An outstanding set of Post 16 Results
Post-16 students at Omagh CBS have once again produced outstanding results at both AS and A2 Level. In the year that saw a return to formal examinations, their excellent achievements reflect their diligent effort combined with the work of dedicated teachers and supportive parents which has produced top grades in Omagh CBS in what was another very challenging year for schools.
Among the excellent results were the outstanding achievements of the following students; Paul Furey and David Quinn achieved 4A* grades or equivalent; Shea Conway, Emmett Hagan, Eoighan McDermott, Caolán McNulty, Ben Monk, Kian Murphy and Seán Murphy achieved 3A* grades or equivalent; Ryan Gormley and Turlough Mullin achieved 2A* Grades and 2A Grades or equivalent; Ronan Cassidy, Oisin Cranny, Phelon Gaynor, Michael Grimes, Pearse Logue, Adam McAleer, Orán McAleer, Ryan McCrystal, Adam McFadden, Damien McHugh, Terence McKenna and Conor White each achieved two A* grades and an A grade or equivalent. In total, forty-four pupils received 3 A grade or better at A2 Level.
Paul Furey pictured with Mr Maginness, Head of School for Years 13 & 14 and Mr McConnell, School Principal
Turlough Mullin and Ryan Gormley pictured with Mr Maginness, Head of School for Years 13 & 14 and Mr McConnell, School Principal
Paul McKenna pictured with Mr Maginness, Head of School for Years 13 & 14 and Mr McConnell, School Principal
Some of our high achievers were students who chose to join Omagh CBS after completing their GCSE’s in other local schools, in order to avail of our wide Post 16 curriculum options. Along with their fellow successful students, they have opted for a great variety of higher education courses including Medicine, Pharmacy, Computing and ICT, Law, Sports Studies, Accountancy, Surveying, Engineering and Teaching.
Success at A Level is replicated in the Year 13 AS Results. Among the high achievers were the following students who achieved at least 4A grades; Malachy Cassidy, Fionn Corry, Conchúr Darcy, Manus Doyle, Nathan Graham, John McGlinchey, Cian McGuigan, Ethan O’ Brien, Alec Symington and Callan Walsh. Seventeen pupils achieved 3A grades or better at AS Level.
Pictured are students who achieved 4A Grades or better at AS Level
Pictured are students who achieved 3A Grades or better at AS Level
In expressing his delight at the superb results, the Principal Foncy McConnell, stated, “The Christian Brothers Grammar School continues to provide high quality education to the young men of West Tyrone. We are able to offer a wide curriculum to cater for a range of learning styles and can provide our students with a route to the best universities and colleges of higher education or a range of vocational courses including graduate apprenticeships. Many of the high attaining students achieved their exceptional results while making a huge contribution to the life of the school beyond the classroom. Not only have they accomplished superb results but have embraced the opportunities offered within the school to develop the wider skills and attributes that will be invaluable to them in later life.
Our students who have achieved these excellent results at A Level, BTEC and AS level are a credit to their parents and teachers, and they should be very satisfied with their achievements. Our Post 16 students have produced these brilliant results because of their maturity and diligence, the excellence of the teaching they have received and the exceptional support of their parents. I wish them well as they move on to the colleges and universities of their choice and in their future careers.”