New School Building
Policies & Forms
Founded in 1861, St. Mary’s College is a Catholic co-educational secondary school located on an 11-acre site in the heart of Dundalk. Under the trusteeship of the Marist Fathers and guided by Mary’s vision of service, our college caters for the educational welfare of over 700 students.
Our new school building has state of the art facilities with 50 classrooms, including 29 specialist classrooms for subjects including technology, construction studies, art, home economics and design and communication graphics, while there are also guidance and learning support suites. There is also a library, purpose-built science laboratories, a music/drama room with staging area, over 20 general classrooms, computer suites and a physical education hall with changing and fitness suites. Other facilities also include a general purpose area, canteen and top of the range sporting facilities.
A visualisation of the new school building.
We have recently moved into our amazing new state of the art school building. It incorporates the latest educational technologies, classrooms and specialist rooms including indoor and outdoor amenities and is a fantastic facility for the students of the school and indeed, for the town of Dundalk.
It is such an exciting time for the staff, students and parents of St. Mary’s College as the wonderful new facilities enable us to broaden our curriculum and introduce new subjects and initiatives. See more details here and see how the building of our new school progressed here
Aerial shot of the new school building
Our new school building
Go raibh maith agat as ucht do chuid spéise i gColáiste Mhuire. Tá súil agam go dtabharfaidh
an suíomh seo léargas duit de scoil s’againn agus cad atá le hofráil againn.
Thank you for your interest in St. Mary's College. I hope this website will give you an insight in to our school and what we have to offer. As a Catholic school under the Trusteeship of the Society of Mary (Marist Fathers), we seek to provide for the holistic development and welfare of each of the students in our care through academic, pastoral and spiritual undertakings.
Mr Con McGinley
Policies and Forms
St. Mary's College has been working hard on developing policies for all areas of school life. As these policies are approved by the Board of Management, they will be placed online and will be available for download.
You can view our policies opposite by clicking on them.
The School Enrolment Application Form can be downloaded by clicking on the link opposite.
Latest News and Events
Clár Fógraí / Notice Board
"St Mary's College is a Catholic secondary school under the patronage of the Marist Fathers. The primary aim of the school, through its spiritual and humanistic endeavours, is to promote and develop a sense of community where those entrusted to its care can be brought to the fullness of their human potential in accordance with the teachings of the Gospel.
The school through its academic and pastoral programmes strives to provide for the physical, mental, moral, spiritual, social and cultural well-being of each of the students in its care."
Recent Student Achievements
Students may access the online Encyclopedia Brittanica anytime for research and help with homework and projects. Click here for access.
Marist students launch Dundalk FC themed Dunopoly game!
Five budding entrepreneurs from St. Mary’s College, Lee Mc Conville, Terence Kelly, Jake Mc Keown, Darragh Jackson and Kian Mc Evoy have designed and developed a board game based upon their inspirational peers from Dundalk F.C.
The five students are avid Dundalk F.C. supporters and have yet to forsake attending the team’s national home and away games. The transition year students have combined their passion for football with innovation and creation in the formation and construction of their authentic board game Dunopoly.
They have taken the success and achievements of the local club to inspire them in the creation of the commemorate board game, which encapsulates the spirit of victory and triumph achieved by Dundalk F.C.
Maths Week 2016 at St. Mary’s College
A big thank you to all who participated in Maths Week 2016. Students tested their mathematical knowledge, problem solving skills and rational thought process during a series of fun and intriguing quizzes, puzzles and treasure trails.
A huge congratulations to all who contributed to making this such a successful week and congratulations to all the worthy winners.
Looking forward already to Maths Week 2017.
Bua i gComórtas Díospóireachta Gael Linn / Win in Gael Linn Debating Competition
Bhí an bua ag Coláiste Mhuire i gComórtas Díospóireachta an Phiarsaigh i nDroim Rí i gCo. na Mí ar na maillibh. Bhí an rún “Ba cheart deireadh a chur leis na Cluichí Oilimpeacha” á phlé acu. Bhí Coláiste Mhuire ar son an rúin agus chuir siad argóintí láidir os comhair an slua a chuaigh i bhfeidhm go mór ar na moltóirí. Bhí an-áthas ar an bhfoireann lena mbua agus rachaidh siad ar aghaidh go dtí an chéad bhabhta eile anois. Is iad Robert Mee-Lucey, Jack Lambert agus Caitlín Rooney na baill den fhoireann díospóireachta.
St. Mary’s College were victorious in Gael Linn’s Irish language debating competition ‘Comórtas an Phiarsaigh’ in Droim Rí Co. Meath recently. They discussed the motion “The Olympic Games should be abolished”. St. Mary’s College were for the motion and made strong arguments which impressed the judges. The team were delighted with their win and will now go on to the next round. The members of the debating team are Robert Mee-Lucey, Jack Lambert and Caitlín Rooney.
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