Enrolment 2021-2022

Enrolment for the year 2021/22 is now open

All forms and documentation are available for download on our Website

Scoil Mhuire Strokestown

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Welcome To Scoil Mhuire Strokestown

Our school has a long tradition of excellence in education. Each of our students are valued and cared for as a part of a learning community, we believe in enabling each student to achieve their full potential. We are constantly striving to do our best for our students, creating a good, caring, disciplined learning environment where our students can flourish.

We encourage and challenge our students on a daily basis, we are committed to the holistic development of each of our students so they will become well rounded individuals who will contribute positively to their community.

We believe in and value parental involvement, we have a very vibrant Parents association and need parents to become involved in school life. We believe parent’s involvement in their child’s education is a key factor to their child’s success in school and life.

In our school we offer the best of teaching to the highest standard, with a very broad range of subjects and with many extra-curricular activities. Our facilities are to a very high standard which is a great benefit to our students.

We would be delighted to welcome your child to our school, we have been serving the community of Strokestown and surrounding area for many years now and look forward to continuing this rich tradition of education into the future.

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The Pauline and Bunnie Jones Scholarship virtual launch celebrating academic achievement.

Scoil Mhuire is delighted to be participating in the formal announcement of the extension of the Pauline and Bunnie Jones Scholarship at NUI Galway virtual launch, with the Jones family on Thursday 6th May at 2pm. The 2020/2021 recipients of the scholarship from our...

Bus Éireann School Transport

Applications for School Transport for the new school year 2021/2022 are now opened. The deadline for applying for school transport is on the 30th April 2021. Parents and guardians who have enrolled a new student for the 2021/2022 academic year and require school...

Important Information for Leaving Certificate Students: Leaving Certificate Self Service Portal 2021

Please see attached, Leaving Certificate Information For Students, Parents and Guardians: 2021-LCAccredited-Grades-Short-Info-for-Students-and-ParentsDownload EV-CSSP-Before-You-Start-Guide-2021-FINALDownload The Leaving Certificate Candidate Self Service Portal...

Important Information relating to the Arrangements for the Leaving Certificate Examinations 2021

Revised Completion Dates for Leaving Certificate Practical Coursework

Letter from the Deputy Chief Medical Officer to Parents & Guardians

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Back to School Advice for Parents and Guardians

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Leaving Certificate Timetable 2021

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Enrolment 2021-2022

Enrolment for the year 2021/22 is now open All forms and documentation are available for download on our Website

Welcome To Our New Website

Scoil Mhuire, in conjunction with Orbital Computing Ltd., has just released it's brand new website. Please take a look around!

New Covid Policies

Scoil Mhuire, in line with public health policy, has developed policies to keep your young people safe during these turbulent times. Check them out over here on our policies page!

Scoil Mhuire Mission Statement

Scoil Mhuire Strokestown is a caring Christian community, valuing all students equally irrespective of ability.

 

Adhering to the Ceist philosophy we aim to adopt a holistic approach to education; enabling all students to achieve their full potential in all areas – intellectual, physical, spiritual, social and cultural.

 

We aim to foster teamwork, collegiality and inclusivity within the staff. We aim to build upon the talent, skills and professionalism of the staff to devise and develop, in a coordinated and collaborative manner, the appropiate strategies to address the challenges of modern education.

 

Within our teaching we aim to encourage a sense of responsibility, self-discipline and self-motivation among students.

 

We aim to foster a mutually respecting and supportive relationship between management, staff, parents, as well as the wider community.