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Musica Vivit 2019 Video

Click on the link below to find details on how to get your own personal download copy of this years Gala Evening Of Musica Vivit at The University Of Limerick Concert Hall

Irish Schools Athletics

Good luck to our athletes as they prepare to take on the “creme de la creme” of Schools athletics from the 4 provinces in Tullamore on Saturday. The CCR athletes competing are Max Flynn (Junior Hammer), Greg Fitzgerald (Junior High Jump), Sean Frawley (Inter Shot and Hammer) and our Senior […]

Sports Awards

On Monday night of last week the College held its annual sports awards ceremony in the recreation hall. The Principal, Mr. Grealish, gave the opening address during which he thanked all of the boys for their participation in sports throughout the year and highlighted to them how sports improves all […]

Gradam Aodh Mhic Domhnaill

Congratulations to Cian Quinn 5th year, the winner of the inaugural Gradam Aodh Mhic Domhnaill for his achievement in Gaeilge. This award was presented in the memory of Mr. Hugh McDonnell a former Principal of Cistercian College and a teacher of Gaeilge who had a love for Irish culture. Hugh […]

Presentation and Blessing of the College Minibus

The official presentation and blessing of the new College minibus took place on Friday May 24th last. The bus was presented to the College by the wife and family of the late Michael McDonagh (CCR 1976-1982). The McDonagh family were welcomed to the College by Mr. Andrew Cody a former […]

5th Years enjoy surfing at Lahinch

Yesterday our 5th year students travelled to Lahinch with their teachers Mr. O’Brien and Mr. Brussels where they enjoyed an afternoon of surfing. Afterwards they relaxed at the Omniplex in Limerick where they watched a film.    

TY Trip to Barcelona

  At 1 a.m. on Thursday morning last a group of 24 TY students left the college to catch the 6.15 a.m. flight to Barcelona to begin their 4 day tour. First stop was the city of Barcelona,   where they had time to stroll on Las Ramblas and have lunch. […]

TY climb highest mountain!

On Thursday having just recovered from their trip to Barcelona, the Transition Year students set off early in the morning to climb Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest mountain, accompanied by their two teacher Mr. Flor. O’Brien and Mr. John O’Meara.