megan McDonald, Shannon Murray. Front - Brendan Morgan, Patrick Quinn, Connor McGuinness, Ronan Ferguson, Aaron Rogers, Dylan McGarrity, Niall McGuinness

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BUSH Post Primary students made it an exceptional year for Leaving Cert results, with one student achieving an incredible 600 points.

Principal Kevin Joyce and staff joined students as they collected their results, and were 'blown away by the grades achieved by this year's group.'

'These are the best results the school has ever achieved and all this is credit to the extremely hardworking students and their teachers,' said Mr. Joyce.

'It's wonderful to see their full potential realised and hugely satisfying and rewarding for everyone involved in preparing them for these examinations.'

He added: 'It is the culmination of considerable hard work and sacrifice and these students should be very proud of their achievements.'

This year over 16% of all students achieved 500 points or better with one student, Patrick, Quinn reaching an exceptional 600 points.

'These results will allow our students the opportunity to choose their chosen career paths on higher and further education courses. We wish them all the very best for the future.'


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