JP McManus Award 2017

Mr Quinn, Principal & Niamh Knightly outside The University of Limerick Concert Hall.

Congratulations to Niamh Knightly, Leaving Cert Class of 2017, who was awarded a “JP McManus All Ireland Scholarship” on Saturday 25th November. This is another fantastic achievement for Niamh, who achieved over 600 points in her Leaving Cert. Niamh is studying Physiotherapy in the University of Limerick. The staff and management of Dunmore Community School are extremely proud of her and we wish her all the best in her future studies.


A huge thanks to both Dunmore Town AFC & Dunmore Card Players Group for their generous donation to Dunmore Community School Parents Council.

The management and staff of Dunmore Community School greatly appreciate their generosity.

Calling the College Graduates of 2017

We are reprinting our school prospectus and we would again like to include some of Dunmore Community School’s past students who have recently graduated from 3rd level.prospectus

If you have graduated this year and you would like to be included, we would appreciate if you could email us a graduation photograph along with your name, your course name and the course/college you have graduated from. (Photos can be emailed to – dquinn @ before the 10th December.graduates

Please share and tag this with fellow past students that have graduated this academic year.

1st Year Mentoring – Save the Day

A mentoring Meeting for all 1st years will be held on December 4th after school. An appointment time will shortly be issued to you. We ask that you and your child attend to meet with your child’s assigned mentor.

What is a Mentor?

A mentoring teacher is appointed to each student in 1st year to see how the student has settled in and to discuss with you any difficulties they may be having. Please note this meeting is not concerned with subjects or academic progress. It is important that each child is represented by a parent/guardian.

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