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Mr. Gallagher’s Note
                        Dear Student, as our academic year draws to a close we have much to celebrate and
                        many happy memories to reflect upon. Your time is finally here, you did it! May I applaud
                        you for your dedication to your development as a young responsible adult, to your
                       education and to your school. You are our future.
                       That said as you read and peruse this wonderful collection and compilation of pictures
                       and memories the fear of the unknown is to the forefront of your thoughts. The
                       unknown about whether you will get the opportunity to celebrate your accomplishments
                       with your parents and family looking on. Fear that those moments you spent with your
         friends on that last day of school before all schools closed will be the last memories you get to make
         with those friends. Regret that you did not get the chance to say goodbye and thank you to your
         peers, teachers and staff members.

         At times like these always remember the words of Tom Althouse:

         “This is our time. Seize the moment” “Fear not the unknown. It is a sea of possibilities”

         Now as you are about to embark on a journey none of us has gone through before please realise you
         are pioneering a way for us all, stepping into the unknown. Because of the Coronavirus shutdowns,
         many of you aren’t finishing your schooling in the traditional way. It seems unfair, and it truly is.
         But please know this, we recognise your efforts and applaud you. We see the hard work you’ve gone
         through and the time you’ve put in. You pushed through the hard times. So when your children
         or grandchildren ask you what you did during your teenage years you will be able to tell them “My
         generation and I were dealt a difficult hand of cards and with them made our lives into something
         extraordinarily wonderful.”

         This publication captures your imprint on Cashel Community School over these past five to six years.
         Sometimes schools are seen as places where students learn, teachers teach and points are produced at
         the end of a six year process. And yet, of course, an education is so much more. We want you to achieve
         your full potential academically but we also want to truly educate, so that a graduate student of
         Cashel Community School is a rounded human being, capable of making the most of what opportunities
         open up for him or her. Not too long ago society became conscious of the need to be able to deal with
         change. We were told that our children could expect to have several different types of jobs over a
         lifetime. The students you will read about in this publication are equipped to deal with change.
         As Sixth year students you have been a credit to yourselves and your families in the way you have
         conducted and applied yourselves and for the spirit and enthusiasm you have brought to our school.
         You contributed a wealth of talent in every aspect of school life during your time with us. So much has
         been accomplished here during the years both within and outside the classroom. I urge you to continue
         to make the most of your talents, to always do your best and to realise your full potential. What we
         sow now, we will harvest later.

         So my dear students, as you embark on a new chapter of your lives, always remember that learning
         does not stop inside the classroom. As Henry L. Doherty said, “Be a student as long as you still have
         something to learn, and this will mean all your life.” Every experience in life will teach you something.
         You just need to keep an open mind and open heart to see what lessons the world has to offer.
         I hope you have enjoyed this wonderful production of life for which I am forever humbled. Going forth
         I wish your health, happiness and success for the future.

         			Mr. Gallagher

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Mr. Nolan’s Note
                   Dear Class of 2020 I hope this Chaplains note for your Yearbook finds you and your
                    families well. As I write these words we are living in the midst of a new reality. I am
                very mindful that you have been through all sorts of emotions since we last met back
                 in March. Normally we would be in the midst of exam and graduation preparation at
                    this time. However we have embraced a new normal and our school community and
                              society in general has had to adapt in ways we could never have foreseen.
          It saddens me that we were not afforded an opportunity to say a proper goodbye to you as
              a Leaving Cert class, however, I look forward to this happening in whatever form in the
            not too distant future. There have been major changes in how we go about our daily lives;
                     not least of all for you with the new arrangements surrounding the Leaving Cert.
I do not want this note to be downbeat or lamenting issues beyond our control as I feel you as a
group are about much more than that. We all have to embrace hope. Some things always remain
the same and one of these is the impact we have on others. Allow me to be one of many voices
who will tell you that you made a very significant impact on everybody in Cashel Community School.
For the past year you were the leaders in our school and even before that. You now go to that
next phase of your life armed with a resilience and fortitude that is an example to those around
you. You are now leaders in education by the way you adjusted to your recent new educational
challenges.
Cashel Community School will always be a major part of your life and a part, I hope, you look back
     on with fondness. You will be remembered as a group with vibrancy, energy, integrity and a sense
    of fun while all the time being focused on what was important. Your contribution spanned every
       aspect of school life. My wish for you is that you embrace the next phase of your life with an
  energy that will see you fulfil all your dreams, for that is what life is about. What I would ask of
   you, if I may, is that you do so with kindness and gentleness. These are true virtues. These are also
    virtues that I have seen in you each day. Take care of yourselves and each other and Reach Out
                      with Care and Kindness ... it is upon this ROCK that our school community is built.
                      A school community you helped shape and a school community that will miss you.

             May Love and Laughter light your days and warm your Hearth and Home,
                May Good and faithful Friends be yours wherever you may Roam.
              May Peace and Plenty bless your World with a Joy that long endures and
                                May all life’s passing seasons bring
                                      THE BEST TO AND YOURS
   I had the pleasure of starting in Cashel Community School with you on the same day. You will
                              always hold a special place in my heart.
                                         Stay Safe and Well,
                                        God Bless You Always,
                                                                                        Mr. Nolan
                                                                                        Chaplain.
                                                                                    (May 2020)

