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Four schools in Mayo are being represented by some of their brightest students at the RDS in Dublin for the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition, which opened today (Thursday).
A number of Mayo secondary schools are standing well up the ranks of the prestigious Sunday Times guide to the top 400 schools in the country.
Siobhan Halligan (second year, Mount St Michael Secondary School, Claremorris) and Catherine King (second year, Jesus and Mary Secondary School, Crossmolina) are both finalists in the 2013 John West Fantasy Writing Competition – and they are competing against each other in the same category. It is an impressive achievement for both girls as the competition attracted more than 11,000 entries this year.
The Jesus & Mary Congregation in Ireland and Gortnor Abbey Secondary School in particular, are celebratng their centenaries in 2012. Gortnor Abbey’s centenary celebrations will be held over the weekend of September 28, 29 and 30, 2012.
Twenty five secondary schools in Mayo are to get high speed (100Mbps) broadband over the next few years as part of a national programme being rolled out in all secondary schools. Welcoming the announcement, Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Tourism & Sport, Michael Ring detailed the Mayo schools as follows:
Thanks to everyone who entered this year’s Christmas Art Competition. This year’s theme was Coming Home for Christmas.
Bishop Browne invited the Sisters of Jesus and Mary to open a national school in Salthill, and on May 1 1952 Scoil Íde opened in what used to be a small hotel called Dalysfort House, with 43 pupils and three teachers. The numbers grew rapidly, so it was decided to knock the old hotel and build a new school. This was officially opened by the minister for education, Dr Patrick Hillery, in 1962.