September Newsletter 2022

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Knockbeg PPU Cup Golf Competition

A thoroughly enjoyable day at Borris GC for the Knockbeg Cup Competition organised by the PPU. The results were: 1st Dermot Maher(19) 40pts 2nd Jim Fitzharris(36) 38pts. 3rd Cyril Hughes(18) 37pts. Best Front 9 – Michael McCarthy(24) 20pts Best Back 9 – Tom Drennan(25) 21pts.

LC Viewing Scripts and Appeals Process

LC Viewing Scripts and Appeals process

Principal’s Letter regarding LC results 2022

Principal’s Letter regarding LC results 2022

Key dates for results, viewing scripts and appeals for LC 2022 Candidates

Dear Candidate, The 2022 Leaving Certificate results are due for release to candidates through the Candidate Self-Service Portal at 10 am on Friday 2 September.  You are aware that the date for the issue of the results this year is later than would be the case in a normal year; read more

School Secretary Vacancy

Please find documents below in relation to our School Secretary vacancy: Advert Job Description Application Process  

Spring Newsletter 2022

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Christmas 2021 Newsletter

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Junior Footballers off to winning ways

Knockbeg College 2-18      St Peters College 1-1  By Brian Broderick (TY)   The Knockbeg Junior footballers got their championship off to a flying start on the cold morning of the 21st of October with an impressive win over St Peters of Wexford in Graiguecullen.  There was a strong wind read more

Official Opening Video Recording

Many thanks to all those who took part in our official opening ceremony of the restored and extended college. A wonderful celebration of a campus that we are truly proud of. If you missed today’s event, you can view iCatholic’s excellent recording on

official opening of the Restored and Extended College

We are delighted to announce that iCatholic will be streaming our official opening of the Restored and Extended College this Friday at 1pm. We invite you to tune in to our event using the following link

September Newsletter 2021

Warm Welcome for our Incoming 1st Year Students

We were delighted to welcome our incoming 1st year students on Friday last, for their first day of school. They were greeted by Principal Mr Carew, Vice Principal Mr Ronan, Year Head Mr Conway, and their Class teachers in the morning. The students then met with their Meitheal Leaders, who gave them a tour of our campus. A day of fun and activity followed in the glorious sunshine outside on our sports pitches.

Percent for Art Commission Brief

The Board of Management intends to commission two separate pieces of art to be installed within the school chapel. Click on the link below for more information. Percent for Art Commission Brief

Parents’ Day 2021

Our annual Parents’ day and Awards Ceremony was held on Tuesday 18th of May in St. Claire’s Church in Graiguecullen. Many thanks to Fr. Dunphy and all associated with St. Claire’s church for allowing us to use the facility to celebrate our end of year mass and Awards Ceremony. Mass read more

Webinar for Parents of students with Dyslexia

Webinar for Parents (1  hour) – Dyslexia and how it affects students at Second Level How parents can support the student at Second Level   How parents can support the student in the following areas Organisation Note-taking Memory and Learning Writing read more

Interview with former Uachtarán na hEireann by Lee Brennan

Third year student, Lee Brennan, was recently picked by his youth group, Carlow Regional Youth Group, to speak online with Mary Robinson about the Climate Crisis and what young people do to raise awareness, slow it down and to play a role in stopping it. Below, Lee outlines his fantastic read more

Past Pupil, Brodie Feeney, receives Entrance Exhibition Award to Trinity College Dublin

We are all delighted in St. Mary’s Knockbeg College to hear that our past pupil, Brodie Feeney, has been awarded the Trinity College Dublin Entrance Exhibition Award as the incoming student with the highest points from their public exams from our school. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Trinity College had read more

December Newsletter

Christmas Messages from Minister of Education Norma Foley

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College Feast Day 2020

The Feast of the Immaculate Conception and our subsequent College Feast day was celebrated in St. Clare’s Church in Graiguecullen yesterday, the 8th of December. The prayer service was led by Bishop Nulty, and was broadcast live using the Graiguecullen and Killeshin Parish webcam. The majority of our students watched read more

Covid Mural

Our Visual Art Department are creating a Covid Mural, with our school crest at its centre, to promote resilience among the school community.  

Anti-Bullying Week 2020

Photos from our Odd Socks Day initiative during Anti-Bullying Week, where students wore odd socks, odd shoes and hats to acknowledge that we are all different, but are all equal!  

Green Schools Committee up and running

Our Green Schools Committee has really kicked into gear in recent weeks by planting gorgeous daffodils and tulips for the spring, completing waste audits and cleaning up litter as they go. Well done!  