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Mr. Galvin Year Head Note
                                     Taking over from Mr. Scully are big boots to fill, but when you’re taking over in a role that allows
                                     you to facilitate the development of a wonderful group of individuals, it makes the experience so
                                     much easier and extremely satisfying, especially now that the fruits of that are evident to all.
                                     In October 2018, I took on the role of Year Head to our current Leaving Cert students and their
                                    enthusiasm and drive to improve as individuals and as a group was something that amazed me
                                    from the beginning and makes me so proud to this day.
                                    My mantra from the beginning was to listen to them and their ideas, and as I said above, rather
                                    than lead but to ‘facilitate’ their development. Fearless and confident in their own ability, they
                                    pioneered the art of presenting to their peers at assemblies and it was the presence of a strong
                                    mutual respect for each other that made this practice such a success. The students would prepare
                                    and present the material themselves and the other students always listened respectively. This
                                    reflected the maturity that was evident in these young adults that were developing in our school
    They were always full of great ideas and initiatives and never shirked being challenged to come up with ideas themselves, and this
    was highlighted when a group prepared and shared videos in the art of planning and studying so as to have as a resource for
    their peers. Their focus was always, how we can improve as an individual but also as a group and the support and care they
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  GAISCE
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  experience for the 25 or so students who
  took up the challenges involved starting with the Bronze Award in TY. Each of us set
  ourselves targets to achieve in the 3 areas required. We got involved in our local community giving an hour a week to helping
  in areas like Tidy Towns, training underage teams, local choir or Guides. Our second challenge involved improving our own
  fitness and activity levels, again giving a minimum of an hour a week to this.Thirdly we committed to taking on a personal
  challenge to improve or take up something new. People challenged themselves to learn a musical instrument, master some skills
  of a new sport or improve their IT skills. The final and extremely enjoyable part of Gaisce was the overnight adventure trip,
  staying in Ballymacarbry and hiking in the Comeragh Mountains. We were delighted to be presented with our certificates
  and beautiful medals at the end of year TY ceremony. Thanks to all the teachers who organise Gaisce in the school. A number
  of us continued on and completed the Silver Challenge in 5th year and who knows some might yet go for the Gold Award
  and follow in the footsteps of a number past students.

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Class 6A
                                 Back Row.Tomás Bourke, Nikita Kurkou, Joshua McGrath, Danilo Mazzola, Ben Caffrey, Sammi Saifullah, Neilas Petkauskas, Conor Fitzgerald,
         Middle row: Jake O Donnell, Anthony Barry, Dhona Kyth Cosmiano, Marjorie DeCastro, Maireád McCarthy, Catherine Brzezinska, Róisín Gillessan, Daniel O Shea, Jennifer Fogarty, Adam Shortt,
                  Seated: Seán O Neill, Kamila Kaczmarczyk, Grace O Dwyer, Ava Ryan, Mr. Gallagher, Mr Murray, Laura Williams, Pa Hickey, Becky Taylor, Emma Ryan. Missing Elma Casey

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Class 6B
          Back Row: David Sinclair, Aidan Maher, Aaron Breen, Sophie O’Shea, Sinéad Furlong, Peadar Morgan, John, Ryan, Ollie Crowe, Gearóid Breen,
Middle Row: Joe Fitzgerald, James Casey, Semilore Giwa, Rebecca Holmes, Ana McCan, Claire Delaney, Megan O Donnell, Eoin McSweeney, Niall Quigley, Ben Ryan.
    Seated: Róisín Taylor, Eoin Foley, Rachel O Dwyer, Khushboo Saini, Mr.J Gallagher, Mr.J Murray, Aoife Linehan, Cathal McGivern, Bradley Barry, Dylan Kao,

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                                                           Missing Daniel Moloney, Michael Moriarty
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Class 6C
                            Back Row: Ciarán Ryan, Oisín Casey, Zak Flanagan, Jaymes O Sullivan, Thomas Taylor, Paraic Brosnan, Elio Bonelli, Jack Fitzpatrick,
                   Middle Row: Aaron McCarthy, Roman Shahi Khan, Ruby Quinn, Fiona McGrath, Méabh Ryan, Hanna Styrna, Zoe Heffernan, Tate Gavin, Sarah Moloney,
         Seated: Aisling Lonergan, Megan O Donoghue, Katie Walsh, Mr J Gallagher, Mr. J Murray, Kellie Hunt, Sylvia Linehan, Laura O Gorman, Melike Cunlu, Missing Lee Gleeson

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Class 6D
                Back Row: Shane Ryan, Cormac Freir, Liam Fitzpatrick, Daniel Ryan, Konan Heney, Conor Farrell, Ray O Brien, Liam O Sullivan,
      Middle Row: Sean Lonergan, Jack Currivan, Kali Guilfoyle, Julia Bongcaras, Oliwia Bytner, Áine Reade, Lauren Redmond, Ethan Gayson, Lorcan Carr,
Seated: Stephen Browne, Matthew Connolly, Jakub Krescanco, Mr J Gallagher, Mr. J Murray, Paudie Taylor, John Marnane, Tom Monaghan, Missing Áine O Dwyer

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Class 6E
                                             Back Row: Josh Browne, Brid Ryan, Lauren Hickey, Emma Roche, Christopher Geraghty,
                          Middle Row: Aisling Moloughney, Ciara Croke, Mamie Keating, Gemma Hahessy, Niomi Harding, Caoimhe Doyle O Donnell,
         Seated: Faye O Meara, Abbie Keating, Shauna McCarthy, Mr J Gallagher, Mr J Murray, Laura Hulme, Julia Furgal, Claire Canny, Missing Aisling Maher, Louise Ryan

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l l a n d C a m o g i e
   Footba                                                                                Meabh E.Ryan

   It has been a great honour and an absolute pleasure to have played for CCS for the past six years. I can honestly say
   that I have enjoyed every single minute of it, as myself and my team members have experienced first-hand both the
   highs and lows which are integral parts of sport. The tears of disappointment, heartache and great joy, euphoria even,
   have been shared among an extraordinary group of girls. The enduring friendships formed and the blissful memories
   created will surely last a lifetime. Camogie and Ladies’ Football is certainly going from strength to strength in CCS, with
   exceptional performances which I believe provide master classes in both camogie and football excellence. This is borne out in
   our winnings of All Ireland, Munster and County titles. Both teams are made up of players from various different clubs but
   when we represent CCS, we play together as one cohesive and tenacious unit, embracing both our competitiveness and our
   sense of sportsmanship in equal measure. The titles which we have gained would definitely not have been achieved without
   the commitment, hard work and dedication of our trainers, to whom we owe a huge debt of gratitude. We acknowledge
   and appreciate that these teachers sacrificed their time to facilitate training sessions at lunchtime, after school and
   during school holidays. This effort on their part made a huge contribution to our winning of the silverware that has
   pride of place in our school. On behalf of both teams, I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks and sincere gratitude to Mr.
   Ryan, Ms Gilmore, Ms. O’Neill, Ms. O’Dwyer, Ms Sheehan and Mr Hynes. Both teams wish our upcoming teams all the best in
   the future.

