Schools

There are five schools in our parish. Click on the school name below for more information on each.

St Josephs National School. Miltown Malbay

Principal: Aidan Looney
Email: Malbay.ias@eircom.net
Contact: 065 708 4414

Website:
www.stjosephsmm.ie

After the introduction of the State System of Primary Education in 1831 an official school – originally a boys school – was established in Miltown Malbay in 1834.    It was accommodated originally in what was the old thatched church at the gateway of the present Church and continued there

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Rineen National School

Principal: Micheal Rouine
Contact: 065 708 4414
Website: www.rineenns.scoilnet.ie/blog

Rineen National School was established in 1869. At the time the children of the locality had to go to school to Moy, a long enough journey in those days when children had to go to school on foot. Before the establishment of Moy National School the area around Rineen was served

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Rockmount National School

Principal: Mary Cleary
Contact: 065 708 4599

Rockmount National School was built in 1864 for one hundred and fifty children at a cost of £416 including a grant of £277. It replaced Ballinoe National School and a hedge school in Carrowkeel (Ballyvaskin). Ballinoe National School which was situated close to Ballinoe Bridge on the L2118 was established in 1852 and

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Scoil Iosef Naofa, Magh

Principal: Deidre O Malley
Contact: 065 708 1553

Moy National School was opened in 1846 at the old school house, now the Tommy White Memorial Community Centre. The site there had been given to the Catholic Church by the landlords, the Fitzgeralds of Carrigoran house, in the earlier part of the 19th Century. The parish began to build a Church

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St Josephs Secondary School, Spanish Point

Principal: Mary Crawford

Contact: 065 708 4311

Website: www.stjosephsspanishpoint.com

Second level education began in the parish in 1929 when the Sisters of Mercy opened St. Joseph’s Secondary School in Spanish Point.   This school has developed and expanded over the years always meeting the challenge of the times.   It became co-educational in the later 1970’s and to-day provides comprehensive secondary education

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Schools