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Graduation Mass 2016

Following on from Tuesdays earlier ceremony, the Leaving Cert Class of 2016 accompanied by their parents, guardians and teachers attended their Graduation Mass. Celebrated by Fr. Séan Henry, on a beautiful summer's evening the mass focussed on the theme of Hope and looked back on the girls journey from timid first year students to confident, mature women as they take their next steps in life. 

Accompanied by beautiful musical arrangements by the Leaving Certs themselves and eulogies from Ms. Maher, Ms. Nugent and Head Girl Hazel Byrne, it was a wonderful send off for the Class of 2016. The Parent's Council presented the girls with a small gift and Fr. Séan kindly handed graduates with religious medals as a keepsake.

Refreshments, served by Mrs. Morris, were enjoyed after the service. Students, parents met with teachers past and present to show their appreciation.

A massive word of thanks goes to Ms. S Byrne, Ms. Monica Farrell, Mr. Marmion and Mr. McKenna for putting the entire service together.


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Farewell to the Class of 2016

On Tuesday May 24th, we said goodbye to the Leaving Cert Class of 2016.


Tributes were paid by Ms. Maher, Ms. Kiernan, Ms. Nugent and Head Girl Hazel Byrne to all students in concluding their years in Scoil Mhuire. From the stars of stage, to heroes on the sportsfield, to our awarding winning violinist, to the inaugural Smile of the Year winner, the girls were honoured for their various acheivements and contributions throughout the school year, in front of a packed school hall of students past and present. 


Congratulations to all award winners;

Student of the Year winners - Rebecca O'Brien and Emma Thornton

Sportsperson of the Year - Alannah Hannon and Ciara Regan

CEIST Award Winner - Orla White

Contribution to Music - Aleksandra Malinowska

and special mention to the incoming Head Girl Ruth Sherlock and Deputy Head Girl Rose Higgins.


Everyone at Scoil Mhuire wish the girls the very best, as they take their next steps in life.

Be it college, university or employment they seek, we know you will give it your best!


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Leinster Schools Track & Field

The Leinster Schools Track & Field Championships took place on Wednesday 11th and Saturday 14th May in Santry Stadium, Dublin. Lili`O’Connor and Zoe McEvoy competed in the Minor 75m Hurdles for Lili and the Minor HJ for Zoe.  Lili was pipped for 1st place but qualified for the All Ireland Schools T&F Championships in June.  Zoe was joint 3rd in the High Jump but missed out qualifying for the All Irelands’ on count back.  So she came in 4th place.  Disappointing for Zoe as she jumped very well, and it was her first time in the Leinster Schools Championships.

Alannah Gonsalves, Ciara Maguire, Sarah Daly, Sarah Ennis and Hannah Gilligan competed on the Saturday in Santry.  Alannah competed in the Long Jump and qualified for the All Irelands’ by coming 2nd with an excellent jump of 5.35m, a pb also for her! Ciara competed in the Senior Hammer and came in 1st place with a great throw of 45m.  Sarah Daly also competed in the Inter Hammer throw and came in 5th place.  Sarah Ennis narrowly missed out also in the Inter High Jump.  Hannah Gilligan ran a tough 1500m race but ran her best.


Well done to all the girls who competed on Wednesday and Saturday.  There was tough competition in all events so a great achievement for those girls who qualified for the All Ireland Schools Championships.




GLUAIS 2016 showcase their talents






On Wednesday May 18th, Scoil Mhuire's award winning music group GLUAIS launched their album Dreamer to a packed house at St. Michael's Primary School in Trim.

GLUAIS under the watchful eye of Mr. Kerr, brought the house down with their take on hits such as Dreamer and Little Talks, to name but two. There were also a number of fantastic dance performances from the GLUAIS dancers and Scoil Mhuire School Choir on the night.  

A big thanks to all involved in making the night such a success and to those who puchased a copy of the album. A special note of thanks go to all the familes, friends and all past and present members of GLUAIS for their hard work and dedication. 

Our album Dreamer is available from school reception at a price of €10 and €5 for Scoil Mhuire students.









The Herald School Sports Awards 2016

A huge congratulations to Rebecca King (1st year), who was chosen as a “Herald School Sports Star of the Week”. Rebecca, who was accompanied by Principal Ms Maher, attended the awards ceremony in the Havelock Suite of the Aviva Stadium, Dublin on May 5th 2016. This award recognises Rebecca’s development as a soccer player and the invaluable role schools like Scoil Mhuire play in developing our future sports stars.

Well done Rebecca!


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