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New Crescent Book celebrating 150 years launched

This book is a celebration of one hundred and fifty years of Jesuit education in Limerick city. It is a collection of snapshots and portraits, memoirs and reflections of Crescent College past and present. All of the contributors are either past pupils, or current or past teachers of the school. One of the ideas of Jesuit eduction is to help …

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Crescent in Print

Crescent past pupils and teachers are prolific writers and have published in a wide range of fields. The book collection was started in 2006 in order to create a permanent record of these achievements. The book collection is housed in the school library in Dooradoyle. If you have published a book and would like it to be included in the …

Celebration Dinner – Sat 6th March 2010

An Evening of celebration and thanksgiving for the Sesquicentenary year will be held at Crescent College Comprehensive, Dooradoyle, Limerick on Saturday, 6th March 2010. The evening will commence at 7.15 pm with a drinks reception to launch the Past Pupils Union website, followed by dinner, music and entertainment. For tickets (€40 single, €70 couple, and €300 for a table of ten) and …

Class of 1990 – 20 Year reunion on 17th April 2010

The year was 1990. “Nothing Compares to You” by Sinead O’Connor, “Vogue” by Madonna and “Killer” by Adamski were UK Number Ones.  In Ireland .. Italia 90 fever gripped the country and “Put ‘Em Under Pressure” was the appropriate soundtrack to the Leaving Cert. The class of 1990 are planning a reunion this year organised by Jerry Twomey. EVENT DETAILS Date: …

Crescent 150 Dinner, Dublin

The 150th Anniversary of the founding of Crescent College was celebrated at a special dinner held in Dublin on Saturday Nov 7th 2009. The evening was open to past pupils and former staff and their partners, from recent past-pupils of the Dooradoyle school to more veteran pupils from O’Connell St.

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Celebracion de Musica

In October, two past pupils from the world of music Bill Whelan (Class of 1968) and Réamonn Keary (Class of 1979) acted as adjudicators for the Celebracion de Musica, which featured choirs and orchestras from our fellow Jesuit schools in Ireland.