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In 1962, the Sisters of Jesus and Mary decided to set up a special class in their national school, Scoil Íde, in Árd na Mara. This class was known as ‘secondary tops’ and was designed to move the girls into secondary level. On September 1, 1965, the nuns opened a new secondary school in a house named ‘Salerno’ on Revagh Road, Rockbarton. They had 65 pupils. The school grew in popularity, the population increased, and there was no room for expansion, so the nuns found a new site on Threadneedle Road and moved into a brand new building there in 1981.
Salerno have won this year's All Ireland Schools Under 15 B Girls' Cup in dramatic fashion at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght.
The Salerno 5k SuperRun will take place on May 9 with students, family members, staff and friends of Salerno invited to walk, jog or run the 5k route in aid of a new sports hall for Salerno Secondary School.
The students of Salerno Secondary School visited Renault Galway to see first hand if Bill Cullen and his representative in Galway Cathal Byrne, needed some new apprentices.