Debating Team in Ard Scoil Rís Today
Well done to our Debating Team on doing very well in their first debate today in Ard Scoil Rís. Conor, Ben and Aquilah represented our school in the debate. We would like to thank Nathan and Daniel for working on the research with the team.. Mr. O Connor, Ms. Frazer and Ms. Ryan help support our students as they develop their debating and presentation skills.
Basketball Success for 3 of Our Students
Well done to Mark , Conor and Garett who represented their school, club and families so well when winning a bronze medal at the recent all Ireland inter divisional finals. We wish all our Basketballers well in their upcoming games.
Lip Sync Battles Fundraiser
Well done to everyone for supporting our recent Lip Sync Battles Fundraiser in the South Court Hotel. We would like to extend a big thank you to all the people and companies who sponsored our various acts or took out adverts in our colour programme. It was great to see the local community come out in such large numbers to support our school.
We would also like to thank our Parent Association, Board of Management and all members of our fundraising committee, who worked tirelessly over the last few months.
Funds raised from this event will be used to enhance the educational experience of all our students. We intend to invest in a class set (30) of chromebooks and a portable storage/charging unit. This will expand our already high quality IT provision in our school.
Mungret Community College Swim Team 2018
Best of luck to on swimming team who will represent Mungret CC in the Munster Schools Swimming Finals in the University Limerick on Sunday October 21st.
Visit By Limerick Hurlers – All Ireland Champions 2018
We were honoured to welcome six members of the Limerick Hurling Team who won the Liam McCarthy Cup this year. Cian Lynch, Barry Nash, Gearoid Hegarty, Aaron Gillane, Seán Finn and Diarmuid Byrnes gave freely of their time as they shared their experience of the big day and their school memories with our students and staff. We had a great day and our students loved being able to raise the Liam McCarthy Cup themselves.
Mr Giltenane made fabulous personalised hurleys for presentation to the team members.
What a day. Thank you Mr Fitzgerald for organising this occasion for our students.
Open Night for First Year Intake 2019/2020
It was great to meet so many parent’s/guardian’s at our Open Night in the South Court Hotel, last Wednesday evening. We hope you found the evening informative and that you got a good snap shot of what life in Mungret CC is like both from a student’s, parent’s and staff point of view. If you require any further information please contact our school office.
For application form through Common Application System and Information on CAS System please click on link below.
Student Council 2018-19
It is great to see our Student Council, which is elected by our students, meeting regularly to discuss issues that are of concern to our students. It was a pleasure to have had Mr Donal Fitzgibbon in to provide the group with Leadership Training. We wish this team all the best in the year ahead as they lead the student voice in our school.
Music & Culture Night May 10th 2018 – Celebration of Year 1
‘A Community Learning Together’
School Opening……..Exciting Times Ahead
We are delighted to announce that Mungret Community College opened to our First Year Students on the 29th of August at 9am. It was great to see the scene in our court yard this morning as we welcomed our first students to our school. As can be seen in the photograph above our students were looking their best in their new uniforms. These are very exciting times for our students, their families, our dedicated staff, our interim board of management, LCETB and the local community.
On welcoming the opening of Mungret Community College Cllr. Daniel Butler (Chairperson of the Interim Board) said ‘I would like to acknowledge the great commitment of the board of management to get us to this point. In particular I would like to pay tribute to the diligence of school Principal Liam O’Mahoney ably assisted by Deputy Principal Helen Ryan in delivering a school ready to open within a tight deadline. The education of our community’s children is in great hands.’
Our Board has worked tirelessly over the last six months to ensure that our campus was ready to open on time. We thank each member of the board for their hard work, positive attitude and dedication which has been crucial to the schools development.
We would like to wish our dedicated staff many years of happiness and success in our school and thank them for the efforts they have put into the school prior to its opening. To our incoming students we hope that their expectations and dreams can be realised in a warm, caring, safe and happy environment.