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Welcome to Maryfield

 Maryfield in Summer 

  • Photos from Sports Day now available on our Gallery page.
  • Read or download your copy of the Summer Exams Timetable 2014 here.

  • Photos and Report from 4R YSI Healthy Eating Day now available.
  • Photos from Spring Clean 2014 now available here!
  • Intrepid, An Gaisce hikers with Ms Hanley in the Wicklow Mountains. Report and photos here.
  • Report from the Le Chéile Schools Trust Conference and Student Forum, 2014.
  • Congratulations to the Green Schools' Committee (and everyone else!) on our first Green Flag! Photos here!

  • Maryfield SPRING CLEAN is on Saturday, 5th April, this year - from 9.30 to 3pm. Please come along. Click here for more details.

  • Congratulations to Róisín McGannon, 6R, who won our Student Council Logo competition. Her winning design is on the right, click it!

  • The 50 Year Reunion of the Class of 1964 will take place on May 29th in Clontarf Golf Club.  Join them for food, chat and memories. Contact: Deirdre Shaw 0872540650 ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Pamela Curran 0872260809 ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). And spread the Word!

  • Meet Aoife Cooke's Green Team!

  • Science Inspection Report, 2013, now available: 

  • Click on the Gallery tab above for Fashion Show photos!

  • MF U19s win again and set up an All-Ireland Semi-final! Photos on Twitter.

  • LC & JC Mocks Timetable available here icon Mocks Timetable 2014 (27.39 kB).

  • For Holly Kelly's winning entry in the OPW Winter Solstice Art Competition, see News!

  • Read Another December by Ms Ann O'Sheehan

  • Photos from Share Fair 13 now available - click here! Well done to all involved.

  • Want your dog cloned? Click here!

  • Read the full report on the Parent Association Spring Clean - 2013

  • Attention current 5th and 6th Years! Click here?

  • Photos of the Hallowe'en Witches' Walk here!

  • 2L Shoebox Appeal

  • The All-Island Choir Competition - Photos and Video!

  • The School Mass, 2013

  • 65 Roses for Cystic Fibrosis

  • First Years Model their Centimetre Cubed Bracelets

  •  Seamus Heaney 1939 - 2013


  • Beg, Borrow or Steal (or Buy if you can) a copy of the 6th Year Yearbook, 2013. An amazing publication - the result of a lot of very hard work from the Yearbook Committee - at a time when they were also preparing for the small matter of their Leaving Certificates. Our best School Publication to date!
  • CAO Dates 2013 - click here for more information!

  • Well done to the First Years who successfully took part in Salters’ Festival of Chemistry at Trinity College, Dublin on Saturday, 11th May, 2013. Photos here! Thanks to Ms Gilrane for making it happen!

  • Photos from Sports Day, 2013! Thanks to Ms Farrelly & Prefects.

  • Maryfield Sing In Cork! Audio here!

  • Many thanks to all for our 2013 Cleanup. Photos here:

  • Maryfield College at SciFest 2013. Click here for photos and audio!

  • Hockey photos here!

  •  Click HERE to view our Past Pupil slideshow! 

  • Click here for Share Fare photos.

  • Amazing photos of BTT80s now available!

  • Visit our new Student Council page - click here!

 


Maryfield College is a voluntary secondary school for girls within the free secondary education system. The  school was founded in 1945 by the Sisters of the Cross and Passion who are the Trustees of the school.


In the last 60 years, the school has grown steadily in numbers and facilities and in the year, 2011/12, has 650 pupils on the rolls and almost 50 members of the teaching staff.

The pupils come in the main from the neighbouring areas of Drumcondra, Marino, Beaumont, Santry, Whitehall and Artane.

Maryfield College is a teaching and learning community which looks to prepare pupils for life in all its aspects - personal, academic, professional and social.


The school offers a secure, friendly environment based on mutual respect and support where pupils will be busy, happy and motivated to learn. Our Pastoral Care system seeks to provide, maintain and develop a sense of concern and encouragement for all pupils and staff so that all may thrive personally and academically.

The school motto, In Fide Stabiles, urges us to be steadfast in our faith in the spiritual dimensions of life and in one another as valuable and valued partners in education.

I hope this site will be of interest to staff, pupils and parents as well as to past-pupils, parents of prospective pupils and the community at large.

Maree O'Rourke, Principal