Best of luck to SAOL Christian School
THERE is a new kid in town when it comes to education in Drogheda.
The SAOL Christian School opened in September with Patron and principal Sharon Reilly at the helm.
With fellow teacher, Charissa Huckfield, they operate out of a superb looking premises on the North Strand.
Sharon has almost ten years previous experience working in a Christian School in Ireland and decided to open a Christian School in her home town. In 2017 she decided to start working on the founding of SAOL (Irish for “LIFE”) Christian School.
At SAOL , they do not use the Irish National Curriculum. Instead they offer students the A.C.E. (Accelerated Christian Education) programme.
Students work at their own rate and level.
The school policy states: ‘It is our aim to provide an education package for the whole person which will lead to success academically, spiritually, physically, emotionally, socially, and even economically.
‘It is our hope that our students will grow to be people who are able to contribute in works of service to the church and to the world. They should be able to spread the gospel and take their place in church and civil life.’
It is a private school, but they hope to build up their funds to build their own school in the future.