Latest News from Rosscarbery

Rosscarbery TY Students Meet MP in the European Parliament

Congratulations to Rosscarbery TY students Roisin O Sullivan and Micheal Twomey who were selected to Meet their MP in the European Parliament and so will be travelling to Brussels in December. This was based on a historical essay written by the students and was a national competition. The agenda for the trip includes meetings and tours of the European Parliament, a visit to the Christmas markets and to the historical cities of Ghent and Brugge.

Well Done to outgoing students Kealan Mannix and Eva Whelton who received scholarships to University of Limerick & University of Dublin respectively, based on their superb Leaving Certificate Results.

Rosscarbery Student Receives Award for 'Young Engineer 2017'

Ciaran French, an outgoing student of Mount Saint Michael Secondary School Rosscarbery and pupil of Engineering Teacher Mr James O' Sullivan received the overall award for 'Young Engineer 2017' at the Cork City & County Branch of the Engineering technology Teachers Association held in Youghal recently. The award was in recognition of Ciaran's outstanding achievement on reaching such a high level of detail with his Leaving Certificate Engineering project 'Search & Research Helicopter'. Ciaran will now go on to represent Mt St Michael and Cork City and County at the Nationals to be held in Letterkenny, Donegal in November. Mr Bart Kerrisk Principal is delighted to announce that the 2018 Engineering Technology Awards will be hosted by Mt St Michael next September. Congratulations to Ciaran and also to Engineering teacher James O Sullivan on such an outstanding achievement.

Ciaran French with Engineering teacher James O' Sullivan along with Principal of Mt St Michael Mr. Kerrisk and Deputy Principal Ms. Keohane.