St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School
Welcome to the St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School website.
We are a Catholic Mercy School, under the trusteeship of CEIST. Our school is a happy, dynamic and caring place of learning. We are situated in the heart of the community of Navan and currently have an enrolment of over 700 girls.
As part of their CSPE action project, two of our 3rd year groups visited Dáil Éireann on December 6th. Students had the opportunity to ask questions and received a tour from Meath West TD Damien English. Well done to our 3rd years for planning and organising the trip, and to their teachers Ms Brown and Ms Walsh for facilitating.read more
The staff and students of St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School warmly invite you to attend our Christmas Carol Service in St Mary’s Church Navan Parish from 8pm on Tuesday December 11th. You are welcome to share this invite for what promises to be a magical evening of music in the heart of Navan!read more
Congratulations to Ranjana Singh (Class of 2018), who has been awarded an All Ireland Scholarship. Ranjana, who is currently studying in Trinity College Dublin, received her award at a ceremony on Saturday 10th November at University of Limerick.read more
As part of their Geography course, our Transition Years visited Turlough Hill ESB generating station on Thursday November 29th. They toured the station deep within the Wicklow Mountains and visited the control room and the artificial lake 700m above sea level. Thank you to the ESB for hosting us and to Mr McCoy and Ms Walsh for organising.read more
Our Under 19 team won their basketball quarter final with a score of 41-26. We are now into the Semi Finals of the Meath Basketball Schools League!
Thank you to our basketball coaches, Ms Walsh, Ms Dignam and Ms Commane.
Well done to Tara Fay (Class of 2018) who received an Entrance Scholars Award from University College Dublin on November 14th. We wish you well in your future studies.read more
On Wednesday 14th November, we held our November Remembrance services in the school. Each year group gathered in the Phoenix Theatre for a time of reflection, prayer and song to remember our loved ones. As part of the service, students wrote the names of those they wish to remember on leaves and placed them on our Memory Tree.read more
Our Modern Foreign Languages tour for 3rd year students took place from the 17th – 20th October. Students travelled to France and Germany to put their language skills to use and to sample French and German culture. Many thanks to our teachers who accompanied students on the tour.read more
The results from our basketball matches against Scoil Mhuire Trim on Friday October 12th: our Under-16 team fought valiantly but were defeated on a scoreline of 20-28. Our Under-19 team triumphed on a scoreline of 33-16. Both teams played fantastically and were a credit to our school. Thank you to our basketball coaches, Ms Commane, Ms Dignam and Ms Walsh.read more
As part of Financial Wellbeing Week, our school bank, run by our Transition Year students, will be open each day from the 15th – 19th of October in the Theatre from 1-2pm.read more
Join choirs from St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School and St Patrick’s Classical School, along with The Celtic Tenors in St Patrick’s Classical School on Thursday 25th October for what promises to be a memorable night of music and song. Tickets €20 available in both schools and are likely to sell out quickly!read more
Well done to our Under-16 basketball team who triumphed over Loreto Navan on a scoreline of 16 – 4. Well done to our Mercy girls and many thanks to our coaches Ms Commane, Ms Dignam and Ms Walsh!read more