Videos by De La Salle Waterford in Waterford. “De La Salle College, Waterford, is an all-boys Catholic school.
This week 1KM have been busy researching the benefits of growing spinach, and their favourite local and Irish food brands. They have also commenced work on their own food brand.
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De la salle college first yr hurling blitz 70 players getting ready to play . Doing their pre match prayer.
The Spinach Competition
This week 1KM have been busy researching the benefits of growing spinach, and their favourite local and Irish food brands. They have also commenced work on their own food brand. #GROW2CEO @GIYIreland @CullyandSully @ArdkeenQFS @FlahavansIRL
A Night Of Motivational Talks
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De La Salle College & Laurel Hill Coláiste Concert
On Saturday January 19th, a concert featuring De La Salle College Senior and First Year Choirs and the Laurel Hill Colaiste Girls Choir from Limerick took place at the Sacred Heart Church, The Folly, Waterford City. Over 200 young singers performed popular classics such as The Hallelujah Chorus, The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves, And So it Goes by Billy Joel, Only You by The Flying Pickets, Africa by Toto, Adiemus by Carl Jenkins, Dreams by Dolores O Riordan and the Cranberries, Close Every Door from Joseph, Something by the Beatles and many more beautiful pieces. It was a night to remember and one could only wonder at the skill, talent, energy and enthusiasm of the young choristers. The combined choirs took on some really challenging music while at the same time making it sound effortless and also attractive for the listener. The big audience loved it and there were several standing ovations. One wonders how it was possible to deliver such a big programme to such a high standard given that the choirs only got together on Friday afternoon. Well both choirs have fine reputations and are regular competitors in national choral competitions. In fact, they will compete against one another at the Cork International Choral Festival in April. However, there is also a great willingness on the part of all the singers to put in the long hours of rehearsal necessary for a top class performance. But key to the superb performance and to the enjoyment of the young people is Orla Colgan Ahern who was the conductor of the massed choirs. Orla is a brilliant choir woman who can show the young people how to make the music sound beautiful and who also has the special gift of being able to coax just the right sound from the choir. Indeed, she is one of those very special teachers who never has to raise her voice! She was superb on Saturday evening. Billy O Brien, a past pupil of DLS, currently studying for a Ph.D in performance in the Royal Irish Academy of Music in Dublin, was a maste
DLS Junk Koture 2018
Best of Luck to 'Red Weather Yellow Weather' and 'Steam Punk' tomorrow in the final of Junk Koture
Both outfits from De La Salle will compete in the national final of Junk Kouture in the 3 Arena Dublin on April 19th.They are the only successful entries from all of Co Waterford so not only do they represent their school but also their county. Students involved in creating these outfits are, ‘Red Weather Yellow Weather’ Wayne Pepper(model), Craig Cunningham and Edward Mulally ‘STEAM Punk’ Angel Agharia (model) Sam Walsh and Tom O Hanlon. Their art teacher is Nikki Lee. Well done to all.