St Louise’s College is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year. Mass was held to commemorate the prestigious college’s Diamond Jubilee at St Peter’s Cathedral on Thursday 13 September. The Mass, celebrated by Father Ciaran Dallatt and assisted by Father Martin Graham, was attended by all current staff, members of the Board of Governors, a representational body of students as well as past members of staff.
Principal, Miss Mary McHenry, paid tribute to the generations of former colleagues, Governors, parents and students who, under the inspirational leadership of Sister Ita, Sister Genevieve and Sister Rosaleen, and in 2005, Mrs McCartan, created a Catholic, Vincentian, Comprehensive College recognised as a centre of excellence for all.
Former A’Level Art student, Leah Davis (pictured below), painted an interpretive portrait of the college’s patron saint, St Louise de Marillac, to commemorate the occasion.
Congratulations St Louise’s and may you continue to be a centre of excellence for future generations.