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Senior Hurling                                          Lorcan Carr

The 2019/20 Senior Hurling year began in a hectic manner with many challenge
matches organised by Mr. Ryan and Mr. Roche. The campaign did not get off to a
great start with a heavy defeat to Doon in their backyard. In hindsight, it seems this
defeat was a blessing in disguise as it made the whole panel realise we were well off
championship pace. After some strong words from both Mr. Ryan and Mr. Roche the
team went back to training in the following weeks with a new sense of focus and
determination.

When the season eventually kicked
off with our first game against
Colaiste Chriost Ri, the high
intensity training paid off and
Criost Ri were routed with a score
line of 7-21 to 0-05. As the score
line showed, it was a dominant
all round performance from both
our forwards and defenders.
Rice College Ennis, were the next
opponents in the round of 16. Played
on a treacherous, wet December day, the boys once again fought hard and came up with a sound victory of 1-17 to 0-08.

As the Christmas holidays arrived the training did not stop. Training and challenge matches continued right up until the
23rd of December and commenced once again shortly after the New Year began. There was superb commitment from all of
the panel over this time and this winter training paid off when on the 8th of January, the team were faced with the very
physical, athletic side of Causeway Comprehensive School. Fighting for every ball and resolutely refusing to give in, the whole
team had to dig deep in extra time to eventually come out with a victory - partly thanks to the bravery of Paddy Moloney!!

In the semi-finals we faced off against St. Augustines of Dungarvan. This was another tight contest with two evenly
matched teams. But when it came down to the crunch, the boys once again showed great character and secured a spot in
the final against Doon.

The day of the Munster Final arrived on the 15th of February. Unfortunately, to the disgust of the players the match
was cancelled due to Storm Dennis. It would have been very easy for this to dishearten the boys but to their credit they all
responded positively. When the Final eventually arrived on the 22nd of February, we were eager to perform in front of a
large crowd. Playing against a strong Doon outfit who had an impressive run to the final, another tight competitive game
ensued. Against the wind, against the odds and with a man down the team pulled through in the 2nd half in a dramatic
finish achieving a great Munster Final win.
A few weeks later, the team faced Connacht Championships Oranmore in the All Ireland Semi-Final. This ended in another
convincing victory for Cashel Community School. The All Ireland Final was then fixed for Semple Stadium against Leinster
Champions Birr. Unfortunately, this has been postponed indefinitely due to Covid-19. All of the lads are of course extremely
eager to play this game no matter how long we have to wait.

                                                                                                    Huge thanks to Mr Ryan
                                                                                                    and Mr. Roche and all who
                                                                                                    brought us on this journey.

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My e x p e r ie n c e in C C S
                                                                        Presentation made on Open Night to 6th class
                                                                            pupils and parents by Jennifer Fogarty
                                                                                  Chairperson Students Council
   Good Evening.

   It’s hard for me to believe that I am now the sixth year standing up here speaking at the open night. This
   opportunity has allowed me to think back on my six years here, and I would like to share that with you this
   evening.

   The most valuable and precious thing this school has given me is friendship. My class in primary school had just
   9 people, and walking in on my first day of first year, I didn’t know how I would remember everyone’s name and if
   I would ever have enough time to get to know them. But it turns out that 6 years is enough, and I have friends
   now who are right there in my happiest memories, who motivate me, inspire me and most importantly, make me
   laugh. And laughter is what I will remember about Cashel when I leave. A lesson that everyone here learns is how
   to continually strive to better yourself, while also being able to appreciate where you are and make the most of
   everyday. In Cashel, “making the most of everyday” means enjoying life while also reaching your personal and
   academic goals.

   Thanks to my time here I know what it feels like to be part of a community and I know what ‘togetherness’ feels
   like. There has always been someone somewhere to turn to when I needed help or advice on something. There is
   always a teacher to tell me why I didn’t do as well as I wanted to. When I deserved a pat on the back, I got one,
   and whenever I needed to pull up my socks, somebody told me that too.

   My peers and I eventually found our place here. Everyone discovered their interest, their niche. Our talents have
   been nurtured and encouraged and we’ve always been pushed to be better students, better sportspeople, better
   musicians and better citizens.

   From an academic point of view, I am and have been extremely fortunate to have committed and enthusiastic
   teachers. They have always found a way to explain something in a way that I personally could understand and
   were always happy to answer my questions after class. Coming up to exams many of teachers take time to
   do extra revision with us at lunch time or after school, so I’ve always felt that our teachers take our success
   personally. They want us to do well just as much as we want to do well ourselves. I also always had every
   opportunity to maximise my performance here because I could choose the subjects I was good at. I have always
   had a keen interest in languages and was able to study both French and German for Junior Cert and for my
   Leaving Cert I could to pursue the two science subjects I wanted.

   An important part of life here is looking outwards rather than inwards. There always seems to be someone
   organising something to help others who need it. This has largely shaped how I view my own place in society and
   I’m sure if I asked my peers, they would agree. The curriculum for subjects like CSPE contained all the information
   necessary to convince us of how lucky we are to be living in a country with free education and running water,
   but I believe that it was my teachers who really explained these concepts and their importance that made me
   realise just how grateful I should be for the endless opportunities at my disposal. I haven’t met anyone here in my
   5 and a quarter years who underestimate the hardship faced by so many in our society, and the initiatives and
   fundraisers that are always happening here are usually taken very seriously. In short, there are a lot of good
   people here.

   Playing sports, music and becoming involved in the Student Council all served to grow my confidence and strengthen
   other, non-academic skills. I never thought I would be confident enough to stand up and talk to a room full of
   people, but here I am. This school has offered me endless opportunities to help me get on the road I wanted to be
   on and I feel confident that I’m equipped to deal with the challenges that will soon be thrown at me.

