Knockbeg College is an all boys, non fee-paying, voluntary Catholic secondary school owned by the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin and approved by the Dept. of Education and Science. Located in a spacious, open, rural setting, all our students remain on campus during the school day with options for hot food service during the day and evening study until 8.00pm Monday to Thursday and 5.30 on Friday.View More
Best wishes to our #juniorcert & #leavingcert2018 students who start their exams tomorrow☘????#DoYourBest
Welcome Back to School Welcome back to everyone – to all our students, parents and teachers. I hope you all had a lovely summer and are ready for read more
New School Buildings The Board of Management is delighted to be able to announce that Mythen Construction handed back to us the newly renovated 1960’s Block and the remaining new read more
Board of Management The Board of Management is elected to serve a three-year term with the specific intention of managing and guiding the school in the direction supported by our read more
Young Scientist We are delighted to be able to advise that a project from our school will be exhibited at the Young Scientist Exhibition this year. Oisin Chelmiah and Luke read more
Please click the link below to open the presentation for parents of incoming 1st students from the Principal https://www.knockbegcollege.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Incoming-1st-years-2019.pptx
School Caretaker St Mary’s Knockbeg College, Carlow The Board of Management of St. Mary’s Knockbeg College invites applications from suitably qualified persons for the post of School Caretaker to take read more
Welcome Back to School Welcome back to everyone – to all our students, parents and teachers. I hope you all had a lovely summer and are ready for the read more
Non-Uniform Day Our Students’ Council organised a non-uniform day last Wednesday, where students were encouraged to wear Green to raise awareness about our Environment and our Wellbeing.
Knockbeg College 2-9 Maynooth CC 1-6 Knockbeg got their Leinster football campaign off to a good start with a hard-fought victory over Maynooth Community read more
By Conor Loughman TY Mikey Murphy led the way with three goals and five points, as Knockbeg ran out read more
Knockbeg College secured an impressive victory over Heywood CS in the Midlands League last Friday to progress to a read more
Well done to TY students Sean McDonald, Ronan Donlon, Sean Woods & Joshua Devereux, who came 1st place in the “Battle of Wits” Competition organised by Carlow County Library Services in the Seven Oaks Hotel on Thursday .
Our debating team of Alex Mofina, Alexi Gramatikov, Jack Ross & Finn Cummins who spoke in favour of the motion “the EU needs an Army”, against Pres De La Salle Bagenalstown recently.
The Three Counties Cross Country Schools League, Monday 18th November, finished well for Knockbegs athletes. We had teams in each category and all runners gave read more
Our Junior Basketball team who beat Confey College last week, 47-31. They now advance to the Midlands League B Final on Tuesday 26th of November in St. Mary’s Hall, Portlaoise.
Our TY students visisted the Carlow Careers Seminar this week to learn about 3rd level courses and career possibilities available to them once they complete read more
Our 1st year students went on a soccer trip last weekend to see the Manchester City vs Chelsea game. They also took a tour around read more
Knockbeg went into this Midlands League B Final as underdogs having lost out earlier on in their campaign to an impressive Presentation College Carlow team read more
Knockbeg have progressed to the quarter final of the Senior ‘A’ Leinster Championship following a convincing win over St Aidan’s College of Dublin in the read more
Knockbeg Junior Footballers got their South Leinster championship campaign off to a commanding start with a win against a strong St Peter’s side played in read more
The Seven Oaks hotel was the venue on Saturday 23rd November for old friends from various year groups to catch up and reminisce about the read more
On a cold night in Carlow IT, Knockbeg faced a strong team in the shape of Pres De La Salle Bagnelstown in the Carlow Schools read more
To celebrate our College Feast day, Bishop Nulty, Monsignor Byrne and Fr. Dunphy led a prayer service in our sports hall with all staff and read more
Knockbeg 2nd years came looking for their first silverware of the year, facing Good Counsel of New Ross in Mount Leinster Rangers GFC, Borris. This read more
Our students will be having a Raffle and Singing Carols in order to raise much needed funds for St. Claire’s Hospitality Kitchen in Graiguecullen in read more