Mercy Secondary School, Kilbeggan is a voluntary secondary school established in 1964 by the Sisters of Mercy and is a Catholic co-educational school. The school provides second level education for students from the wider Kilbeggan area
Mercy Secondary School Kilbeggan is committed to the holistic education of all students, to ensure that individually, they each realise their full potential in a social and physical environment that is caring, supportive and joyful. We work in partnership with students, staff, parents and the community, and welcome all students from our multicultural society.
T.Y. Fashion Show 2016
Our Transition Year Class hosted their Fashion Show in the Bridge House Hotel,Tullamore, on Thursday 10th March. A great night's entertainment was enjoyed by all in attendance. Our students gained an invaluable insight into the world of Haute Couture, from the orgainsing right through to running of the actual event, which will benefit them greatly in their future.
GAA U-14 & U-16 Boys Football Teams into North Leinster Finals.
Our Boys Juvenile and Junior Football Teams won through to the North Leinster Finals, after convincing semi-final wins over Castledermot and Gormanston College.
Unfortunately our juveniles came up against a very strong Oaklands College team and lost out in the decider which was played at the excellent Coralstown - Kinnegad grounds.
Our U16 team take on Banagher in the Final on Friday next 15th April in Banagher. We wish them the best of luck.
Le Téléthon 2015
The TY French students, led by their teacher Ms. Quigley and language assistant Clément Leretrait, are delighted to announce their involvement in Le Téléthon 2015. The ‘Téléthon’ is a nationwide event in France which aims to raise money to combat rare illnesses in children.
Further Details in our "School News" section.
Links to News:
Open Night 2016
WSE MLL January 2016
Code of Behavior 2015