Keith Higgins recently visited St. Joseph’s to launch our school bank. He is pictured here with some First Year students.
Our Transition Year students celebrate the end of a successful year with a dinner they prepared. Congratulations to all!
Timetable for First, Second and Fifth Year Summer Exams is now available in the downloads section.
There was great excitement in the school on Thursday, May 7th when the school held its inaugural Talent show in the hall. The acts were very varied from Ms Rudolf’s majestic handstand (or was it hand-walk?) to Seán McGarry and his spellbinding rendition of the Ducky song. A huge congratulations to everyone who took part… Read more »
Some of St Joseph’s students celebrating Mayo Day this afternoon.
On the 30th of April, 2015, our second year students visited the Dáil as part of their CSPE curriculum. Madame Ryan and Mr Conway accompanied them on their trip, where they witnessed the workings of parliament and toured Leinster House. It was a very successful trip and a big thank you to Mayo deputy Dara Calleary for… Read more »
Tá roinn na Gaeilge fíor-shásta len nuacht go bhfuair beirt dhalta ón scoil scoláireachtaí chun na Gaeltachta. Buíochas le ETB Maigh Eo, Sligeach agus Liatroma, beidh Pádraig Duffy ón idirbhliain agus Laura Egan ón gcúigiú bhliain ag freastal ar choláiste samhraidh i mí an Mheithimh. Go n-éirí go geal leo! Bhí scrúdaitheoir na scoláireachtaí an-tógtha… Read more »
St.Joseph’s Charlestown……………..0 Glenamaddy Community School………….3 Goals:21,38,47 A well drilled defensive Glenamaddy kept St.Joseph’s scoreless for the first time this season and in doing so managed to find the net on three occasions themselves to deservingly go through to the Connaught u.17 Final where they will meet Belmullet who overcame Foxford by 3 goals to 2…. Read more »
Hard luck to our U17 team who were defeated today by Glenamaddy Community School. Read the match report in our Sports News section
Congratulations to our U17 soccer team who won the Connaught Quarter Final yesterday. Coláiste Chroí Mhuire – 2 St. Joseph’s Community College – 2 (AET) St. Joseph’s won 3 – 2 on penalties. Well done to all involved.