St. Mary's Secondary School, Ballina

Recognition's Day

Our annual Recognitions Day is held in May when, as a school community we gather to celebrate the achievements and activities of the school year. We acknowledge and reward student attendance, sporting achievements and excellence, the school's contribution to fundraising, our engagement in Green School activities, leadership initiatives, music and art to name but a few. The ceremony is punctuated by performances from the school choir, musicians and artistic performances such as the Junk Koutour Fashion display.

Through our ‘School Spirit’ award, we recognise individual students in each year group who best embody the motto of the school: ‘The school with a warm welcome, a caring heart and a guarantee of excellence’. Since 2015, one Leaving Cert student receives the CEIST award which is sponsored by our trust body CEIST. This award is presented to the Leaving Cert student who, during her time at St. Mary’s best gave witness to the five pillars of CEIST which are based on commitment to the teachings of the Gospel, respect for every person and care for those in need.

Our Recognitions Day is one of the highlights of the school year and is growing year on year. It truly is a day of celebration for all involved.

Feb 24
2020
Class resumes after midterm
Feb 24
2020
First Year Parent Teacher Meeting
Feb 24
2020
First Year Parent Teacher Meeting
Mar 03
2020
Fifth Year Parent Teacher Meeting
10-Feb-2020
ST. MARY’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA PRESENTS “SISTER reACT” Wednesday February 12, Thursday, February 13 and Friday, February 14 next - Curtain up at
01-Feb-2020
Term and Mock Exam Timetables
28-Jan-2020
Well done to 6th yr student Emma Honan who represented St Mary's in the Connaught team at the Schools Interprovincial Ladies Gaelic football tournament in Kinnegad. After beating Leinster and Ulster, they lost to a strong Munster
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