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.
Important details in preparation for the new school year.read more
Leaving Certificate Results will be available in the Phoenix Theatre from 9am on Wednesday August 15th and from 12 noon on the State Examinations Commission’s website. If collecting results, please access school via Mercy Primary School due to roadworks on Brews Hill.read more
We have launched a dedicated website for our 1st year students starting in August 2018 and their parents/guardians. On the site you will find important information for students including booklists, uniforms, policies and payments.read more
It is hard to believe that we are at the end of another busy school year and looking forward to our well-earned summer break. We would like to wish our 3rd and 6th years the very best of luck in their Junior and Leaving Certificate exams. We wish our school community a safe and happy summer.read more
Congratulations to Osarhumwense from 1C who received her award for her poem titled ‘My World’ at the Navan Education Centre Write a Poem 2018 award ceremony on Thursday 24th May. Well done to Osarhumwense and her teacher Ms Brown.read more
On Monday, our TY students who are finalists in the Certified Irish Angus Beef Schools Competition went to Tipperary for their training day. They spoke with representatives from ABP, Kepak, the Irish Angus producer group and Tesco.read more
Our very own Angela Morley (5th year) features in this week’s Meath Chronicle where she talks about her passion for music! Angela features in the upcoming film ‘Making the Grade’ you can watch a trailer for the film by clicking here. In the interview, she gives some great advice to aspiring musicians: “If you like the instrument, I would say keep going, don’t let anyone stop you and enjoy it.”. Well done, Angela!read more
2nd year student Patrycja recently visited Dáil Éireann as part of her work with Meath Comhairle na nÓg. Read her report of the day’s events here.read more
Well done to the Under-14 Gaelic Football team who triumphed over Loreto Navan in their match today on a scoreline of 6-13 to 3-9. Many thanks to their coaches Ms Farrell and Mr O Raghallaigh.read more
Well done to Under-14 Leinster Rugby League Champions and Mercy students Leah Morris, Cara Martin, Jade Gaffney and Anna Hilliard who were part of the team that triumphed over Wicklow on Saturday April 14th.read more
A great day was had by all in Claremont with students participating in various athletics events last Friday. It was a successful day for the students of St Joseph’s including…read more
Many thanks to Helen McEntee TD, Minister for European Affairs who spoke with our 3rd year CSPE students about women in politics on Thursday 12th April.read more