Our inaugural game in the Cork Cup ended in defeat against PBC in Cork.
The school library renovation project got a fantastic boost from your generosity, and work will commence soon,
Mrs McAuliffe and Mr Kelleher, along with a panel of T.Y. Entrepreneurs, submitted their year’s entrepreneurship for evaluation at the annual Local Enterprise Office T.Y. Trade Fair.
ohn Warren of @YoungSVP was invited back to MCS today to tell the students about his work with the organisation and to accept the €350 raised by the TY1 Cake Sale in January.
Many congratulations to Junk Kouture fashion designers Emma, Alison, Julia, Tia, Rachel and Maggie, and to their teacher Mrs. Moynihan, who did themselves proud at the Regional Final in Limerick.
“Women hold up half the sky” - International Women’s day was marked by a visit from Senator Colette Kelleher
Fifth Year Agricultural Science students saw their classroom theory in practice at the agricultural research facility at Moorepark.
The aim is to have a functional space that our students can use for research and study and enjoy as a social space.
The school marked International Women’s Day with an event in the Parish Centre organised by T.Y. students
The Junior Soccer team played their first game against Colaiste Choilm, a great game with plenty of highlights,
The under sixteen and a half Camogie team fell at the county semi-final stage on February 27th.
Agriculture Minister Michael Creed returned to MCS in March and attended a symposium on the Clean Ocean Initiative,
Our TWO T.Y. design teams have already impressed the judges to qualify for the regional finals- now they need your help.
Safer Internet Day (SID) is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people.
Many congratulations to TY students Emma,Alison & Julia who were awarded the only Silver Ticket by visiting sports star Briege Corkery.
The 7-time All-Ireland Senior Camogie winner with Cork had some inspirational words for the girls
“Women hold up half the Sky”- T.Y. students invite retired ladies.
Millstreet’s Senior Hurlers recorded a comprehensive win over Coláiste Ghobnatan, Ballyvourney
All students will be doing their half-year exams in the coming days. See below for exam timetables for all year groups.
Cross Country runners from MCS put in fine performances in fresh spring sunshine at a chilly meet
Transition Years presented Ms Niamh Quain of Simon Community Cork with a cheque from proceeds of Christmas Jumper day in December 2018.
T.Y. and 5th Year students embarked on a trip to the national folk Thtatre of Ireland in tralee to see Mercy Mounthawk’s production of the John B. Keane classic, “Big Maggie”
Leah, Second Year, traveled to Bristol with the Irish Team at the weekend
We had the great honour of holding an assembly on Friday January 25th 2019 to celebrate Ciarán’s first call-up to the Republic of Ireland Under 15 Squad.
The MCS under sixteen and a half team had a comprehensive win on Wednesday
TY Students attended an art workshop with Declan O’Meara today to help them with their Creative Engagement Projects, an initiative supported by the NAPD. S
Mr Patrick O Shaughnessy, CIT lecturer in Automotive Technology and Management spoke to TY students
Our 1st & 2nd Year Girls’ Football team
Rev. Karen Spence, Methodist Minister serving this region, visited our First Years on January 22nd for a special liturgy marking Christian Unity Week.
The Millstreet Intermediate Camogie girls’ fantastic run ended at the last hurdle in a spirited Munster Final clash in Newcastlewest