   Regardless of where all of you end up next September I wish you all a happy six years ahead. Thank you.

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Profiles
Name: Elma Casey
Favourite Memories of CCS: When our bus got stuck on the way home from our Ag
trip and a tractor had to pull us out!
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: On a beach somewhere
What would your autobiography be called? Work in Progress
What would your superpower be? Teleportation
Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘It’s not a repeated behaviour’ - Tate
If you had one wish what would it be? That everyone would forget about a certain
bet that I lost
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Ruby Quinn, Laura Hulme, Sarah Moloney
(Melike will bring the second car!)

Name: Ava Ryan
Favourite Memories of CCS: Trip to Madrid in TY
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Having a good job
What would your autobiography be called? Living Life on the Pledge
What would your superpower be? To fly
If you had one wish what would it be? To be famous
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Lewis Capaldi, Niall Horan and Harry Styles

Name: Becky Taylor
Best Memories of CCS: Going on the Carlingford trip in TY
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Travelling and living a good life
What would your autobiography be called? “Where to next?”
What would your superpower be? Mind reading
If you had one wish what would it be? For more wishes
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Emma Ryan, Brid Ryan, Elma Casey

 Name: Bernard Caffrey the 7th
 Best Memories of CCS: Cormac doing a two foot tackle on the cloakroom door.
 Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Cruising down the Autobahn in my sexy
 Renault Twingo.
 What would your autobiography be called? Skelator and Steroids The grind to big
 arms
 What would your superpower be? Bigger arms than James Casey
 Classroom quote you’ll remember: 26 + 6 = 1 The GOAT O’Neill
 If you had one wish what would it be? When I put salt on my food everyone doesn’t
 go “jesus christ your gonna die.”
 Three people you’d bring on a road trip: James ‘Steroids’ Casey for protection, Anne
 Carey so I’m always kept cleanshaven, Big Bernard Caffrey because he’s bigger than
 big Joe Casey.

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Profiles   Name: Catherine Brzezinska
            Best Memories of CCS: When Ciaran Ryan accidentally spilled his curry in my ear and
            over my jumper.
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Digital Extremes, Canada.
            What would your autobiography be called? “Cash Comes Easy.”
            What would your superpower be? Titan transforming at will.
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “I don’t know I never watched Stranger Things.”
            -Me, during an Irish oral class.
            If you had one wish what would it be? Being able to do my hair perfectly the first
            time round without any damage
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Levi Ackerman, Jerome Warner, Sean Murphy.

              Name: Emma Ryan
              Best Memories of CCS: Winning the Godolphin scholarship award.
              Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: In the mirror in my mansion beside the
              beach.
              What would your autobiography be called? Just Another Pebble in the Sand
              What would your superpower be? Teleportation. Wouldn’t have to go on another
              bus again.
              Classroom quote you’ll remember: “I was on the beach the last day and there’s
              loads of rocks and no ones taking them and they’re free.”
              If you had one wish what would it be? To own a Ferrari 488 spider in blue.
              Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Elma Casey (driver), Laura O’ Gorman
              (good music taste), Ruby Quinn (just absolutely cracked)

          Name: Mairead McCarthy

          Best Memories of CCS: Gaisce walk during Transition Year

          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Living in a city like London or Dublin

          What would your autobiography be called? “Not Quite There Yet”

          What would your superpower be? Magic

          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Raise the paws”

          If you had one wish what would it be? To meet David Attenborough

          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Jennifer Fogarty, Danilo Mazzola and

          Damon Dominique

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Profiles Name: Sami Saifullah
         Best Memories of CCS: The 2nd year trip to Old Trafford
         Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Settled down
         What would your autobiography be called? The Paradoxial Life of a Procastinator
         What would your superpower be? Ability to read minds
         Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Sit right back down”
         If you had one wish what would it be? To restart secondary school knowing what
         mistakes I will make
         Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Jacub Krescanko, Josh McGrath, Nikita
         Kurkou.

            Name: Dhona Kyth Olan Cosmiano
            Best Memories of CCS: Taking part in ‘Jesus Christ superstar’ the musical
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: In the mirror
            What would your autobiography be called? ‘A Beautiful Disaster’
            What would your superpower be? To be able to read people’s mind
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘It’s okay not to be okay’-Daniel
            If you had one wish what would it be? I wish life will become how I want it to be
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Me, myself and I

      Name: Daniel O’Shea

      Best Memories of CCS: The clothes peg in 5th year - juliafurgal

      Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Working abroad

      What would your autobiography be called? ‘How I Became the Boldprint’

      What would your superpower be? Mind reading

      Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘I stop here’ hahah if u know u know

      If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to see the board in Irish

      Three people you’d bring on a road trip:

      Tate Gavin, Roisin Taylor

                     and Ms.Bradshaw for old times sake

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Profiles   Name: Sean O’Neill
            Best Memories of CCS: The ty trip to Madrid
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Not here in the school
            What would your autobiography be called? Me
            What would your superpower be? Teleport
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “MR O’NEILL”-Ms Sheils
            If you had one wish what would it be? Travel around the world and make money
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Kylie Jenner, Addison Rae and Sommer
            Ray(sure why not!!!)

            Name: Grace O’ Dwyer
            Best Memories of CCS: When Aisling Lonergan went to Ms Neavyn to explain why
            she wasn’t partaking in the “St Patrick’s Day Parade” with the school because she
            thought she was going to fail TY
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still expressing my dramatic side!!!!!
            What would your autobiography be called? Trust me it’s hard being this perfect
            What would your superpower be? to be able to walk on the soles of my feet and
            not on my toes....
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “did you bake your legs in an oven?” - Mr Dunne
            If you had one wish what would it be? To have a dvd of all the funny memories
            from my 6 years in school
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: The hotel manager in Madrid, my “special”
            friend Aisling and Meabh with strawberries

          Name: Marjorie de Castro
          Best Memories of CCS: My TY year
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Baking cookies
          What would your autobiography be called? ‘I’m Still Hungry’
          What would your superpower be? Stealing other people’s superpowers
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “These are the best years of your life” -Mr.Moore
          “Shur what can I do?” -Julia B.
          “It’s a trek and a half” -Elma
          “Literally my life” -Khushboo
          If you had one wish what would it be? 20/20 vision
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Forrest Frank from Surfaces, as the car
          DJ. Kai from EXO. Just cause. Julia, I guess.

