The work by Castleisland Community College in the area of sustainable development has been recognised by the Department of Education.
Staff and students at the school have been invited to meet the Minister for Education, Norma Foley, this morning to showcase the outstanding work they've done to address climate change and climate justice.
The school has 4 Green Flags. This year they took part in the Global Air Quality Campaign, an international testing of air quality funded by NASA and the Environmental Protection Agency.
They've also won nationals awards for their work on the physics of bees.
The meeting will also be addressed by a spokesperson for UNICEF and Kerry ETB.