St Patrick’s College Open Day Event and Open Evening

A warm welcome to all of the sixth class children who are coming to our school on Thursday 23rd January for our Open Day. The students will get an experience of life at our school with classes in Art, French, Woodwork, Metalwork, Home Economics and Physical Education, The Open Day starts at 10 am and […]

Mock Examinations and House Exams

Best of luck to our third and sixth year students who begin their mocks next. Mocks are an important preparation for the Junior Cycle and Leaving Cert exams in June. Exams begin for Junior Cycle students on Friday 7th February. Exams begin for Leaving Cert students on Wednesday 5th February. First, second and Fifth year […]

Boy’s Gaelic Football

Well done to the St Patrick’s College Boy’s under 16 team who recorded a comprehensive victory over Lough Allen today at the Connacht Centre of excellence today. The final score was a comfortable 7 -11 to 3 -8 with strong performances all round. Well done to Mr Kissane and the squad who have now reached […]

All Ireland Girl’s U 17 Soccer Final Date and Time Details

The U 17 All Ireland Soccer final date and venue has been announced. Our girls will line out on Wednesday 26th February at the Athlone Town pitch. Students will be given the opportunity to attend and support the team.

First years did a fantastic job this week preparing “delicious” home made burgers and spicy wedges. They were so good we didn’t get a chance to take many photos!! #HomeEconomics #MadeFromScratch #FreshFood #LifeSkills

Many thanks to the staff of Mount Falcon Estate for facilitating such a lovely day for our 5th year Home Economics class today.

The tour given by gardener Paul of the Kitchen Garden was excellent & so... https://t.co/C42M2c6q4r

Best of luck to our 1st+2nd Boys football team who are taking on Charlestown tomorrow in the final of the 1st/2nd combined Mayo ETB competition. Throw in is 1:00PM in Crosssmolia.

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It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our new website. St. Patrick’s College, Lacken Cross is a small and vibrant co-educational school with a long and proud tradition of serving the needs of the local community in a caring and friendly atmosphere (run under the umbrella of the Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education Training Board.) We provide top quality teaching and learning in our state of the art, modern school and pride ourselves on our student’s state examination results every year across a broad range of subjects.

Our greatest asset in my opinion, is our students. Visitors to our school consistently remark on the wonderful, friendly and inclusive atmosphere that exists among our school community. Our open-door policy exists to meet your concerns about your child’s needs. We welcome your suggestions and hope to work with you in the future as you entrust your child’s secondary school education to us.

Brian Jennings

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