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Name: Nikita Kurkou
   Best Memories of CCS: Have quite a few but the 5th year biology trip brings back
   good memories.
   Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Doing something that I enjoy.
   What would your autobiography be called? “How Did I Get Here Lads?”
   What would your superpower be? The ability to read minds, absolutely lethal.
   Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Right, I’ve had enough of your [censored] Nikita.”
   Mr. Farrell
   If you had one wish what would it be? End this secondary school journey without
   the lockdown.
   Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Josh McGrath, Sami Saifullah, Peadar Morgan

      Name: Adam Shortt
      Best Memories of CCS: TY trip to Madrid
      Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Being successful somewhere
      What would your autobiography be called? The Life of the Spectacle
      What would your superpower be? Being able to fly
      Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘’gway with your nike glasses’’, Mr. Josh Browne
      If you had one wish what would it be? To Get the best l.c. I can possibly get
      Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Tommy Barrett for being Tommy Barrett,
      Martin Browne because of all of the hard work he does and Ms. Neavyn for her
      puns

Name: Jennifer Fogarty
Best Memories of CCS: Throwing half an onion out the back window during the JC
Home Ec practical so I wouldn’t lose marks for waste.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Somewhere warm
What would your autobiography be called? The Life of J-Fo
What would your superpower be? Time travel.
Classroom quote you’ll remember: “If Jennifer’s not wearing a tie, I’m giving up the
ghost and going home to die” - Ms. Moore
If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to parallel park
Three people you’d bring on a road trip:
Mairead McCarthy for common sense,
Danilo because he’s bilingual and sassy and,
of course, David Clifford

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Profiles   Name: Jake O’Donnell
            Best Memories of CCS: TY
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Working as a diesel mechanic.
            What would your autobiography be called? The Autobiography of Jake O’Donnell
            What would your superpower be? Invisible
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: Don’t give up
            If you had one wish what would it be? To get to win a munster final in soccer
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Kevin Hart, Conor McGregor, Roy Keane

            Name: Kamila Kaczmarczyk

            Best Memories of CCS: Laughing uncontrollably with my friends at lunch times

            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Married and working in a play school

            What would your autobiography be called? “Kamila’s Crazy Life”

            What would your superpower be? To read people’s minds

            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Alright now lads”

            If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to fully finish 6th year

            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Abbie Keating, Rebecca Holmes and

            Samantha Long

          Name: Aisling Lonergan
          Best Memories of CCS: All 35 days of third year
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still booking flights to England at the
          slightest inconvenience
          What would your autobiography be called? “I’m not talking to you”:The Sequel
          What would your superpower be? The ability to transform into Supernanny on
          a night out! @the girls. To be able to alter the steps on my fitbit to beat Grace,
          Aisling & Fiona in the daily challenge!!
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “It’s like a deaf dog, hard to call” ~ Mr.Carr
          If you had one wish what would it be? To operate alongside Meredith Grey and to
          get to Albufeira with the girls.
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Grace, Meabh and Sherene for guaranteed
          entertainment
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       Name: Tomas Bourke
       Best Memories of CCS: Beating Doon in the Munster Senior Hurling Final
       Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still waiting for the pubs to open
       What would your autobiography be called? ‘How to break Sophie O’Sheas car’
       What would your superpower be? The ability to get away with not paying for
       damage done to Sophies car
       Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘Do ye owe me money for Farmers Journals’ - TJ
       Quinn
       If you had one wish what would it be? For Mr Quinn to stop asking us for Farmers
       Journal money
       Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Christy Moore, Will Ferrell, TJ Quinn
       .

          Name: Pa Hickey
          Best Memories of CCS: Our whole Ty year was a laugh but that moment Jaymes
          smashed the light in the Dressing room, I will never laugh as hard.
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Eating caviar out of the Liam Mcarthy
          cup.
          What would your autobiography be called? “Mein kampf mit covid”
          What would your superpower be? To predict the Grand National.
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “your coming in here’.. you’re trying to be sneeeaky
          with me, but Nooo Brendan, that’s not how it works here” Ms on Brendan Lawrence
          in 1st year.
          If you had one wish what would it be? For the state to go ahead with predicted
          grades.
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: VickyPollard, Viper Higgins and of course the
          big man himself, CONOR SAMMON!.

       Name: Roisin Gillessen
       Best Memories of CCS: Trip to Madrid in TY
       Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Two bedroom apartment in Madrid with
       Brid
       What would your autobiography be called? Two Steps Forward, One Step Back
       What would your superpower be? Immortality
       Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Roisin, why does your hair match your jumper?”
       - Ms Sheils
       If you had one wish what would it be? To be rich
       Three people you’d bring on a road trip:
       Ryan Reynolds, Seth Rogan, Brid Ryan

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Profiles   Name: Jaymes O Sullivan
            Best Memories of CCS: Busting the light abroad in the dressing rooms or Romans
            girlfriend walking into engineering and the whole class going ape
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: In a critical condition after yet again
            attempting another backflip, mullet as strong as ever
            What would your autobiography be called? Big Birds Bigger Dreams
            What would your superpower be? Empty pints not fill them
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Your breathing even annoys me”
            If you had one wish what would it be? Unlimited women and biscuits
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Lana, Riley and Tony

            Name: Ciaran Ryan
            Best Memories of CCS: Participating in all the musicals from 2nd year upwards but
            especially participating in ‘’The Addams Family’’.
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Working somewhere in America and
            travelling the world.
            What would your autobiography be called? “Honey, what you waiting for?
            Welcome to my Autobiography!’’
            What would your superpower be? To read people’s minds
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: Sorry I’m late I was just putting up my 15 year
            old child for adoption.’’
            If you had one wish what would it be? To participate in a Broadway or West End
            Musical Production.
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Maime Keating, Eoin Foley, Catherine
            Brzezinska.

