Moville Community College

Mission Statement: To promote, offer and support accessible and inclusive learning which enables students to empower themselves to reach their full potential.

Moville Community College is a mixed school situated in North East Inishowen and has become the centre of life in our community since 2001. The school currently operates between two buildings, phase one of the school was completed in 2005 while funding has recently been granted to complete phase two.

We aim to provide a high-quality comprehensive education which caters for the diverse skills and aptitudes of our school community. The school caters for all students’ needs and has a Special Educational Needs facility. We have a new general learning difficulty classroom, which provides a calm and relaxed environment for the students to work and learn in. We also have a sensory room for students with limited communication skills.

Moville Community College excels in the provision of extra-curricular activities offering an extensive range of sports and activities for the students to choose from. 

The school meets the needs of the local community by offering the following range of programmes:

Programmes available

  • Junior Certificate (JC)
  • Transition Year (TY)
  • Leaving Certificate Vocational (LCVP)
  • Leaving Certificate (LC)
  • Leaving Certificate Applied (LCA)
  • Delivering Equality of Opportunity in Schools (DEIS)

PHOTOS FROM MOVILLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Contact Details

Moville Community College
Carrownaffe
Moville
Co. Donegal
F93 DN29

Tel: 074 9385988
Website: www.movillecc.ie

Principal: Anthony Doogan 
Email: moville@donegaletb.ie

Deputy Principal: Caroline Doherty
Email: carolinedoherty114@donegaletb.ie

Administrator: Breda McGroarty
Email: bredamcgroarty@donegaletb.ie

Tús ag deireadh 2022/luath 2023 le síniú breise 5000m² le Coláiste Pobail Bhun an Phobail agus 17 seomra ranga breise le tógáil ar chostas c.€13M. Agallamh le Príomhoide na Scoile @AnthonyDoogan @DonegalETB amárach @Adhmhaidin @RTERnaG

Environmental education is an important aspect of our school curriculums. @CranaCollege has had a Green Schools Committee in place since 2016 and in our second June blog teacher Louise Duffy tells us a bit about their work over the last year: https://donegaletb.ie/blog/2022/06/21/supporting-a-green-curriculum/.
#DLETBlog

Best of luck to all of our 3rd and 6th year students who begin their Junior Cycle and Leaving Certificate exams tomorrow! #goodluck 🍀 #LeavingCert2022 #JuniorCert2022

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