It is with great sadness that we have learned of the death of our dear, dear friend & colleague, Paddy Gallagher. Paddy represented everything that is good about Mulroy College & was the very fabric of our school. He will be sorely missed by everyone in our community.
Removal today (Sunday) from Donegal Hospice at 3pm to his home at Mount Marian, Milford. Funeral on Tuesday at 12 noon in St. Peter’s Church, Milford.
You will be forever in our hearts, Paddy. Rest in peace ❤️
Mulroy College will be open from 9.15am and staff will be available to support students with the many options available to them. We wish everyone the best of luck.
Our senior student James Sweeney who was one of 10 students to participate in the Mentoring Programme with Pramerica recently addressed a large crowd in Dublin to talk about his experiences on the programme. The Minister for Education was in attendance. Well done James! He is pictured here with Minister Richard Bruton and Annemarie Shields from Pramerica along with a representative from Business in The Community.
TY students had a great end to their busy year with a overnight trip to Dublin and a visit to Tayto Park. The students had a great trip.
A huge thank you to everyone who came to MulroyCollege this evening to launch TY’s YSI project “Our Answer After Cancer” The students did us proud. Congratulations to Ms Friel and Ms Stewart. #YSI #OurAnswerAfterCancer
Top marks for Mulroy College YSI students!
First year students gathered together to celebrate Megan Ryan’s success as she recently was part of the girls under 16 team that won the Ulster title. Megan addressed the students informing them about her journey towards victory. Well done Megan. She is pictured below with her aunt Ms Ryan and PE teachers Mr McElwaine and Ms Crampsie.
Past pupils Nicole Carr and Amy Friel returned to Mulroy College to speak to 6th year students about surviving the Leaving Certificate and advised the students on everything they need to know about going to college.
A big thank you to the girls and we wish them well in their end of year exams.
A group of Transition Year students pictured with Alan Wylie from Donegal Hospice. The students raised money for the hospice by holding a cake sale.
Ciara Gallagher, Jessica O Flynn, Leah McDaid, Mr Alan Wylie, Collette McLaughlin, Aisling Grumley and Niamh Mc Fadden
5th year students visited the Computing Department in LYIT recently where they had the opportunity to learn some coding. They learned about various courses available to them and career opportunities.