The bodies of two teenagers from Dublin who died in separate accidents on the Greek island of Ios over the weekend are being prepared for repatriation.
Max Wall and Andrew O'Donnell attended St. Michael's College when they were both 18 years old.
After going missing on Friday night following a night out, Andrew's body was discovered on Sunday morning in a rocky area. It's believed he may have dropped.
Irish broadcaster RTÉ reported that Max passed away on the island's port a few hours later.
Both men's bodies will be examined posthumously on Tuesday in Athens.
Greek authorities are still looking into each death's specific circumstances.
It is believed that the Garda (Irish police) are assisting the investigation.
To celebrate passing their Leaving Certificate exams, about 90 students from St. Michael's College had traveled to the Greek island.
Tim Kelleher, the principal of St. Michael's, declared that the deaths have left the school community "absolutely devastated.".
He declared on RTÉ's Morning Ireland: "We are devastated. These are two fantastic young men with their lives ahead of them, and our community is very close-knit. ".
Students returning from the island will be able to access counseling services at the school, which will remain open.
A memorial service has been planned for later this week, along with the opening of a book of condolences and vigil.
On Tuesday, Ireland's World Rugby U20 Championship match against Fiji will go on as scheduled, with players honoring the deceased by donning black armbands.
Before the game, there will also be a moment of silence.
Six members of the team's panel were once St. Michael's College students and were familiar with the teenagers.
Additionally, the team is grieving the passing of one of its players' fathers.
Prior to the game on Monday, head coach Richie Murphy sent his condolences to the families of the teenagers.
"This is a very difficult time. Naturally, we are deeply saddened to learn about the deaths of two St. Michael's boys, Max Wall and Andrew O'Donnell," he said.
"There are several St. Six members of the squad who are Michael's friends and are well-versed in them.
And as an Irishman and the father of children that age, I feel terrible for them. The Wall and O'Donnell families have our deepest sympathies.