Senior Captains support younger pupils in Glasgow
The Head Pupils and Senior School Captains for the new academic year at St Aloysius’ College in Glasgow have been announced. At the Senior School Assembly in St Aloysius Church, Liam Martin and Nicole Donnelly were named as Head Boy and Head Girl respectively by Depute Head, Mrs Isabelle Erskine and were presented with their distinguishing Captains Ties alongside the other Senior pupils who will be Captains.
The autumn term in schools in Scotland starts in the third week of August. The Head Boy and Head Girl at St Aloysius’ College will serve as representatives for the school throughout the year along with ten College Captains who will help support younger pupils through service, guidance and example.
At the Senior School Assembly, Liam and Nicole (pictured below) led their fellow College Captains to the front of St Aloysius Church where each pupil received a Captain’s Tie and congratulations from the Head of the Senior School, Mr Frank Reilly, and enthusiastic applause from their fellow pupils and proud teachers.
Academic and co-curricular achievements
St Aloysius’ College was founded by the Society of Jesus in September 1859, with the aim of educating Catholic boys in and around Glasgow. In addition to its original 19th century buildings, the College’s Garnethill campus now includes a state-of-the-art Junior School and the Clavius building for Maths, Science and Technology.
Standing before pupils and staff in St Aloysius Church, Mrs Erskine said it was an honour to announce the newest set of St Aloysius’ College Captains and congratulated them on all they had achieved in their academic and co-curricular pursuits.
The full list of Senior School Captains is available on the St Aloysius’ College website.