November Newsletter

6th Year Student raises over €2000 for charities

Child & Adult Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and the Irish Cancer Society will each receive over €1000 thanks to Oisín Byrne. Set up during the Lockdown back in March, Oisin’s instagram based gaa clothing business “GAA Stock Shop”,  recently raffled off sports gear in order to raise much needed funds.

Past Pupil interviews Mr Conway on club and county career

Mr Conway has been an excellent servant to both Laois and his club Arles/Kilcruise down through the years. He discusses his playing career with past pupil, Tomás Moore, on his podcast “Inside the White Line” in great detail. You can listen to it here: Soundcloud: Spotify: Apple:

September Newsletter 2020

“The Results are out – What Now?”- A Guide For Parents & Students by The Institute of Guidance Counsellors

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Letter From Acting CMO to Parents and Guardians of School Children

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Food Menu for Students

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Letter to Parents – 27th August

Letter to Parents – 17th August

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Latest Back to School Information

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DES Roadmap for the Full Return to School

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School Campus Development

Great progress has been made over the Summer months in relation to developing our school’s campus. The Avenue has been re-surfaced and the bus bay has been extended. We are also very excited that the extension to the Pavillon is near completion. It consists of two extra dressing rooms, toilets and store rooms. A welcome addition to cater for our large number of students participating in extra-curricular activities.

A letter to Parents from Minister of Education Norma Foley

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National Book Tokens Competition

We would kindly appreciate it if you would nominate our school using the link below to help us win €5000 of National Book Tokens to help expand our school library. Loading... Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab Download [8.54 MB]

Graduation Mass – 27th May 2020

Today, we acknowledge our Class of 2020, by celebrating their Graduation Mass in St. Claire’s Church in Graiguecullen at 7pm. It will be STREAMED LIVE on the Graiguecullen/Killeshin Parish webcam (link below).  

Leaving Cert 2020 – Calculated Grades Student Portal

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A Guide to Calculated Grades for LC students 2020

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Graduation Mass – 27th May 2020

Graduation Mass for our Class of 2020 takes place next Wednesday 27th May at 7pm, and will be STREAMED LIVE from St Claire’s Church in Graiguecullen, on the Graiguecullen and Killeshin Parish webcam (link below).   

FAO 3rd Year Students in Book Rental Scheme

Books from book rental for 3rd Year students can be returned as follows: All books to be put into a plastic bag with your name clearly identified on the outside of the bag. The bag is to be dropped in the carpark on one of the following days/times to be taken into safe storage by Jonathan/John. Monday May 25th 10.00 to 12.00 Tuesday May 26th 2.00 to 4.00 Wednesday May 27th 10.00 to 12.00 1st Year students have the option to return English and Irish books in the same format.

New Drone Footage of Knockbeg College by CK Photography

Supporting Frontline Staff

We would like to play our part in supporting Frontline Staff. On behalf of the Science dept, Ms Hott presented Tracy Kelly, who is a nurse, with PE and supplies to support frontline staff in the  Midlands Regional Hospital, Portlaoise. Mr Morris has been busy making face visors using a 3D Printer, in liaison with Bench Space and Blood Bikes Ireland.

Letter to Leaving Cert Students and Parents – 11th May

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Watch: Senior Football A Colleges All Ireland Final 2005

  Brennan leads Knockbeg to Promised Land   KNOCKBEG COLLEGE 2-8 ST MARY’S GALWAY 0-11 Cliona Foley LAOIS football nicked another historic notch on its belt when an overjoyed Knockbeg College team, led by precocious county senior Donie Brennan, won their first Hogan Cup in Thurles yesterday. read more

Message from TUSLA

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Information Update for Parents

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A Message from Bishop Nulty

Watch the 2005 All Ireland A Colleges Final

Laois Today will be showing the 2005 All Ireland A Colleges Final on their Facebook page this Friday at 8pm!

An Interview with Mr Conway

Sporting Memories: Chris Conway on minor success, 2004 disappointment, highs, lows and Arles-Kilcruise


PARENTS – Did you know that children and young people need 60 MINUTES of physical activity every day?? Participating in the #ActiveHomeWeek challenge is a great way to help them reach this target and to find NEW ways of being active that they ENJOY

Junior Cycle 2020

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Studying during Coronavirus: Knockbeg College student on prepping for state exams in a pandemic

NPCPP Changes to State Exams 2020 Survey

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Studying during Corona Virus – Knockbeg College student on prepping for State Exams during a Pandemic

Studying during Coronavirus: Knockbeg College student on prepping for state exams in a pandemic

Studying during Corona Virus – Knockbeg College student on prepping for State Exams during a Pandemic

