Our Transition Year students celebrated Christmas yesterday with dinner they prepared and assisted by Home Economics teacher, Ms Farrell. A great day was had and congratulations to all involved for the hard work in preparing for this occasion.
Congratulations to our Fifth Year students who were involved in the SVP Hamper Appeal as part of their Youth for Social Justice Project. Congratulations to all involved.
Christmas Exams for 1st, 2nd and 5th Year students will commence on Friday, 18th December. Timetables are as follows: Click to download First Year Timetable December 2015 Click to download Second Year Timetable December 2015 Click to download Fifth Year Timetable December 2015
Our First Year students who participated in the Shoe Box Appeal 2015. Well done to all involved.
Mayo SPCA visited our Transition Year students last week in conjunction with their YSI project on Animal Cruelty. This will be followed up by a visit to the kennels in Ballyhaunis.
In The Irish Times Feeder Schools Report, published on Thursday December 3rd, the third-level progression rate for St Joseph’s Community College in Charlestown, Co Mayo, was recorded as 33 per cent. In fact, 89 per cent of the school’s students progressed to third-level. We published the figures about St Joseph’s as provided in good faith… Read more »
St Joseph’s Community College welcome news announced by an Taoiseach yesterday that the school will receive funding under the Capital School’s Programme, worth in excess of 1 million Euro. St Joseph’s is one of nine Mayo schools to benefit to be granted capital investment.
Junior Certificate Christmas exams take place from 24th – 27th November. Click below to see more information.
Leaving Certificate Christmas exams take place from 25th – 27th November.
Ronan Concannon, analytical scientist with Boston Scientific spoke with students last Monday as part of Science Week 2015. Ronan spoke about the importance of Chemistry in everyday lives, Chemistry as a subject at second and third level and Chemistry as a career. Ronan also works with Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) on a voluntary basis.