On the 18th January TY 1 are holding a bake sale in aid of SVP homeless hostels.
Our six projects exhibited at the Young Scientists exhibition were all well received with a lot of interest
All went well in the RDS today at BT Young Scientist & Technology 2019.
Are these yours? Many items of clothing and bags of various kinds have been left around the school for significant lengths of time
The table quiz is their next event and as in previous years is sure to be an entertaining evening.
The six Young Scientists groups are currently exhibiting their projects in the RDS in Dublin.
This is the second year that our school has produced a calendar highlighting the seventeen United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals
The Staff of MCS wish all our Students and their families a Peaceful, Safe and Enjoyable Christmas
40 students with unbroken attendance since the beginning of the school year were honoured at a special ceremony in MCS today
All first years took time out of their busy schedules to visit mallow Cinema
On Thursday the 11th of December, Art students from T.Y., 5th year and Leaving Cert. Art students had an early start at Millstreet train station.
5th and 6th year students visited Stryker, one of the world's leading medical technology companies.
Noel Buckley, chair of Millstreet Community Council, visited the school on December 13th to meet the six BT Young Scientist groups who are heading to Dublin in January.
The MCS Intermediate Camogie qualified for the County Final on December 7th in Fermoy
I.T. Tralee visited MCS on December 10th with a lunchtime stand for our senior students.
We just need to use whatever few Irish words we have more often and have some fun with the language
Can you spot yourself among the large crowd in attendance?
Our Cross County Athletes performed exceptionally well at the recent Cork Schools’ Cross Country Challenge in Riverstick.
We were privileged to welcome over 200 prospective students and parents from our local Primary Schools to MCS last night.
Four 5th Year students from the school will travel to Lourdes this year as helpers
We were delighted to welcome Mr. Kevin Herlihy of Herlihy’s Centra Millstreet to the school this morning
Thanks to all parents and primary school students who attended our open night.
Students and staff embraced the Hallowe’en spirit and costumed up for the last day of half-term
We had a wonderful afternoon session today with Eoin O’Sullivan, Sliabh Luachra musician-in-residence 2018-19
The 5th Year French and German students availed of the Cork Film Festival’s inclusion of Mallow Cinema
2nd Year C.S.P.E. classes with teacher Mrs McAuliffe ran a mock election
The LCVP classes in Leaving Cert are grateful to the support of local businesses for their help with the LCVP project. This year the students conducted visits to Als Electric
5th Year LCVP students resurrected the 80’s quiz show concept for their Enterprise Activity, a fundraiser for Marymount Hospice
Darragh with his collection of Munster and All-Ireland medal
Students got a sample of continental life with a breakfast morning with a flavour of French and German cuisine. Teachers Ms Power and Ms Norton