Our Prefects

Head Girl

Mary Igbinigun

Head Boy

Eniola Olumeyan

Vice Captain

Kym Reid

Vice Captain

Sean Brady

Welcome from Head Boy & Head Girl


My name is Mary Igbinigun and I am delighted to be the Head Girl of Balbriggan Community College for 2021/2022. This is an amazing opportunity and I feel very honoured to have been given this role, being able to represent Balbriggan Community College both internally and externally is something I take great pride in.

I believe this is a very important role as school captains provide an important liaison between students and teachers. I look forward to working with the different members of the school community to continue to develop the positive school ethos that makes the school a great place to be.

My main goal over the course of this year is to continue to increase and encourage student participation in all areas of our school. In this productive yet enjoyable learning environment students here are able to set high aspirations for ourselves and are challenged by our teachers to be the best we can. BCC is constantly improving and innovating to make sure we, as students, have everything we need to reach our full potential. Many opportunities are available to us as students to develop our skills, not only academically but in other areas as well. I encourage all students to take advantage of these opportunities and I aim to emphasise this message throughout the year.

I would like to congratulate the rest of the school captains and all of the prefects, I look forward to working with you all.

Best wishes,

Mary Igbinigun.

Hello Everyone,

On behalf of Balbriggan Community College, I would like to welcome you all to the 2021/2022 academic year. My name is Eniola Olumeyan, the current Head boy of the school and I am highly privileged to have been chosen to hold this esteemed role. I look forward to working with you all.

As a school community, respect, excellence and discipline in all aspects of school life are virtues we take utmost pride in. Amidst the current pandemic situation, we must strive every day to make sure these vital virtues can be found in everything we do. I encourage prefect and students to work hand in hand with the school staff and management to make our great institution’s atmosphere a positive and conducive learning environment for growth. From the classroom to the gym, we must make ensure that excellence and respect can been seen in everything we do.

I am in my last year of secondary school currently and I plan to make the most out of it. This includes taking advantages of the excellent opportunities the school has to offer and making the best of it. I urge you all to do the same as they will help you develop life skills that would be extremely useful to you even beyond your stay in school.

Though the past few years have been challenging, being where we are today means that we overcame those challenges and came out stronger than we were. We do not know what the new academic year holds but we can all be rest assured that with the combined effort of different members of the school community in helping each other any way we can, we will become the best version of ourselves and reach our full potential.

By working alongside my fellow capable captains and amazing prefects, we hope to become trustworthy sources of encouragement and motivation to everyone both in and out of school and with the help of my fellow head captain, Mary, we aim to create and implement ideas that will make this prestigious school community an innovative and inspiring place to be. Finally, I will do my best to be a good role model to all the students by demonstrating excellence, discipline and respect all through the way. Once again, I look forward to working with you all.

Eniola Olumeyan.