***November tests begin on Monday 14th November 2022*** Please click on the button below to view the November Exam Timetable. The file is also available to download in the attachment if you would like to print it.
The DYC elections were held in MCC on Wednesday 26th October to elect a representative for the school. The candidates were Lewis Rule - 1st year Finín Lynch - 3rd year Joshua McKinney - 6th year It was a busy morning as every student in the school voted for their preferred candidate. We had representatives from Foróige, Mental Health Ireland and Donegal County Council who helped to organise the election along with our Student Council. Congratulations to Finín Lynch who has be
Well done to all first year students who took part in the orienteering activity organised by TYC last week for maths week. Here are some pictures of the 1st years in action and the TYs presenting the prizes. For the duration of the week all the room numbers were changed to maths equations - this activity was organised by TYB
Dear Parent/Guardian, The Parent Teacher Meeting for parents/guardians of 3rd Year students is on next Tuesday 18th October 2022 from 4.00pm to 6.20pm. The Parent Teacher Meeting is an important opportunity for parents and guardians to meet with teachers and find out how your son or daughter is progressing. Advice on how to get the most out of the meeting: On arrival check-in at reception in the Lower Building. Come as early as possible as queues develop for teachers who teac
Hard luck to the Senior Boys Soccer team who narrowly lost 1-2 to Scoil Mhuire Buncrana in a closely contested match at the Bayfield Kevin Lynch was our goalscorer with an audacious 55yd equalizer hit directly from the kickoff
Dear Parent/Guardian, The Parent Teacher Meeting is an important opportunity for parents and guardians to meet with teachers and find out how your son or daughter is progressing. The Parent Teacher Meeting for parents/guardians of 6th Year students is on: Monday 10th October from 4.00pm to 6.20pm. Advice on how to get the most out of the meeting: On arrival check-in at reception in the Lower Building. Come as early as possible as queues develop for teachers who teach more tha
The Donegal Youth Council works to represent the voices of young people in our county and raises topics and issues important to young people at local and national level. It is made up of over 30 young people aged between 12-18 in Donegal, elected from schools and youth groups. If you are interested in joining the DYC there will be a meeting with Michael Mc Devitt from Foróige on Tuesday 11th Oct in room 16 at lunchtime. We plan to hold elections to choose our rep from MCC on
3rd Yr Geography students took a trip to Greencastle Village to look at natural resources. They visited a small Forestry business, Greencastle Co-op, Seabound Engineering, the National Fishery College and the pier. Thanks to all the local businesses who gave us excellent tours.
The beginning of this school year sees us rolling out our One Good School plan which was formulated from a whole school survey carried out in March 2022.Also in March Catherine Kay and Brian McDermott, our parent reps on the OGS Team, facilitated an online parent information session to inform Moville Community College parents about the program and encourage participation. It certainly worked as the response rate to the survey exceeded our expectations. Here is an outline of t