Joint Press Release – DES Announcement – State Exams

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Co-vid 19 Update April 2020

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Easter Newsletter 2020

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Reflection for Holy Week and Easter 2020

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Resources for Parents

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Distance Learning Survey Feedback

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March 2020 Careers Portal Newsletter

RESPECTIVE LINKS LOCATED AT BOTTOM OF PAGE. Highlight Link, right click then “Go to”. [1] Newly Enhanced CareersPortal CAO Points Calculator [2] CAO 2020 Important Dates and Deadlines [3] CAO 2020 Environment, Architecture and Construction on the Up [4] Senior Cycle Options: TY, LCA, LCE or LCVP? [5] The read more

Department of Education Letter Re Extended School Closure

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Co-vid 19 Update – March 26th

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Covid-19 information available in different languages

In the current climate of uncertainty, the Department of Education and Skills appreciates that students, staff and parents are being affected in various ways by the Covid-19 pandemic. We are equally aware that there are many students and parents in Ireland for whom English/Irish is not their first language. With this in mind, the Department of Health and the HSE have produced Covid-19 resources in a range of languages other than Irish and English which you can access below: The languages currently available are Chinese, Italian, Spanish, French, Arabic, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Latvian and Lithuanian.

Parent Information Letter

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Daily Coping Calendar

Update for PARENTS regarding the Coronavirus- Covid-19

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COVID-19: Principal’s Letter

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COVID-19: Advice from Chief Medical Officer to Parents of School Children

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Spring 2020 Newsletter

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Ash Wednesdsay sees first use of new chapel

Fr Dunphy and Fr Shem administered ashes to all students to mark the beginning of Lent/Ash Wednesday in our new Chapel.

Canice Whearty scoops Leinster Athletics Star award for 2019

Congratulations to Canice Whearty on being the Laois recipient of the Leinster Athletics Star award for 2019. This award honours achievements of the top male/female juvenile athletes in each Leinster county based on performances at Leinster indoor and outdoor track and field championships throughout the year. A member of Oughaval AC, Canice was presented with the award by Larry Dunne, secretary of Leinster Athletics, at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Athlone recently.

Carlow Schools Winter Hurling Classic

Our TY and 5th Year Hurling team competed in the Carlow Schools Winter Classic on Friday night in IT Carlow. The format was run using the Fenway rules. Knockbeg narrowly lost their semi-final to the combined Carlow Schools team on a scoreline of 4-3, with Ian Shanahan (2) and Kyle read more

Annual Tractor Run 2020 a great success

Our Annual Tractor run on Friday was a huge success, with an impressive total of twenty-three tractors on show. The aim of this student-led event was to raise awareness and funds for Embrace Farm, a Farm Accident Support Network. A non-uniform day was organised in conjunction with the event. Well done to all.

Corona Virus Department of Education Information

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Junior Basketballers narrowly lose out in All Ireland Quarter Finals

On Friday 7 February Knockbeg’s u16 Basketball team made a trip to the National Basketball Arena to face St. Aiden’s Whitehall in the All Ireland B Quarter Finals. Knockbeg would just fall short on a scoreline of 63-61. Knockbeg suffered a blow before the game started when Aodhan Lowry suffered read more

Mr Conway receives Carlow GAA Secondary Schools Award

The name Chris Conway is synonymous with the famed Gaelic Football nursery, Knockbeg College. As a pupil he was a decorated footballer and to the fore of his teams but his real impact has been since his return to the teaching staff in 2002. The school had decided to drop read more

Tony Monaghan retires as Caretaker after 20 years of service

Last Friday, January 31st, saw the end of an era for Knockbeg College as friends and family of Tony Monaghan gathered in The Lord Bagenal to celebrate his contribution to the College as caretaker over the past 20 years. Many teaching staff, current and former, kitchen and domestic staff, secretarial read more

Mr Murphy stars in “Love Thy Neighbour” Play with the Kilquan Players

The Kilquan players cast their Drama/play “Love Thy Neighbour” in Coon Hall, Co. Kilkenny. The cast includes some of our past students and of course, present teacher – Mr. Tom Murphy. This year, the players very kindly agreed to allow Knockbeg run the raffle on their first night, 7th February. All money raised will go towards the rising costs of producing this year’s College Annual.