          Name: Zoe Heffernan
          Best Memories of CCS: Delaying the TY trip in Madrid by becoming temporarily
          blinded, both eyes glued together by nail glue.
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Living in the French Riviera, cup of
          Barry’s tea in hand whilst Harold Styles sings ’medicine’ cooking our breakfast and
          having a phd
          What would your autobiography be called? Away With The Fairies
          What would your superpower be? To travel through time
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘26+6 will always be one’ Mr O’Neill; ‘Now this is
          late, even for Zoe and Fiona’s standards’ Mr Kennedy; ‘Be kind, smile’ TY2
          If you had one wish what would it be? To know the answers to all the mysteries
          in the universe
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Hugh Grant for reasons as clear as
          daylight. Bryn from Gavin and Stacy, for comedy gold (and to find out what
          happened on that fishing trip) Draco Malfoy, providing the nightly entertainment
          and apparating chuck bass
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Profiles                       Name: Elio Bonelli
                                 Best Memories of CCS: All of the school shows from Take A Chance On Me to
                                 Addams Family. TY trip to Madrid in 2018. Choir wins in Cork and Limerick
                                 Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: 315360000 seconds into the
                                 Future!!!!
                                 What would your autobiography be called? “E=mg, A Story of Complexity,
                                 Uniqueness and Power in the Potentially Energizing mind of an Autistic guy”
                                 What would your superpower be? Invisibility, imagine being able to go onto
                                 planes for free, that would be cool!
                                 Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Settle down now guys settle down, settle
                                 down “ Ms. O Sullivan “Lads, Class...has actually....started” Mr “I Moore
                                 If you had one wish what would it be? Interview Ryan Tubridy
                                 Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Konan Heney, Mr. Carr he’d be some
                                 craic, Mr Nolan, what a ledgebag.

                           Name: Fiona McGrath
                           Best Memories of CCS: Mr.Dunne sending me and Aisling Moloughney to the woodwork
                           teachers to ask for a glass hammer and us proceeding to try to explain what it was.
                           Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still going red every .2 seconds
                           What would your autobiography be called? One Poor Decision After Another
                           What would your superpower be? To eat whatever I want and never get fat
                           Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘Even for Zoe and Fiona standards, now that’s
                           late’ Mr.Kennedy. ‘Be kind, smile’ TY2
                           If you had one wish what would it be? To know how to parallel park
                           Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Me, myself and I

                       Name: Sarah Moloney

                       Best Memories of CCS: Scrubbing pasta off the floor courtesy of Amanda.

                       Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still serving time for my Britney Spears

                       meltdown circa quarantine 2020.

                       What would your autobiography be called? Punctuality: How To Always Be On Time

                       by Sarah Moloney feat Tgl.

                       What would your superpower be? Mind reading

                       Classroom quote you’ll remember: Christ on a bike”-A.F

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Profiles   Name: Hanna Styrna
            Best Memories of CCS: Accidently talking about a teacher and getting caught.
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Married rich
            What would your autobiography be called? Sassy Styrna
            What would your superpower be? To be able to handle it
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: Leo Varadkar is easy on the eye
            If you had one wish what would it be? To forget my mistakes
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Young Leo Dicaprio, Young Johnny Depp and
            Joey from friends

            Name: Jack Fitzpatrick

            Best Memories of CCS: Trip to Madrid

            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Driving a 301 Toyota Yaris

            What would your autobiography be called? How To Bottle a Cup Final

            What would your superpower be? No pain

            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Write it out”

             If you had one wish what would it be? Liverpool Football Club to go bust

            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Spuddy McLeesh, Denis O’Sullivan,

            Peter O’Sullivan

          Name: Katie Walsh
          Best Memories of CCS: Aisling Lonergan and the St. Patricks Day parade in T.Y
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: More than likely still being in bed for 10pm
          What would your autobiography be called? How To Become a Mathematician
          What would your superpower be? To be invisible
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: ”You’re not one bit sorry”~ Ms. Sheils
          If you had one wish what would it be? To be at a One Direction concert with Clare
          Canny
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Niall Horan and Picture This (so Aisling,
          Clare and me can confront them about cancelling the concert) and also of course
          Lewis Capaldi

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Profiles                                        Name: Lee Gleeson

                                                      Best Memories of CCS: Hanging out with my friends

                                                      Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Building cars professionally

                                                      What would your autobiography be called? The Story

                                                      What would your superpower be? The ability to control time

                                                      Classroom quote you’ll remember: Your leaving cert is right around the corner

                                                      If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to build anything

                                                      Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Arron McCarthy Tom Monaghan

                                                      Thomas Taylor

                                              Name: Ruby Quinn
                                              Best Memories of CCS: Winning the Senior Football Munster Final last year and Madrid
                                              Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Hopefully living my best life-just chillin
                                              What would your superpower be? Time travel- to travel to the past to warn people
                                              about what’s to come.
                                              Classroom quote you’ll remember: Remembering quotes is not my best quality
                                              If you had one wish what would it be? To become fluent in a few languages and
                                              then travel.
                                              Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Michael D Higgins cause he wouldnt take
                                              up much space in the car, Justin Bieber for the tunes and Laura O’ Gorman for the
                                              funny stories.

