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.
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
We hope you all had a peaceful Easter break. We wish our students, parents and staff every success for the term ahead.read more
Many thanks to Meath Daily TV for visiting our school on Saturday 10th March during our Coffee Morning in aid of Ms Brady, you can view the report and interviews with staff and students...read more
We have been overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity of our school community as we hosted our coffee morning in aid of our teacher, Aisling Brady. Sincere thanks to all our visitors and volunteers.read more
Well done to the Transition Year students who were competing in the western regional final of Junk Kouture on 7th March. While we do not progress to the next stage the students Tara, Aoife and Ruby did a fantastic job and performance!read more
Ms Brady, our Science and Maths teacher, suffered multiple cardiac arrests and a stroke in November while on career break in the United Arab Emirates. We cordially invite you to a Coffee Morning in the school on Saturday 10th March from 10am to 3pm to raise funds for her recovery. Tickets available in the school office and on our website priced at €10.read more