Latest News and other events

Latest News and other events

CONGRATULATIONS TO VERA O'RIORDAN   Vera pictured with her parents, her Chemistry...

LEAVING CERTIFICATE 2015 STUDENTS - AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

LEAVING CERTIFICATE 2015 STUDENTS - AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  Vera O’ Riordan and Eibhlin Kelleher who have  been awarded Quercus Entrance...

ST. MARY'S TAKE PART IN BT YOUNG SCIENTIST EXHIBITION 2016

ST. MARY'S TAKE PART IN BT YOUNG SCIENTIST EXHIBITION 2016

    This year nine Transition Year students from St. Mary’s travelled to the Young...

TRANSITION YEAR NEWS

TRANSITION YEAR NEWS

 AOIFE'S WINNING PHOTO   The above photo taken by Aoife Doyle in Transition...

SPORTS NEWS

SPORTS NEWS

FIRST YEAR FOOTBALL BLITZ     Two first year teams travelled to Mallow on...

NATIONAL DAIRY COUNCIL – MILK IT AWARDS 2014

NATIONAL DAIRY COUNCIL – MILK IT AWARDS 2014

   'ST. MARY'S ARE NATIONAL SENIOR WINNERS - TWO YEARS IN A ROW!!  

CATHERINE McAULEY AWARDS - 2016

CATHERINE McAULEY AWARDS - 2016

On Tuesday, May 17th the Catherine McAuley Awards ceremony was held in the school.  There...

MACROOM CREDIT UNION BURSARY

MACROOM CREDIT UNION BURSARY

  Macroom Credit Union are delighted to be in a position to launch a bursary award for...

  • Latest News and other events

    Latest News and other events

  • LEAVING CERTIFICATE 2015 STUDENTS - AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

    LEAVING CERTIFICATE 2015 STUDENTS - AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  • ST. MARY'S TAKE PART IN BT YOUNG SCIENTIST EXHIBITION 2016

    ST. MARY'S TAKE PART IN BT YOUNG SCIENTIST EXHIBITION 2016

  • TRANSITION YEAR NEWS

    TRANSITION YEAR NEWS

  • SPORTS NEWS

    SPORTS NEWS

  • NATIONAL DAIRY COUNCIL – MILK IT AWARDS 2014

    NATIONAL DAIRY COUNCIL – MILK IT AWARDS 2014

  • CATHERINE McAULEY AWARDS - 2016

    CATHERINE McAULEY AWARDS - 2016

  • MACROOM CREDIT UNION BURSARY

    MACROOM CREDIT UNION BURSARY

Welcome to St Mary's Macroom, Co. Cork.

 

150 YEARS OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY IN MACROOM

 

During 2016 and 2017, we will be celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Sisters in Macroom.  We are inviting contributions from anyone who may have photographs, artefacts, memories and reflections for inclusion in a publication and or public exhibition.  This is particularly relevant given the closure of the convent in recent times and the enormous contribution in Primary and Secondary education, health and social care made by the Sisters since they first arrived in Macroom.  The school wishes to acknowledge and document this with a publication.  If you wish to contribute, please contact the school at (026) 41544 or (087) 2870333 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before the end of July.

 

 

PROCLAMATION DAY AT ST. MARY'S

 

 

The school community had a beautiful ceremony to commemorate 1916 on Tuesday, March 15th.  The 1916 Proclamation was read by Sinead Cronin and Ciara Creedon, with an explanation by Ms. Crowley Healy.  The new Proclamation which was written by the students of 1st, 2nd and 3rd year was read by Caoimhe O’Sullivan.  Then the National Flag was raised by the youngest student in the school Maeve Murphy from Kilbarry.   In the afternoon a mass was celebrated in St. Colman’s Church.  The Mass was read by Fr. McCarthy at which we celebrated our Irish culture through the medium of Irish language, dance, song and music.

 

 

 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM FOR 2016/2017 

 

 

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'Internet Safety'

scroll to end of this page for advice on Facebook privacy settings, the results of a survey carried out among students on the use of Facebook and the Charter for Online Use.

  


Welcome to St. Mary’s Secondary School website. We hope that it will serve you well by providing you with comprehensive information about our school.

St. Mary’s Secondary School is an all girls’ voluntary Catholic school under the trusteeship of CEIST – Catholic Education, an Irish Schools Trust.
The core values of CEIST determine the ethos, spirit and practices in our school.
They include:

  • Promoting Spiritual and Human Development
  • Achieving Quality in Teaching and Learning
  • Showing Respect for Every Person
  • Creating Community
  • Being Just and Responsible

The school was founded by the Sisters of Mercy who came to Macroom in 1865. Beginning with a school of nine pupils, the Sisters have worked tirelessly over the last 140 years to provide an education to several generations of young people. The people of the town and surrounding areas are very grateful to the Sisters of Mercy for the immense contribution they have made to the Macroom area.
Today, the school has a population of three hundred and forty students and is tremendously proud of its academic results and other achievements in both co- curricular and extra curricular activities.

 SEE CAREERS SECTION FOR CAO INFORMATION FOR PARENTS


SEE SCHOOL POLICIES SECTION FOR SCHOOL OPENING TIMES AND SUPERVISION OF PUPILS

 

 

 

Contact Us

St Marys Macroom

Tel: 026 41544

Fax: 026 42723

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Website: stmarysmacroom.ie