Past pupils

Past Pupil Colm Working with European Central Bank

Congratulations to past pupil, Colm Burke, who featured in an Irish Independent article marking International Day of Persons with Disabilties. Colm, from Glasnevin, is living with cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair.
He studied Business Information Systems at the National College of Ireland (NCI) and got a job at the Office of the Revenue Commissioners in Dublin Castle last year after a lengthy job search. While attending International Careers Fair he met executives from the European Central Bank (ECB) who offered him the chance to relocate to Germany to work.

European Gold Medal for Greta

Great news from the European Para Athletics Championships in Berlin. Past pupil, Greta Streimikyte (LCA 2013), has won gold in the T13 1500 m. Greta was fourth in the Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016. She is a Business Management masters student in the DCU Business School. Watch the final 200m here:
Well done Greta, we are so proud of you.

Greta Sets New Irish Record

Past pupil, Greta Streimikyte, set a new Irish record of 4.51.75 during her heat yesterday (Thursday, 8 September 2016) in the T13 1500m race. She finished third in her heat and has now qualified for the final on Saturday. Greta's previous personal best was 4.48.85, placing her fourth in the rankings. Her rise has been magnificent as only last May she took 6 seconds off her then personal best to be second in the world rankings at the time.

Best of luck, Greta!

Greta Streimikyte relaxes after training
Greta Streimikyte (from

We would like to wish past pupil. Greta Streimikyte, every success participating in the Paralympics starting soon in Rio. Greta completed her Leaving Certificate Applied in 2013 and is now a student of International Relations in DCU. She is running in the 1500m (T13 clasification) heats on Thursday, 8 September at approximately 3.30pm Irish time.. The final is on Saturday, 10 September at approximately 3.10pm.

The Class of 2016!

Conor O'Reilly holding his Leaving Certificate

Congratulations to all our students who did so well in their leaving certificate. All of them have secured places at third level and we wish them every success as they pursue their chosen courses.

Pictured is Conor O'Reilly who was delighted upon opening his results to find he achieved 525 points. Conor will soon commence a Secondary teaching course in St. Patrick's College, Drumcondra.

Congratulations Conor and all our sixth years.
We wish you all every success.

Patrick Morgan Champion Golfer

Congratulations to past pupil, Patrick Morgan, who was runner up in the US Blind Open Golf Championship recently. Patrick completed his leaving certificate in June 2015 and has achieved greatness in the sporting world since. Well done, Patrick, we are proud of you!

For a video of one of Patrick's tee shots, check out the following link:

Ready, Steady, Go for our Third Level Students

They have ended up in UCD, DCU, NUI Maynooth, DIT, Blanchardstown IT, Tallaght IT, Dublin Business School, Dundalk IT, Killester College, Marino College, Coláiste Dhulaigh, Whitehall College, Plunkett College, Ballsbridge College and Ballyfermot College. At this time of the year our thoughts turn to our past pupils. The summer is over, the post exam holidays seem like an eternity away. The summer jobs are fading into the memory as fast as the money earned is spent! Around now, most will be starting their third level life. Good luck to you all!

Links to businesses run by past pupils

Warren Faye Art

In order to support our past pupils who have started their own businesses, Rosmini Community School has decided to include a link to relevant sites in our list of links. The first business in this category is that run by Warren Faye, an artist whose works feature in both Ireland and the United States. He has recently designed and produced wonderful calendars to commemorate the Battle of Clontarf. We wish Warren well and congratulate him on his marvellous work. His work can be viewed on .