Dear parent/guardian, As you are aware our school app will officially come into effect from Monday, 1st October. It will further enhance communications between the school and to/from parents/guardians and students. We will also be accepting absentee notes and permissions notes via the app, marking the migration from the student journal for this purpose. It is… Read more »
Junior and senior cycle booklists are now available to download from the links below: Junior Cycle Booklist 2018_2019 Senior Cycle Booklist 2018 2019 Used book sale will take place in the school hall on Friday, 22nd June from 2-4pm.
Congratulations to Amy Mahon,goalkeeper for the Connacht u15 Inter Provincial All Ireland winners 2018 with her medal
The summer edition of our school’s newsletter is now available. Please click on the link below to view. Newsletter summer 2018
St. Josephs U17s bowed out of the Cup at the quarter final stage to a well drilled Seamount Kinvara at the wonderful Mervue Utd Astroturf on Tuesday afternoon in Galway. The game started in glorious sunshine and finished with a hailstorm! The Mayo side were still in with a shout approaching the final 10 minutes… Read more »
A Magical Midfield display from Maestro Mahon warms up a bitterly cold day in Sligo as St. Joes u17s look to progress in this year’s competition. Their fate will be known later in the week when other results are finalised. Ballinode provided the opposition on this occasion and with a hail storm howling around the… Read more »
Junior and Leaving certificate mock exam timetables are now available online to download.
Saint Joseph’s Community College Christmas newsletter is now available. Click here to view. Happy Christmas!
St. Paul’s Oughterard won through to the Connacht Cup Semi Finals with a devastating 10-minute spell midway through the first half in which they notched 4 goals without reply at the expense of a St. Joseph’s side that battled bravely to the very end but to no avail against the unbeaten Galway kingpins. The difference… Read more »
St. Joseph’s u15 boys travelled to Castlebar on Tuesday to take on Group colleagues Glenamaddy, Enniscrone and near neighbours Swinford. For Charlestown’s St Josephs it ended with the old Irish Proverb “tús maith, leath na h oibre!” (a good start is half the work!) being proved wrong on this occasion! St. Joes started very well… Read more »