South Leinster Schools Cross Country Championships

The South Leinster Schools Cross Country Championships proved to be a mixed bag for Knockbeg Colleges athletes. Held in Carlow Hurling Club, we didn’t have far to travel on the day. The minor team: Jack Milton, Cillian Whearty, Callum Hayden and Harry Byrne all ran strongly over 1500m but unfortunately read more

Extra-Time heartbreak for Senior Footballers as Leinster campaign ends

Knockbeg College 1-16 Colaiste Mhuire Mullingar CBS 1-18 (AET) Top Oil Leinster School’s Senior Football Championship Round 1 Knockbeg College’s Leinster dreams are over for this year after they were beaten in heartbreaking circumstances yesterday afternoon. Graiguecullen played host to a great game of football as the Knockbeg senior footballers read more

TY students progress in Certified Irish Angus Beef Schools Competition

Well done to Oisín Byrne, Eoin Brophy and David Fennelly who competed at the Certified Irish Angus Beef Schools competition which took place in the South Court Hotel limerick last Monday. They now progress to the next round.

Road Safety Authority Visit

The Road Safety Authority’s interactive shuttle bus and rollover seat-belt simulator visited the college on Wednesday. It is a great initiative to raise awareness about road safety and reducing accidents on our roads.

2nd Year Footballers fall to St. Mel’s in Leinster Final

Knockbeg’s 2nd Year Leinster dreams were ended by a rampant St Mel’s in the Top Oil Schools 2nd Year Leinster ‘A’ Football Final played in O’Moore Park last Thursday. The Longford side, led by Patrick Moran and Andrew Flynn, were far too strong in foggy conditions in Portlaoise. After a read more

Athletes shine at Laois Schools Cross Country Event

A very successful day was had for Knockbeg College at the Laois Secondary Schools Cross Country Championships at Emo Court, Laois on Wednesday. In fresh and sunny conditions, over 20 medals were won overall with the Minor team placing 2nd, the Junior team 3rd and the Inter team 1st. The read more

Junior Footballers bow out at Semi-Final stage

After a win and a loss in the group stages of the South Leinster football championship, Knockbeg looked to replicate the success of the junior team of the previous year by advancing to the South Leinster Final. In this game, Knockbeg were matched against a strong Clane side who had read more

Past Pupils’ Union AGM – Friday 24th January

St. Mary’s Knockbeg College Past Pupils’ Union will hold its AGM on Friday 24th of January. A tour of the new school buildings will be provided from 6.30pm prior to Mass at 7.30pm. The AGM will commence at 8pm to review the events of the year and plan for future activities. Light refreshments will be provided afterwards. All Past Pupils welcome!

Past Pupil Andrew Quinlan’s Visit to Knockbeg College

Mr Carew & Monsignor Byrne welcomed past pupil Andrew (Andy) Quinlan back to Knockbeg yesterday. A boarder from 1958-1963, Andy was educated at Knockbeg under the “Quinlan Burse”. He later went on to set up the first “Mobile Phone”System(088) in Ireland in 1983 on behalf of Ericsson for Eircell. Andy’s read more

Laois Secondary Schools Cross Country Race

A very successful day was had for Knockbeg College at the Laois Secondary Schools Cross Country Championships at Emo Court, Laois on Wednesday. In fresh and sunny conditions, over 20 medals were won overall with the Minor team placing 2nd, the Junior team 3rd and the Inter team 1st. The read more

January 2020 Newsletter

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PPU present Junior Basketballers with sports tops on reaching All Ireland Playoffs

Our Junior Basketball team and their coaches, Ms Dowling and Mr Maxwell, were presented with sports tops by Mr Bolger and Mr Conway, on behalf of the Past Pupils’ Union . Having Defeated Castleknock CC (65-36) and Rockwell College (52-42) in the All Ireland Playoffs, they now progress to the All Ireland Quarter Finals in two weeks time.

Junior Basketballers march on to All Ireland Quarter Finals

Well done to our Basketballers on their wins over Castleknock CC (65-36) and Rockwell College (52-42) in the All Ireland Playoffs which were held in Knockbeg over the weekend. They are one of six teams which will now enter a draw to determine the quarter and semi-final fixtures in two weeks time. Back row – Fionn Anthony, Pablo Byrne , Lewis Gannon, Jamie Conway, Jack Doyle, Aodhán Lowry. Front row – Conall Bergin, Matthew Farrell, Jack Byrne, David Cox, Conor Bowe.

Junior Certificate Timetable 2020

Please find below the DES Junior Certificate Timetable for June 2020.

Leaving Certificate Timetable 2020

Please find below the DES Leaving Certificate Timetable for June 2020.

