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Health Promoting Schools flag

  St. Joseph’s recently received their second flag in five years in acknowledgement of the work they carry out as a Health Promoting School. Pictured with the flag are staff and students of the school who make up the committee, along with Pauline Flynn and Patricia McQuaid representing the parents association, and Anne Walshe of […]

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Talk for parents on Cyberbullying and Internet Safety

There will be talk on Wednesday the 2nd of March for all parents & guardians of students in St. Joseph’s. It will be delivered by the Gardai and will cover latest trends, common misunderstandings, relevant law and what’s happening in north county Dublin in the area of internet safety/cyberbullying. This is a most thought provoking talk delivered by […]

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Cycle Against Suicide

Stars of Irish broadcasting, sport, music, member of the Garda Siochana and PSNI came together with Minister Jimmy Deenihan to support this unique student event themed ‘Together we can’. Pupils of St Joseph’s were afforded a unique opportunity to attend a special daylong event hosted by Cycle Against Suicide, on Thursday, January 14th, 2016 at […]

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College Awareness Week 2015

During St Joseph’s annual College Awareness Week we were delighted to welcome over 30 different local professionals to the school to meet all of our 2nd year students. Students spent 5 minutes with each profession asking all sort of questions about the benefits of that chosen career. We are extremely grateful to all the volunteers […]

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New school for 2019!

The Board, principal and staff of St Joseph’s Secondary School are delighted that the Department of Education and Skills has  announced the building of a new school in 2019. The St Joseph’s community looks forward to moving to a modern campus which will better facilitate the needs of 21st Century learners.  

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Coláiste Uisce

Watch a video of our students in Coláiste Uisce: a gaeltacht situated on the north west coast of Mayo. Taking Irish out of the classroom and learning through the enjoyable medium of water-sports and adventure activities including sailing, windsurfing, surfing, orienteering, archery, canoeing gives students a new perspective of the language. They see the language […]