Deele College

Mission Statement: A caring learning community.  We promote mutual respect in a safe and happy school where the fulfilment of each individual’s potential is our goal.

Deele College officially opened in March 1965 and celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2015.  Deele College is a co-educational, non-denominational school. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality teaching and learning, providing for individual student needs, in preparing for lifelong learning as they prepare for future opportunities beyond Deele College.

Mutual respect is a core value that all members of the college community strive for on a daily basis.  The positive learning environment provides a solid base for all students to receive the essential life skills to take on any challenge placed before them as they embark on their education and life expeditions.

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 (LC)
  • Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme (LCVP)
  • Leaving Certificate Applied (LCA)
  • Delivering Equality of Opportunity in Schools (DEIS)

PHOTOS FROM DEELE COLLEGE

Contact Details

Deele College
Meetinghouse St.
Raphoe
Co. Donegal
F93 D237

Tel: 074 9145493
Website: www.deelecollege.ie

Principal: Joe Boyle
Email: joeboyle@donegaletb.ie

Deputy Principal: Danny McFadden
Email: dannymcfadden@donegaletb.ie

Administrator: Anouska Mulrine
Email: anouskamulrine@donegaletb.ie

 

Parents Support Line - offering parents across the county the opportunity to speak with a trained Family Support Worker . The free phone rubs from 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday. See information below: #WeAreDonegalETB

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Leaving Certificate students! The Calculated Grade Student Portal opens tomorrow Tuesday 26 May, at 9.00am. Students need to complete the registration process and confirm their subject levels.
Information can be found here: https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/d8920c-leaving-cert-2020/

Over 1,600 participate in Restorative Practices Project https://www.donegaldaily.com/2020/05/22/over-1600-participate-in-restorative-practices-project/ via @DonegalDaily

Our Restorative Practices (RP) project has recently concluded after involving 1,600+ young people & adults across Donegal in developing skills to support them resolve conflict (supported by #PeaceIV managed for @SEUPB by @donegalcouncil). Read more here: https://bit.ly/2LSvoPg

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