On Tuesday 22nd of September both TY classes travelled to Ennis to attend a talk on enterprise and starting a business. Schools from across the county attended the event in the West County Hotel. Most of us did not know what to expect, but we were quickly informed by the event’s enthusiastic host, Theresa Mulvihill. […]
From Thursday the 15th of October to Sunday the 18th, Scoil Mhuire will be showcasing their musical production of the timeless classic “Guys and Dolls”. This musical noted for some of its memorable songs such as “I’ve Never Been In Love Before” and “Sit Down Your Rocking The Boat”. It first premièred on Broadway in […]
A letter was recently given to all TY students with information about the Ploughing Championships trip this coming Thursday. A copy of this letter is below.
The Munster Junior & Senior Golf Championships took place in Adare Manor on Friday 18th September. The students representing the schools were as follows. Senior Team Ciara McInerney & Suzanne Connelly. 5th Year Junior Team Niamh Mc Mahon. 2nd Year Niamh O Dwyer. 2nd Year Lisa Conneelly. 2nd Year. Individual Competitor Rachel Woods. 1st Year. […]
Congratulations to Elaine Shannon who took part in the Irish and British Mountain Running Championships in Bettws Y Coed, Wales on Saturday 19th September. Elaine finished first of the Irish competitors in the race.
On Friday 18th September Scoil Mhuire followed the annual tradition of celebrating Mercy Day with a school mass. This is also a lovely way to mark the beginning of the year and bless all students for months to come. We extend our gratitude to Fr. Cummins for celebrating the mass with us and also to […]
On Wednesday the 16th of September, the whole of Scoil Mhuire TY embarked on the annual TY trip to Doolin. With much excitement and heavily packed bags the year group departed from the school at 10am on Wednesday. With promising weather and great enthusiasim from everyone in the year group it was bound to be […]
Rehearsals are going strong for the upcoming Scoil Mhuire musical Guys and Dolls. Cast members and dancers have been taking part in dedicated rehearsals with Peter Kennedy and Ms. Dooley while Ms. Collins has been taking measurements for costumes. The exciting event is approaching fast and is shaping up well!
Thanks for Deirdre Scanlon, Community Liaison Officer and Sergeant Joe Downey who addressed the whole school assembly this morning. They spoke to all students about their own and advised students about the safety and consequences of their actions in the community. It was a very highly informative and valuable address.
Scoil Mhuire Secondary School, Ennistymon has topped the charts in Co. Clare in the Sunday Times ‘Definitive Guide to Ireland’s Top 400 Schools’. This league table ranks the top 400 schools in Ireland according to progression to University and is based on the average proportion of pupils gaining places in autumn 2012,2013 and 2014 at […]