                                          Name: Melike Cunlu
                                          Best Memories of CCS: Getting brownies for your birthday courtesy of Sarah Moloney
                                          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still working on my history project
                                          What would your autobiography be called? Married at 14, Life of a Turkish girl
                                          according to NS
                                          What would your superpower be? Mind control so me and Laura Hulme can FINALLY
                                          agree on something.
                                          Classroom quote you’ll remember: Are you okay because you don’t look okay’
                                          If you had one wish what would it be? For Lauren Redmond to move out of my
                                          courtesy of
 here. Getting brownies for your birthdayhouse.
                                          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Lauren Redmond (to make bad choices),
                                       project
10yrs time? Still working on my history Laura Hulme      (to prove I am not wrong) and Daniel O’Shea (to get on the fyp)

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y be called? Married at 14, Life of a Turk
            Name: Melike Cunlu
Name: Meabh Elle Ryan
            Best Memories of CCS: The balcony scene in Madrid-we’ll leave it at that!
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Dispensing drugs
            What would your autobiography be called? ‘101 Ways To Be The Favourite Child’
            What would your superpower be? To be able to see the consequences of my actions
            prior to doing them.
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Where are you supposed to be Meabh” (on a daily
            basis) ~ Ms Neavyn
            If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to say ‘I sat a leaving cert during a
            pandemic’
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: The two Aisling’s with a butter knife and the
            ‘robbers’ (the boys)

            Name: Kellie Hunt

            Best Memories of CCS: TY Trip to Madrid

            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Hopefully in a career I like and possibly

            married with kids

            What would your autobiography be called? Living a Short Life, Literally

            What would your superpower be? Omnilingualism

            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “And so forth”

             If you had one wish what would it be? To be good at maths

            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Sylvia Linehan, Ciara Croke, Ray O’Brien

          Name: Paraic Brosnan

          Best Memories of CCS: Not having to sit the leaving

          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Stuck in a fuse board somewhere and

          still driving a dirty turbo diesel.

          What would your autobiography be called? Cowboys Don’t Care

          What would your superpower be? 99 pace

          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “It’s easy cut material off but very difficult to

          cut it on” -JS

          If you had one wish what would it be? Glazer family sells Manchester United

          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Jose Mourinho, Dan Ryan and Pa Connors

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Name: Tate Gavin
Best Memories of CCS: When I tripped up the stairs walking into maths, and miss Kearns
had to solemnly swear she did “not” trip me
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still in my bed in my dressing gown but now
surrounded by stacks of cash
What would your autobiography be called? “Living Life with the London look”
What would your superpower be? Hydrokinesis so that Lauren Redmond won’t give out to
me when I need “WAteHr” at prinks
Classroom quote you’ll remember: “I won’t comment on its shape as I’ll end up in the
yearbook again” - Mr Fox
If you had one wish what would it be? For Roisin Taylor to quit her tik-tok career and
do her maths homework
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Miss Bradshaw, Daniel O’Shea and Roisin Taylor,
because the lads and I need the extra maths.

Name: Sylvia Linehan
Best Memories of CCS: Madrid trip in TY
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Hopefully I will be living in America and
finally make use of my American citizenship
What would your autobiography be called? How To Be Embarrassing Six Years Straight!
What would your superpower be? Being able to fall up any set of stairs!
Classroom quote you’ll remember: “What’s going on here now” “I’ll just say- well done”
If you had one wish what would it be? To have Photographic memory
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Ciara Croke, because she’ll forget the bags, Kellie
Hunt as she will bring to tunes, Ray O’Brien as he’ll wake up from his nap to
dance to Arianna Grande

Name: Thomas Taylor
Best Memories of CCS: The recent weeks will certainly be remembered by us all for a long
time to come
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Ordering Another On The High Stool
What would your autobiography be called? Thank You PJ
What would your superpower be? To down a pint of ‘water’
If you had one wish what would it be? 624
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Aaron, Lee, Tom

Name: Laura O’Gorman
Best Memories of CCS: Daniel O’Shea in every Irish class
Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Doing time for destroying peoples kidneys
What would your autobiography be called? “Life of the Bo Dall”
Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Ms I stop here”
What would your superpower be? Invisibility
If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to whisper properly
Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Lauren Redmond, Daniel O’Shea and Emma Ryan
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Name: Sophie O’Shea
            Best Memories of CCS: Enjoying a bowl of soup in evening study
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Living far far away, coronavirus or no
            coronavirus
            What would your autobiography be called? ‘SOS’
            What would your superpower be? To be able to fly so I wouldn’t have to pay for car
            insurance
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘Mrs. Flanagan won’t be in today, she’s stuck in a
            sandstorm in Tenerife.’
            If you had one wish what would it be? I’d wish for the Leaving Cert to disappear.
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Harry Styles, Harry Styles, Harry Styles.

            Name: Rebecca Holmes

            Best Memories of CCS: Making lifelong friends

            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Working with children

            What would your autobiography be called? Holmes At Home

            What would your superpower be? Be a mind reader

            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Right Now 6th Years”, Ms Sutton

            If you had one wish what would it be? Go back in time

            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Abbie, Kamilia, Maryellen

          Name: Roisin Taylor
          Best Memories of CCS: When I got a higher percentage in maths than Daniel
          O’Shea, #suckitupprincess
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Asking people if they want salt on their
          chips
          What would your autobiography be called? “Life In The Spotlight, Becoming TikTok
          Famous”
          What would your superpower be? To read people’s minds
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Rosie come up and clean my desk” ~ Mr.Carr
          If you had one wish what would it be? For the mouse to leave Ms.Tierney’s room.
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Daniel O’Shea, Tate Gavin and Miss.
          Bradshaw

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Profiles  Name: Aidan Maher
          Best Memories of CCS: Jaymes O’Sullivan crying when he broke the light in the
          dressing rooms in TY.
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Laying bricks in Baghdad
          What would your autobiography be called? “The Secret Revealed”
          What would your superpower be? Not stepping over the line
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Gooood mooorrrnnniiinnnggg 6th years” - Mr.
          Kennedy
          If you had one wish what would it be? Leaving Cert to be cancelled!
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Michael Jackson, Tony Nolan and Ted Bundy

            Name: David Sinclair
            Best Memories of CCS: Winning Munster Final with the school senior hurling team
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Working with An Garda Siochana.
            What would your autobiography be called? “If It Wasn’t For The Dodgy Knee”
            What would your superpower be? Invulnerability
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Has the train left the station or has it ran out
            of coal already” -Mr. O’ Neill.
            If you had one wish what would it be? Golden to go back up senior hurling
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Jack Lynch, Mark Wahlberg, Brian Crehan