Entrance Scholarships

Congatulations to our former students Donal Kaye and Oisín Chelmiah who received academic scholarships to the Institute of Technology, Carlow at a presentation ceremony this week. Both have entered the Faculty of Science. Donal is studying for a Bacholer of Science in Biosciences and Oisín is undertaking an Honours Bachelor of Science in Cybercrime and IT Security. Both had the highest points total of all entrants in their chosen area of study. Donal Kaye and Oisin Chelmiah, with Mr Carew (Principal), and Mr Hoyne (Careers & Guidance Counsellor) at the IT Carlow Entrance Scholarship Presentation Ceremony recently.

Retirement of Ms. Louise Dillon Reeves

Ms. Louise Dillon, a Meath native, joined the staff of Knockbeg College in 1989. Louise was the first female on staff in this era. She taught modern foreign languages (French and German), but is most noted for introducing the German language to the Knockbeg students. Her deep appreciation and love read more

Fundraising for St. Claire’s Hospitality Kitchen in Graiguecullen

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 the lead up to Christmas. Please support them in their efforts. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors for their generous read more

2nd Year Footballers Claim South Leinster A Title Over Good Counsel

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 was the inaugural year of this particular competition as it replaced the old U14 competition. Knockbeg hoped to replicate their away win over Counsel in read more

School Feast Day

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 students in attendance. The day was particularly special for Brodie Feeney, Canice Whearty, Dylan Grufferty, Joshua Dunne, Conor Donlon, and Ciarán O’Hagan, as they were read more

Senior Footballers beaten by PDLS in Carlow Schools League Final

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 ‘A’ final. The game started with PDLS starting the brighter, racking up 1-3 before Knockbeg finally woke up. A fine kick pass by Ciaran Burke read more

Past Pupils’ Reunion

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 good old times. Many stories were exchanged and a few tales were told. Class groups from the 1959/1960 era right through to 2009/2010 cohort gathered read more

Good start for Junior Footballers in South Leinster Championship

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 Eire Og GAA. Although the rain was able to hold off for the duration of the game, the pitch was very heavy and quite difficult read more

Senior Footballers beat Scoil Aodhain to top group in Leinster Championship

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 DCU Sports Campus on Wednesday. The game started off slowly but some great defending by the Knockbeg fullback line halted the Dublin side’s forwards. Some read more

Junior Basketballers claim Midlands League Title

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 by 6 points. Knockbeg raced off to a good start when captain Conall Bergin put the 5 to the good within the first 2 read more

1st Year Soccer Trip

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 Liverpool’s stadium at Anfield.

Careers Seminar

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 their Leaving Certificate.


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.


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 it their all on a very cold day at St. Laurence O’Tooles Athletics grounds. Evan English, Harry Gordon, Callum Hayden, Sean Murphy and Cillian Whearty read more


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.

Battle of Wits Competition

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 .

Junior Basketball

Knockbeg College secured an impressive victory over Heywood CS in the Midlands League last Friday to progress to a semi-final in the competition. Knockbeg started well with two layups from Jack Byrne and two free throws from Fionn Anthony, . Heywood were awarded two free throws which were both read more

South Leinster 2nd Year Football Championship Semi-Final

By Conor Loughman TY Mikey Murphy led the way with three goals and five points, as Knockbeg ran out winners against Naas CBS in South Leinster A semi-final. Following victories against St Peters and Good Counsel Knockbeg had a home semi final. On a cold Friday morning in Graigeucullen, the read more

Leinster A Colleges Senior Football Championship 1st Round

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 College. Goals from Paddy Regan and Oisin Byrne proved vital as Knockbeg claimed victory in poor conditions. The Carlow School, supported by their large group of read more

Non-Uniform Day

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.

Parents Presentation Final Part 2

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Parents Presentation Final Part 1

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Transition Year 2019/2020 – Parents Information & Overview.

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Return to school Newsletter 19/20

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 year ahead. A special welcome to all our new students and parents in 1st year and other year groups and read more

Permanent Position for a Caretaker

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 effect from Monday 14th October 2019 Please click this link for a full job description Please click this link read more

Presentation for Parents of 1st Year Students

Please click the link below to open the presentation for parents of incoming 1st students from the Principal 

January 2019 Newsletter

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 Conroy have been working extremely hard on this project for the past 12 months under the guidance of Ms. Hott read more

November 2018 Newsletter

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 patron, Bishop Denis Nulty. Our new Board took office on October 15th. Fr. John Dunphy (Chairperson), Fr. Michéal Murphy, Mrs read more

October 2018 Newsletter

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 buildings on Friday. This is a little later than expected and we apologise for any inconvenience that this may have read more

Return to school Newsletter 18/19

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 year ahead. A special welcome to all our new students and parents in 1st year read more

Best wishes

Best wishes to our #juniorcert & #leavingcert2018 students who start their exams tomorrow☘????#DoYourBest