No events are planned at the moment
Business Class Reunion
There was a Reunion Night for BCFE Business graduates on Wednesday 18th April 2012, from 6.30 – 8.30 in the Anna Brett Hall, BCFE.
Leaving Cert 1980 – 1982 Reunion
Past pupils from the 1982 Leaving Cert Class organised a reunion in October/November 2011 in the Morans Red Cow Hotel on the evening of Saturday 22nd October 2011.
2011: Television Production Reunion 1988 – 2010
A reunion was organised for all past students from these courses. It took place on Wednesday 16th March 2011, in the Anna Brett Hall, Media Building of Ballyfermot College.
2010: Rock School Reunion:
This took place on Wednesday 10th March 2010. All past graduates from the last 20 years of the Rock School were invited. Up to 200 graduates attended. They were entertained by Micky Harte, Ria Cziak and Ian White’s band Seven Days, all graduates of the Rock School. Photographs and videos of performances by past students were on show. Past and present teachers were on hand to talk to the graduates including Matt Kelleghan, Francie Conway, Pete Holidai, Dave Murphy, and Jerome Morrissey who set up the Rock School. Keith Donnell from IMRO made a presentation to the College for its contribution to the music industry. Food and wine was enjoyed by all, with many people catching up on old friends. All agreed that it was a great night: photos of the night are available here.
2009: Animation Reunion: details to follow
2006: 1981 Past Pupils 25 Year Reunion:
On the 23rd March 2006 students who graduated having completed their Leaving Certificate in the College in 1981 returned for their 25-year reunion. About 50 students came, travelling from all over Ireland and even from Italy.
Food and drinks were served in the staff room and there was much catching up to do. A number of teachers also attended including Sr Maura (Magdalene), Marie Mortimer, Brian Oman, Mary and Joe O'Dwyer, and Denise Guiney.
While many of the past students had changed a lot others were very much the same, just 25 years older. Photographs were taken, old photos of their Debs and College organised hikes were shown around, and some had other mementos of their time here.
The staff room in the College was the venue for the first two hours of the reunion. Then the past pupils moved on to a local pub. There the catching up continued until way into the night. Everyone agreed that the reunion was a great success. Caroline Jones and Mary Sheridan organised the event, and we are all very grateful to them for all their hard work.