       Name: Sinead Furlong
       Best Memories of CCS: Getting over half of our Irish class kicked out of for convincing
       them all not to sit down at the start of class - sorry again flano
       Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: CEO of the sesh
       What would your autobiography be called? Sinead’s Saucy Situations
       What would your superpower be? Mind reader
       Classroom quote you’ll remember: “You lied sinead, you blatantly lied to me” Ms Sheehan
       from TY trip to Madrid after getting caught hiding friends in our bedroom wardrobe
       If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to drive without terrifying my mother
       and all the other road users
       Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Amanda Flanagan for the hand Sanitiser
       Claire Delaney for the tunes, Cillian Murphy because who wouldn’t

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Name: Rachel O’Dwyer
            Best Memories of CCS: Getting tea and scones in Ms. Murphy’s Biology.
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Lead soprano on Broadway.
            What would your autobiography be called? Mammy Neavyn 2.0
            What would your superpower be? Hitting a top C in choir
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: ‘Rachel if you don’t stop tying up your hair, I’ll send
            you to the office’.
            If you had one wish what would it be? To be a soprano (choir things).
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Maime, Abbie and Mammy Neavyn.

                  Name: Semilore Giwa

                  Best Memories of CCS: TY Trip to Madrid and TY Grad

                  Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: CEO of SemigApparel

                  What would your autobiography be called? “Buy The Book. You know it’s Good”

                  What would your superpower be? Don’t need any. Sure I’ve everything I need

                  Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Fifteen minutes and we can leave lads”

                  If you had one wish what would it be? Pass higher maths

                  Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Me, myself and I (though I’m aware

                  three’s a crowd)

          Name: Eoin Foley
          Best Memories of CCS: When Dawid had to headbutt me during The Addams Family
          and I fell over the couch.
          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still trying to pass the Leaving Cert.
          What would your autobiography be called? “Beauty Fades, Dumb is forever.”
          What would your superpower be? To be able to do any of the higher level maths
          course without notes.
          Classroom quote you’ll remember: “I don’t blame her for taking the voucher.” Miss
          De Barra on Pioc Do Ride.
          If you had one wish what would it be? To have an unlimited supply of PLAIN dairy
          milk.
          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Me, myself and I.

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Profiles   Name: Megan O’Donnell
           Best Memories of CCS: Having a party in the toilets before school in TY
           Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Hopefully working as a primary school
           teacher
           What would your autobiography be called? Living With The Fear : how to handle
           yourself after a night out
           What would your superpower be? Erasing people’s embarrassing memories of me
           Classroom quote you’ll remember: “okay guys, since its last class on a Friday afternoon
           and we are all a bit unfocused... we are going to do a quiz”- Michael Kennedy
           If you had one wish what would it be? To have stayed in instead of going on a night
           out after the mocks.
           Three people you’d bring on a road trip: 1. Michael Kennedy (due to his sarcastic humour)
           2.Jimmy O’Donnell (To fund my expensive lifestyle as per usual)
           3.Nicola Sheils (to teach me about the geographical locations we will visit)

           Name: Anna McCan
           Best Memories of CCS: Driving to Lidl for a cookie at lunchtime with the girls and
           coming up with a dramatic story of Megan wetting herself to tell in case we got
           caught
           Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Still deciding what college course I want
           to do
           What would your autobiography be called? Anna McCant
           What would your superpower be? To be able to fly
           Classroom quote you’ll remember: “If you want to be a clown join the circus” -
           Mr. Scully
           If you had one wish what would it be? To be able to make decisions for myself
           Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Aine Reade because she’s always in my car
           Aine Reade for the tunes, Aine Reade for the craic

       Name: Aoife Linehan
       Best Memories of CCS: John Ed wishing me a “Happy Christmas” as we left school
       for Halloween midterm
       Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: At the beach, any beach, just somewhere
       with a beach
       What would your autobiography be called? The Secret Life of a CCS Superfan
       Classroom quote you’ll remember: “Get off that balcony Aoife, I can see you” -TJ
       Quinn, over voicemail on Madrid trip
       What would your superpower be? Being funny so that I could actually have some
       decent answers for the yearbook
       If you had one wish what would it be? To have had a last day in school :(
       Three people you’d bring on a road trip: 1) Nicola Sheils, for the deep chats and quality
       navigation skills, 2) Megan O’Donnell, because we can’t split up the dynamic duo
       3) Trevor Galvin, for pure entertainment
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Name: Ben Ryan
            Best Memories of CCS: Winning Senior Munster Final
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Castrating bulls
            What would your autobiography be called? ‘Never Take The Clusters Off The Cow
            When She’s Half-Milked’
            What would your superpower be? Ooozze in claas
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: Its in the book tis black and white
            If you had one wish what would it be? Have a pint of stout
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: The Saw Doctors, The Ballydine bus,
            Ger Loughnane

            Name: Daniel Moloney
            Best Memories of CCS: Playing every minute of the munster final
            Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: Hopefully not on the top of Trevors
            hitlist
            What would your autobiography be called? The Life of a Horseman: being able to
            poo while walking
            What would your superpower be? To be able to hit the ball off my right side
            Classroom quote you’ll remember: Your a sound fella and all but cop the *** on”- TG
            If you had one wish what would it be? To get to play our All Ireland Final in Semple
            stadium and win it
            Three people you’d bring on a road trip: Tony Nolan, Mia khalifa and Lana Rhoades

          Name: Cathal McGivern

          Best Memories of CCS: Driving into school in my own car

          Where do you see yourself in 10 years time: I see myself working as an electrician

          What would your autobiography be called? Out The Gap

          What would your superpower be? To be able to fly

          Classroom quote you’ll remember: How’s your mother for turf

          If you had one wish what would it be? To be world champion in hot rod racing

          Three people you’d bring on a road trip: I’d bring Sean Ryan, Jakub Straka and

          Ben Ryan

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