Magh Éne College

Mission Statement: We pride ourselves on the personal and individual attention given to each student and value the partnership with parents in achieving this goal.

‘Magh Éne’ is derived from the old Irish words for ‘welcome’ and ‘level land’ ie plain of hospitality reflecting our open door approach.

Magh Éne College was established in 1992 and caters for the needs of students in the south Donegal, north Leitrim and north Sligo areas. The staff at Magh Éne College pride themselves in offering a progressive academic curriculum as well as an extensive range of extra and co-curricular activities which promote the holistic development of our students.

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 (LCVP)

PHOTOS FROM MAGH ÉNE COLLEGE

Contact Details

Magh Ene College
Church Road
Bundoran
Co. Donegal
F94 YT78

Tel: 071 9841244
Website: www.maghenecollege.ie

Principal: Pat Tighe
Email: maghene@donegaletb.ie

Deputy Principal: Colette McAree
Email: colettemcaree@donegaletb.ie

Administrator: Teresa Ruane
Email: teresaruane@donegaletb.ie

Very proud of our past pupil Aidan Loughlin https://www.leitrimobserver.ie/news/home/612661/leitrim-native-graduates-from-cross-industry-graduate-programme-to-land-job-in-irish-water.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook

Welcome to Magh Ene’s up cycling competition.
Check out the details below, and be as creative as possible.
Thanks to Ms.Patton and TY student Caoimhe Davidson for putting it together.

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This Wellbeing Challenge is to use creativity and introspection to write a Self Reflection poem. You may use the template given or your own style.
Entries to be submitted by Fri 26th Feb

See the picture below for details.

Enrolment week.
We at Magh ene would like to invite parents and current 6th class students to watch our 2021 enrolment video which includes an introduction by our principal Mr. Pat Tighe.

#donegaletb

One of the best ways to boost your mood and look after your mental health is to get creative.
Our music teacher Ms.Luke is launching a ‘staying home’ music challenge.

The competition is open to all students with great prizes to be won.

Competition details in the picture

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