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 707 girls.
Our website will give you an insight into our school. Through it you will learn of our aims, philosophy, values and the day to day activities, all of which make St Joseph’s a unique and exceptional place of learning.
Congratulations to our students who were part of the victorious Meath Minor Ladies Gaelic Football squad who won the Leinster Minor B title on Easter Monday beating Westmeath.read more
Revising for Maths? View our resources on how to get the most out of your calculator in the exams.read more
Our TY Junk Kouture Finalists, Sarah Clarke, Jane O’Brien and Rebecca O’Rourke were guests on LMFM’s Midmorning Show on Friday morning to talk all things Junk Kouture and their entry, Raven Warrior.read more
Every good wish to our staff, students and their families over the Easter break. The school reopens on Monday April 24th.read more
Congratulations to our senior hockey team who triumphed in the Meath and District Senior A Hockey final last week against Wilson’s Hospital School.read more
Best of luck to all our students who are sitting oral and practical exams this week.
Go n-éirí an t-ádh libh go léir!
Friday March 24th is Daffodil Day and our school community held a Wear Something Yellow Day and a cake sale to raise funds for the Irish Cancer Society.read more
Congratulations to the Transition Year students from St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School Navan and St Patrick’s Classical School who put on a fantastic ‘Strictly Broadway’ show in the Ardboyne Hotel on Thursday March 23rd.read more
On March 14th , 5th year Student Council members Laura Casserly, Angelina Clancy, Cecilia Huang, Ailbhe Leahy and Ranjana Singh attended the CEIST Student Leadership conference today in St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra.read more
Congratulations to 5th year student Niamh Yourell who recently won a competition run by InTouch, the official Irish Rugby magazine. Niamh’s prize was a visit to the Aviva Stadium in Dublin to watch the Ireland vs France rugby match from the press box and write a report on the match for the magazine.read more
Today for International Women’s Day, Ms. Dignam and Fifth Year History students attended a talk in Navan library given by journalist and best-selling author, David Kenny and award winning playwright and producer, Deirdre Kinahan.read more
Congratulations to our TY students behind Junk Kouture creation ‘Raven Warrior’ – Sarah Clarke, Jane O’Brien and Rebecca O’Rourke who advanced to the Junk Kouture national final last night.read more