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.
Congratulations to 2nd year student and goalkeeper Robyn Murray who has received a call-up to the FAI Schools Under 15 Girls’ Republic of Ireland squad to play in the Bob Docherty Cup in Salou next week. Best of luck to the team and their coach, Richard Berkeley.read more
Every good wish to our staff, students and their families over the Easter break. The school reopens on Monday April 29th.read more
We have launched a Past Pupil Database for our alumnae. The aim of the database is to create a network where past pupils around the world can stay connected with their Mercy family.read more
A big thank you to Eoin and Nicola from the Pieta House Resilience Academy who have been with us for weekly workshops with our 2nd years over the past six weeks. Many thanks to the Guidance Department for organising.read more
Tracey White from Enable Ireland visited the school recently to collect a cheque from our Student Council for €1,160 – money raised in the school throughout the course of the year. Enable helps children and adults with a range of physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities.read more
Click ‘read more’ to take survey.read more
Thank you to everyone who voted for Gúna na Boinne in the Grand Final online vote. Next stop: the Grand Final in the 3 Arena on May 2nd!read more
This is the greatest show! Tickets selling fast for our TY musical ‘A Million Dreams’. Don’t forget to purchase tickets in advance from the Front Hall priced at €10 each. Performances on Tuesday 30th April and Wednesday 1st May at 7.30pm in the Phoenix Theatre.read more
Well done to the three 5th year students who represented the school at the CEIST Leadership Conference in Dublin on Wednesday March 20th. It’s a special day for students from all CEIST schools to come together and celebrate being part of the CEIST community.read more
Explorium is a state of the art sports and science centre which has recently opened in Sandyford, Dublin 18. Transition year students from St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School and St Patrick’s Classical School spent a day there, teaming up to take part in various exciting and challenging activities.read more
Our 5th year student Clodagh triumphed at the Action Aid Ireland Speech Writing Competition recently. Her speech, entitled ‘Men and boys need to play a larger part in tackling gender equality for women’, impressed the judges, and is now available on YouTube!read more
Congratulations to the Gaeilgeoirí Beaga enterprise who won runner-up in the Senior category of the Student Enterprise Programme. Well done girls!read more