Brendan O’Dwyer – Principal
Message from the Principal
It is a great privilege to share what makes Scoil Mhuire a unique school.
We endeavour to contribute to the transformation of all the students in our care into mature young adults, equipped with the knowledge, skills and moral compass to embrace whatever opportunities and challenges that may come their way.
Scoil Mhuire recognises the need to adapt to the ever changing needs of today’s world and as such we continually strive to review and improve our programmes, practices, facilities and policies.
Scoil Mhuire tries to utilise the resources human, physical and financial to provide the best possible environment to cater for our diverse student population.
Welcome to the Scoil Mhuire Carrick on Suir website
Scoil Mhuire’s Mission Statement: “Scoil Mhuire is a Christian, caring community which encourages the integrated development of every individual concerned”.
Every member of this community – teachers, students, staff, parents – feel a sense of commitment and belonging.
Our principal objective is to provide for our students a broad and balanced education in all its aspects – intellectual, emotional, physical, moral and cultural. This objective is achieved within a controlled but relaxed and happy environment.
Our School History
The Mercy Sisters arrived in Carrick on Suir in 1874 to provide secondary education for girls in the town whose parents could not send them to boarding school.
The school operated as an ‘A’ school solely through the medium of Irish until 1967 and from 1974 all subjects were taught through English.
🏑🏐As the school year draws to a close we would like to acknowledge the incredible depth of sporting talent we have here in Scoil Mhuire. Pictured below are girls who are representing their county in Camogie and Football at various grades from Waterford, Kilkenny and Tipperary. We wish the girls the best of luck in both county and club competitions over the summer months and look forward to having them playing in a Scoil Mhuire jersey next year. 🏐🏑
Niamh O Keefe
Jenni O Dea
Rachel O Keefe
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Kayleigh O Shea
Rachel O Keefe
Angela McGuigan ...
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m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1258955040927569&id=378634622292953Congratulations to Jenni O'Dee who has been called up to the Kilkenny Camogie Intermediate panel. Well done Jenni 👏👏 ...
💚 ♻️ A delegation of our Greenschool committee traveled to Dublin to collect our 3rd place award from An Taisce in the Young Environmental Reporters Competition! Presenting the award was Sylvia Thompson, Environmental Reporter with The Irish Times. ♻️ 💚 @AnTaisce3
First year students from @scoilmhuirecos visited The Lingaun Water Treatment Plant in Carrick-On-Suir today to learn more about how water is treated to make it safe to drink & how they can help conserve water. #IrishWater
🏐Scoil Mhuire girls participated in TLGFA u14 Blitz in Rockwell College today. They were very unlucky to be beaten by a single point in the semi final by Templemore. A great effort, well done girls🏐 @lgfa
May 9, 2019 | News
Congratulations to the Scoil Mhuire connections on the Waterford Senior Ladies football team who won the All Ireland Division 2 league final last weekend. Pictured, is fifth year student, Cora Murray celebrating with Scoil Mhuire past pupils, Shauna Dunphy and her...
May 9, 2019 | News
Congratulations to Scoil Mhuire students who played with the Kilkenny U16 Camogie teams in All Ireland finals on Saturday. Aine Doyle and Patsy Kenny played with the U16A team beating Dublin in the Leinster Final by 4-15 to 1-13 Ciara Dunne, Lauren Comerford, Niamh O...
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Scoil Mhuire Carrick on Suir
Scoil Mhuire is a Christian, caring community which encourages the integrated development of every individual concerned
Greenhill, Carrick on Suir, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Phone: 051-640383 l Email: email@example.com