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Since 1944, the Holy Ghost Fathers (Spiritans) have provided an all - inclusive education for boys of primary school age.  Today this tradition is continued by a highly qualified dedicated staff who provide a safe and caring learning environment from boys from Junior Infants to Sixth form.  Boys who join the school receive an education which emphasises academic progress in addition to the spiritual, sporting and artistic development of each child. 

 
 
 
 
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The first ever swimming club in St. Michael's College Junior school started this term and has proven very successful. The students involved in the Otters Swimming Club have trained with great determination and have shown great confidence in all their strokes as the weeks progressed. The team will attend the Willow Cup Gala next Wednesday 29th March. This will be their first competition as a team this year and we wish them all the best. We would like to thank the Parents Association for supplying swim kit for the team, it is greatly appreciated. 

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This year St. Michael's College Junior School will be represented for the first time by a Sixth Form team. This is a huge achievement for the school and we look forward to the tournament ahead. We would like to thank Cricket Ireland for the support in setting up a team from the school, and the supply of equipment to make it possible to compete. Good luck to all involved.

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Everybody in St. Michael's Junior School was very proud of two of our past pupils, Dan Leavy and Luke McGrath, who made their 6 Nation debuts on Saturday March 18th. The boys both played important roles in helping Ireland to defeat England 13-9. Well done boys!