Students from Davis College who played on the U18 Mallow rugby team that won both the South Munster Cup and the Munster Bowl recently
South Munster Track and Field Helen Moynihan 2nd -Junior Girls Javelin and Shot Putt
Katie Moynihan 1st with a new schools record Intermediate girls javelin
Sarah O'Keeffe -3rd in the 100m hurdles/ 2nd senior girls shot putt
Vicki Cusack 1st in both the long jump and the shot putt
The following have qualified for the All Ireland Schools Athletics Championships
Vickie Cusack - Shot/ Long Jump
Clodagh Walsh - Pole Vault
Katie Moynihan-Javelin 1st Sarah O’ Keeffe - Shot
Joseph Daly - 1,500m Steeplechase
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Student Council raise over €950 for Mallow Red Cross
U14 Footballers Win all games in Schools Blitz
Davis College 'Diversity Week' Monday 20th to Friday 24th Recognising and respecting our differences
'Wellbeing in our School'
Davis College win the All Ireland Schools Combined Events Championship with Leaving Certificate student Vickie Cusack while Sarah O'Keeffe narrowly missed out on third place.
LoretoClonmel Model United Nations
1st & 2nd Year students who attended Loreto Clonmel MUN on Oct 6th along with their TY advisors
Davis College entry to the Walton's Music Final 2017
2nd Years Visit Porto
Athletics Success at South Munsters 2017
- 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
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Davis College awarded a Global Passport in recognition of its work promoting Development Education through MUN.
DAVIS COLLEGE NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENTS FOR 2018
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 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 2019
Application forms available from the College on 022 21173 or email:email@example.com
BEST METALWORK PROJECT IN CORK COUNTY 2017
Cork Engineering Teachers Association award best Junior Cert. Project 2017 to Davis College student.
Davis College overcome 300 schools to win 5 Angus Calves. Below: students representing Davis College at the National Ploughing Championships
School Extension Given Green Light by DESK
It has been a long road but the much anticipated extension at Davis College has cleared the final hurdle and been sanctioned by the Department of Education. The multi million euro extension will see the capacity of the school reach over 1000 pupils.
The new building is more than double the size of the existing building and includes specialist rooms such as Engineering, Construction, Art, Home Economic, Music and DCG classrooms. It also houses three new science laboratories as well as a state of the art computer suite. In addition, there will be a Special needs unit with sensory area incorporated into the building. Outdoor facilities include a full size pitch and six basketball courts.
The existing building which is still in excellent condition will remain an integral part of the school with plans to give over one of the wings to the Gaelcholáiste. The prefabs currently in place will be removed and this will allow for additional parking facilities on the school grounds.
Construction will take approximately eighteen months. Disruption to the existing school will be minimal as Sexton’s Boreen has been upgraded to accommodate construction traffic and access to the site is via the Boreen only.
Academic & Sporting Success at Davis College
'Young Economist of the Year' Winners
Davis College Students won five awards (2 Bronze and 3 Silver) in the prestigious Young Economist of the Year competition. Student competed against 500 competition entries to bring home five awards. Projects included
- How Blackberry pioneered an industry only to crumble as a business itself.
- An analysis of how broadband issues may be delaying our knowledge economy. Women in STEM,
- Effective integration of refugees and asylum seekers in Ireland and Germany.
- Effects of PTSD on American soldiers
The students will be presented with their awards in Croke Park on May 2nd.
Congratulations to Faith Omoro who competed in the Irish Youth Music Awards all Ireland finals. Having won the regional final Faith went on to represent Cork in Croke Park in the National final. Faith has a long association with music and has a stunning voice. She has starred in a number of school musical in the last few years. We wish her well in the future.
Davis College Presents proceeds of Daffodil Day
PORTO MUN 2018
TY Students team up with Mallow Tidy Towns
Congratulations and thanks to the TY students who were involved in the Mallow Tidy Town 'Litter Pick' on April 11th last
Fundraiser for Mallow Search and Rescue
Transition Year students presenting a cheque of the proceeds of a recent fundraiser to Mallow Search and Rescue
Students who are at the top of their chosen sports and who represent Ireland at international level in Volleyball, Taekwondo and Golf
Senior County Hurling Champions 2018
Chemistry Olympiad Success 2018
Congratulations to Neil Curtis who came 3rd in the Chemistry Olympiad held in DCU on March 10th. The Olympiad is for final year students from north and south of the border and is a keenly contested competition leading to the formation of an Irish Chemistry team to compete at European level.
Students who received awards at the University College Cork Award Ceremony held recently in UCC
Composer in the Classroom
TY Students with Composer Sam Barker preparing their piece for the Cork Choral Festival
Junior Girls Basketball Team
Junior Boys Basketball Team
Davis College Students receive Awards of Excellence recognizing their achievements in the Leaving Certificate 2017 Cork ETB Awards
Applied Maths Team
Davis College came 4th in the South Munster Senior Applied Maths Quiz
LCA Students attending the Open day in Cork College of Commerce
1st Year Gaelcholaiste Students on Inch Strand on their way to Daingean Ui Chuis.
5th Year Student stars as Linda in 'Young Offenders' series
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Excellence Scholarship awarded to Davis College Student
Congratulations to Eoin O'Leary Fitzpatrick who has been awarded a Scholarship by NUI Galway
Christmas Variety Show
Competing on the National Stage!
Davis College Senior Science Team who who came 8th overall having qualified for the National Finals of the Senior Science Quiz held in Trinity College on Saturday 25th November
Davis College receive National Quality Award Label for our project "Innovate Mathematics and Science Together" from Léargas in Dublin Castle.
TY students Forensic Science workshop - Science Awareness Week Nov. 13-17th
TY Students attending an international MUN conference inLisbon Nov. 9th -12th
Junior: Overall Award
Senior: 'Best Interview' Award
1st Years hold Bake Sale in aid of Mallow Vincent de Paul
Davis College wins Mallow Enterprise 'Bake Off'
Brent Pope selected Ava Kirk's Raspberry and Chocolate Muffins as the winner of Mallow Enterprise 'Bake Off'
Davis College Junior Volleyball Squad
New Student Council Elected
Davis College students who won the Intermediate 60 x 30 Munster Handball
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards- Mallow Winner
Annual Awards Oct.2017
Guest Speaker, Olympic Medalist Rob Heffernan with some of the Davis College award recipients
UCC Plus Award winners
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
'Get Fresh Canteen Davis College Mallow'