Wellbeing week is well and truly in full swing in Mulroy College with students and staff getting involved in many activities. Good luck to all those taking part in our Disconnect to Connect Challenge.
Mulroy College students enjoying The Donegal Medical Academy information evening. A very informative event well done to everyone involved.
Join us in celebrating Wellbeing Week by keeping active, getting involved in activities and showing gratitude for what we have. Take part in our 24 hour challenge “Disconect to Connect” a 24-hour ban on social media starting on Wed 10th.
🗓Tuesday 25th September ⏰7pm All welcome #MulroyCollege #WeAreDonegalETB
The Donegal ICT/FinTech Working Group is comprised of many of the leading international employers based in the county including Pramerica, Optum, SITA, Randox, Gartan Technologies and is supported by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology
Ciaran Coyle, student from Mulroy College who is starting a degree in education in Marino College in Dublin, receiving a bursary to support his further education. This bursary has been donated to the College from a past student of the
Congratulations to all of our students who collected their Junior Certificate results. There was great excitement in the college, well done to all.
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