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.
All-Ireland Success for Amy Geoghegan as she captures Silver Medal !
Above: Amy Geoghegan No. 221 after receiving the silver medal at All-Ireland Schools cross-country championships last Saturday. Well done Amy on a fantastic achievement.
Transition Year Students into 'Junk Kouture' Final.
Our Transition year students, Anna McDermott, Elaine Harte and Sinead Harte have reached the Junk Kouture Regional Finals 2018 with their dress, D’or Fleurfille. This dress is made from only organic matter, Hessian bags, sheeps wool and other materials. The Regional Finals take place at the Helix Theatre, Dublin on the 7th of March. This is a great achievement by our TY girls and is indeed very positive for fashion design in Mercy Kilbeggan !
Transition Year Students in line for Business Award.
T.Y. students Michael Murphy and Conor Carroll have won through to the Final of the “Face the Phoenix” Business competition sponsored by Tullamore Credit Union.
The Mini Company directors Michael and Conor designed a new ‘half zip’ top for students of the school and are now in line to scoop the overall award. The were assisted in their efforts by their teacher Mr. Flynn.
The final of ‘Face the Phoenix’ takes place on Wednesday 28th February in the Bridge House Hotel, Tullamore. We wish the students the best of luck !