The Prometheans are a group of 30 students that are involved in the arts in Hamilton High School, from 1st to 6th Year.
The Prometheans have undertaken numerous artistic initiatives in the school.
We set up a new library in the school, which helps encourage students from all years to read more, especially in this modern age of technology.
We set up the annual Be Inspired Awards for Hamilton High School, which recognised the talents of creative students in the school across various categories (creative writing, photography, art and music).
The Prometheans are setting up a website to compile the work of our members and all students for all to appreciate. We hope that such a forum will allow students the opportunities express their creative talents.
Finally, the Prometheans are producing a documentary on Hamilton High School itself and its rich history. We were supported in this endeavour by the NAPD, who helped us out with a grant to get the documentary off the ground.
The Prometheans hope that in the future Hamilton High School students continue to express themselves and inspire others to also develop their creative talents, which are just as necessary in the modern world as they have ever been before.
“Talent is a pursued interest. Anything that you’re willing to practice, you can do.”
― Bob Ross
By Gerald O’Donovan and Joseph Dennehy, Senior Editors.
MEET THE TEAM
JUNIOR CYCLE MEMBERS
Kevin Dart O’Flynn
SENIOR CYCLE MEMBERS
Liam Ó Donnchadha
Uisliú Ó Hickey