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)


Contact Details

Magh Ene College
Church Road
Co. Donegal
F94 YT78

Tel: 071 9841244

Acting Principal: Pat Tighe

Deputy Principal: Colette McAree

Administrator: Teresa Ruane

Well done to all who took part in the Donegal Area/NW Secondary Schools ‘Give It a Try’ event for girls’ rugby at the Finn Valley Centre today. This skill-building session was much enjoyed by all! Thanks also to their Coach Mr Reilly @Ulsterbranch #WeAreDonegalETB

Big thanks to all who turned out for the Donegal Area/NW Secondary Schools Give It a Try event at the Finn Valley Centre today. See you again in January 👍👍 @carndonaghcs @StColumbasStran @FoyleCollege @LoretoMilford_ @MulroyCollege @Royalandprior @Maghenecollege1

Thanks to the TY HE Committee who are coordinating the upcoming Christmas Bake-off which will be held next Thursday, 12th December - we look forward to sampling the entries!! Pictured are Moya McGowan, Jasmine Kelly, Mamie Collins and Christina McGowan. #WeAreDonegalETB

Thank-you so much to the staff and Management of Lidl, Bundoran, who made a very generous donation to our upcoming fundraising raffle at the TY Showcase Bonanza in the school on Tuesday, 17th December. @lidl_ireland #WeAreDonegalETB

This morning both 5th and 6th year students had a very informative and beneficial talk with Colin Birney from IT Sligo Department of Civil and Construction. Thanks also to Ms. Brien who organised this talk as part of our ongoing guidance programme. @itsligo #WeAreDonegalETB

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