The Mayor of the Letterkenny Municipal District, Councillor James Pat McDaid attended as Special Guest to present the awards.
Basketball in Mulroy College
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Mulroy College- top school at Interfirms 5k
Mulroy College are the top school at Interfirms 5k in Letterkenny with some impressive running from Kevin Logue, Carsten Herboth, Odhran Duffy, Patrick duffy, Damian Mc Veigh and Fiona Temple. The team were jubilant after the race as Carsten Herboth
Transition Year visit Randox
Transition Year students travelled to Dungloe to visit Randox Teoranta. They listened to a presentation on the work the organisation does which is scientific research, they led pioneering healthcare developments that have saved lives across the globe. Aften the presentation
TY visit LYIT
Transition Year students visited LYIT where they got to learn more about various courses in the Department of Nursing, Science and Computing.
Horse riding in Dunfanaghy
2nd year students who completed the 6 week Big Brother Big Sister Mentoring programme enjoyed a day out horse riding in Dunfanaghy.
Book Swap in Mulroy College
Photos from the annual Mulroy College book swap.
Mulroy College are Scifest winners for the Second year.
Mulroy College Transition Year students, Mark McAteer and Peter Curran are this year’s qualifiers for the National Sci-fest competition to be held in Dublin. For this year’s competition the students examined the growing potential of potatoes in both homemade compost
A superb performance from RTE Lyric fm Quartet.
The team of musicians led by presenter Evelyn Grant (flute/piano),MaryMcCague (violin/piano), Jean Kelly (harp) and GerryKelly(cello) visited Mulroy College music students. The concept behind this project is “Life-long learning: listen, engage, enjoy.” Please click on the link below to view pictures
Mulroy College students selected for academic achievements
Two Mulroy College students, Jason Murray and Oisin O Donnell, have been chosen to participate in the centre for Talented Youth Ireland in DCU over the summer. The CTYI Summer Programme. is for young people aged between 12 and 16