Greenschools Recycling


The “Junk Kouture” Initiative, inspired by our Greenschools co-ordinator Ms Eileen Murphy whereby students were encouraged to design a fashion piece from recycled material. The results were pretty amazing. The eventual winner was Kellie Hamilton (2.2) with her “Little Mermaid” creation. The outfits were judged by Leaving Cert. student Dearbhla Skeehan who complimented all the participants and their assistants on the impressive collection of Junk Koutoure. Many thanks also to An tUas Pádraig Mac Craith (Art & Design Dept.)

Breakfast with Barron's Bread

On Wednesday 20th April Ms McGann's two 2nd Year Business Studies classes enjoyed breakfast in the school canteen.  This event began with four excellent presentations by the students on local businesses. 

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ARTiculation 2016 National Finals


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A Taste of France

French Breakfast

1st Year students enjoy a typical French breakfast of hot chocolate and chocolate croissants with Ms Anne Pender and Ms Carmel Mulcahy also included is Mme Maëva Béguin-Way, ESL teacher in Paris. Maëva spent some teaching time with us at The Friary recently.

1st Year Trip to Dublin


On Wednesday, April 20th, a group of over eighty 1st Year students along with Bro Patrick Lennon OSA, Mrs Heather Foley, Ms Mgt McGrath and Mr Donal Williams set off to Dublin for the day. The students visited some very interesting historical sites including, Dublin Castle, The Garden of Remembrance and the GPO. In the afternoon the group travelled to Dundrum Shopping Centre which they really enjoyed. Many thanks to the staff members who made this trip possible for 1st Years.

Student Theatre Awards

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Congratulations to 5th Year student Padraic Di Fusco who has been nominated in this year’s Bord Gáis Energy Student Theatre Awards for his performance in our 2014/15 production of  West Side Story!

Director Vicky Graham was also nominated for best director.With such a high calibre of competition and close to 3,000 entries from all over Ireland, it is a huge achievement to have made it this far. Congratulations to you both. The awards ceremony takes place on May 5th.

Jim Power, Economist, visits Friary


Jim PowerJim Power, Chief Economist at Friends First visited the college this morning and gave a very timely presentation, considering the Leaving Cert is only a few weeks away, to our Senior Cycle Economics students. In a very relaxed and informal manner he covered most important topics on the Leaving Cert. course. The students were all very upbeat and positive following the Jim’s address, saying he couldn’t have come at a better time. Many thanks to Jim for taking time out of his busy schedule to share his knowledge and experience with our students.Thanks also to Ms Shiovaun O'Sullivan who organised the visit.

ARTiculation 2016

Congratulations to Laina O'Hara (TY) who competed in the “ARTiculation” (Art Public Speaking) Regional Finals, held in Garter Lane Theatre, Waterford recently. Laina was among the two competitors chosen to go through to the National Finals, which will take place on April 12th in Lismore Castle. Many thanks to Mrs Karen Murphy who accompanied Laina and her supporters to Waterford.

Lismore Castle Arts


Farm Walk in Banteer, Co.Cork


5th and 6th Year Agricultural Science students along with their teacher Ms Joan Ann Kelleher enjoyed a farm walk at Mr Frank Murphy farm in Glen, South Banteer, Co Cork recently. This purpose built farm built in 2012regularly features on RTE’s “Ear to the Ground” programme and also UTV’s “Rare Breed”. The farm features a robotic feeding system called “Maria” which was of particular interest to the students. Many thanks to Farm Managers Áine and Padraig who gave us a guided tour of the farm.



We offer a broad curriculum enabling students to reach their academic potential, develop life-long learning skills and achieve their goals in the ultimate Leaving Certificate Examinations.


In St. Augustine's College, We offer a comprehensive guidance service to students from 1st to 6th year.


St. Augustine's College is located in Abbeyside, Dungarvan Co. Waterford, just 2.5km (5 mins by car) from Dungarvan Town Centre.


We are now able to accept payments via credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Laser) for items such as exam fees and after school study.

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Duckspool, Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland.

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