Beauty and The Beast at St. Louis

As the chilly winds and shorter days of Autumn descended upon the Mournes, the staff and students of St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel, warmed many hearts with their magnificent production of Beauty and the Beast. Playing to a packed house over four nights (plus a matinee as well for the local primary schools), this musical of magic, love and jealousy was a real treat to all who were fortunate to see it. Directed by Head of Music at St. Louis, ...

Hey Now, You’re an All-Star! (4 Times)

St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel have a proud sporting tradition to mirror its reputation as a leading academic institution across the province. The school is proud to boast numerous Ulster championships in Gaelic Football (both male and female) and Camogie. Football titles have been won at All-Ireland level and there have been a few near misses with Camogie. Through all the team endeavours, there was always one or two shining lights who excelled and caught the attention of their opponents ...

Year 11 Controlled Assessment Files for Parents

For the attention of year 11 Parents and Pupils.Please see below the links for the year 11 controlled assessment files:Controlled Assessment DatesControlled Assessment PowerPointIf you have any concerns, please contact Mr Morgan or Mr Brown.

Tickets on sale from 2nd October

St Louis is glad to announce that the tickets for Beauty and the Beast will be available for sale from the school office from 2/10/18 (tomorrow). Tickets cannot be reserved on the phone. Pupils / parents must come into the office to pay.The office will sell tickets at break and lunch time. Parents / pupils are able to buy particular seats. However, seats are allocated on a first come first served basis. Tickets are priced: £10 for adults / £6 ...

Student Leadership Team elected at St. Louis

St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel have recently announced the names of those students who have been elected to the posts of Head Boy and Girl and those who fill the roles of Deputy Head Boy and Girl.These prestigious posts are the result of the students, initially, being elected as a Senior Prefect during Year 13 by both peers and teachers. Applicants then undergo an application process which involves completing a detailed application forms and attending an interview with the Senior ...