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Strangest results day

Wednesday, 9th September, 2020 10:25am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Strangest results day

IT was an emotional morning for Ciara Skeritt and her mum Sharon. Photo: Ray Ryan

Strangest results day

IT was an emotional morning for Ciara Skeritt and her mum Sharon. Photo: Ray Ryan

LEAVING Cert students returned to their schools in Tuam this week to celebrate their results despite them being issued online in what has been a historic and disruptive year for the State exams.

Calculated grade results were issued to students online on Monday morning, with many students opting to visit their schools to share their success.

At least two students in the town achieved the maximum 625 points with Presentation College and Mercy Secondary School celebrating top marks.

Read this story and see Leaving Cert results celebration photographs in this week's edition of The Tuam Herald, on sale in shops and online www.tuamherald.ie

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