Excellence Scholarship awarded to Davis College Student 

Congratulations to Eoin O'Leary Fitzpatrick who has been awarded a Scholarship by NUI Galway 

School Bank

LoretoClonmel Model United Nations

1st & 2nd Year students who attended Loreto Clonmel MUN on Oct 6th along with their TY advisors 

Davis College overcome 300 schools to win 5 Angus Calves. Below: students representing  Davis College at the National Ploughing Championships

Davis College entry to the Walton's Music Final 

2nd Years Visit Porto

Athletics Success at South Munsters

  • Jorja Holland 3rd Minor Girls long jump
  • Helen Moynihan 2nd Junior Girls javelin
  • Katelyn Cusack qualified in the Junior Girls hammer competition.
  • Katie Moynihan broke the South Munster record held since 1996 in the Intermediate Girls Javelin.
  • Sarah O’ Keeffe won gold in the 100m hurdles competition
  • Sarah O’Keeffe 1st shot putt
  • Vickie Cusack 1st Senior Girls 400m hurdles and 2nd in the Senior Girls javelin
  • Clodagh Walsh took gold - senior girl’s pole vault competition
  • Joseph Daly 2nd Intermediate Boys 1500m. 
  • Damien Hickey 3rd Senior javelin.
  • John Browne 1st Senior 100m.
  • Davis College 1st Senior boys 4X 100m relay              


Closing date extended to Oct 27th due to disruption caused by poor weather conditions 

Why choose Davis College?

  • Small Classes -average class size 20-24 
  • Subject sampling in 1st year 
  • Gaelcholáiste average class size 12-15
  • Excellent standards of teaching & learning
  • Superb examination results
  • Catering for all levels and abilities
  • Excellent care structures 
  • Ideally located away from town centre
  • An 'Bia Blasta' Bistro providing good quality healthy foods
  • Buses to and from the school gate
  • Book rental scheme for all year groups
  • After school study/Homework Club
  • €30,000 recent investment in IT
  • New €9 million extension due for completion in April 2019

  Require an application form?    1. Email admin@daviscollege.ie requesting a form-leave your name and address and we will                  post it to you                                          or                           2. Email admin@daviscollege.ie requesting a form and we will       email one in PDF format                               or                                     3. Give us a call on              022 21173 or call to the school 9am- 4pm daily 

Not currently attending a Gael Scoil? There is no reason why your son/daughter cannot thrive in our Gaelcholáiste !

Make an appointment with An tUasal Michéal O'Leathlobhair at gcd@daviscollege.ie or 022 21173

Leaving Certificate Higher Level H1s versus National Averages 

Maths:                          Davis College 11%                Nat Av. 6%

German:                       Davis College 20%                Nat. Av. 5%

Construction:              Davis College 18%               Nat. Av. 5%

Engineering:                Davis College 21%               Nat. Av. 5% 

Physics:                        Davis College 15%                Nat. Av. 11%

Best Metalwork Project in Cork County 2017

Cork Engineering Teachers Association awarded best Junior Certificate Project in Cork County to Davis College student.  



Davis College was chosen by the NCCA for a site visit. The NCCA visited to interview students on their experiences in Woodwork, Metalwork and Technical Graphics. 12 students from TY and 5th year were part of a focus group who discussed their experiences in practical subjects in the College. The group were filmed and clips will be used in the nationwide promotion of the New Junior Cycle curriculum in these subject areas. 

Friday May 5th Davis College retains its All Ireland Schools Pitch and Putt Crown 

Congratulations to our senior volleyball team who won the All Ireland Senior Volleyball Cup

  Well done to our First Year team that competed in the National Enterprise finals in Croke Park with their entry 'Locker Smart'

Congratultions to our Walton's Music Competition finalists. Davis College was one of six schools to compete in the 2017 final of this prestigious competition. We are the only Munster school to qualify. Finals took place on May 2nd in the National Concert hall

 Transition Year Students Daniel O'Herlihy, Miguel Campos and Clara Vidal (3rd overall nationally) have been awarded gold and silver medals in the National Young Economist of the Year competition.  

2nd Year students are traveled to Porto on April 26th as part of the College 'Student Enrichment Programme'- As well as attending a Model UN Conference  the group also went on a historical and geographical tour of the city, a bike trip and met a local writer to discuss creativity and the writing process

Congratulations to our senior hurlers who won the County Final on Friday April 8th last. 

1st Years competing in National Enterprise Competition in Dublin on May 3rd

Walton's Music Competition Finals May 2nd National Concert Hall - Davis College is the only Munster School and one of six schools nationwide to have qualified

March 2017

Munster Pitch and Putt Champions - We are now going onto to defend our all Ireland title next month

Davis College wins Irish Angus Schools Competition - we are the new proud owners of 5 Angus calves 

Davis College Choir and musicians qualify for the finals of the Walton's music for schools competition - one of six schools nationally to be selected - see their performance above

Clara Vidal and Miguel Campos both TY students have been awarded silver medals in the National 'Young Economist of the Year' Competition. Congratulations to both students  

Matthew McGlynn and Neil Curtis competed for for the John Hooper Medal for statistics- a national competition. 

Transition School Tour to Amsterdam taking place in March 

6 Transition Year students visiting Calcutta as part of the Hope Foundation initiative this March. They will work with children in Calcutta for the duration of their stay

French exchange students visiting Davis College March 20th-Davis College students on a return visits in May 

4th Years scoop four enterprise awards in Regional Finals-

Transition and 5th years attended MUN Clonmel March 13th -16th and their exceptional contribution was acknowledged with awards for best speaker among many others

Gael Colaiste students playing music and assisting with Patrick's Day celebrations this this Thursday March 16th in the Naoniri, Mallow Gael Colaiste table Quiz taking place this Tuesday with guests from the Gael Scoil

Junior Model United Nations -second and fourth years travelling to Porto in March

An 'Bia Blasta' Bistro

Hot food is prepared on site every day. Students can choose from sandwiches, scones, filled rolls, soup, curries, salads, stews, etc. Chocolate, fizzy drinks and french fries are not sold on site 

Lunch menus are all priced at €1 (small) and €2 (large)

For more information visit the School Catering Company Facebook Page

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At the World Wise Global Schools Annual Conference held in Dublin recently, Davis College was awarded a Global Passport in recognition of its work promoting Development Education through MUN. 

Congratulations to Kieran Horgan who has been chosen to represent Ireland at the International Olympiad in Informatics this summer in Iran. Kieran qualified for a three day competitive boot camp in DCU where he battled it outto secure his place on the 4 man Irish team. Best wishes and every success to Kieran

TY Student Cadan McCarthy who represented Davis College on the Munster Team at the Schools Inter-provincial Swimming Championships, in the National Aquatic Centre Dublin, on Sat 29th April 2017.

Senior County Hurling Champions 2017

TY students enjoyed their tour to Amsterdam where they visited Madame Tussauds, Anne Franks House as well as a local theme park

Munster Pitch and Putt Champions 

TY Mini Companies display their products and bring home the prizes