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Transition Year Trip to Delphi

On Monday morning the TY students set off on the College bus to Delphi arriving for lunch at 1pm. Delphi was COVID ready to accept our students and over the 3 days got to do the choice activities. On Monday afternoon, they were kitted out in wet suits and helmets […]

Virtual Open Day Webinar, Saturday 13th March 2021

Virtual Open Day Webinar  11am-12pm, Saturday 13th March 2021 For all prospective parents & students considering enrolment at Cistercian College Roscrea The Cistercian College management and staff invite all parents & their sons potentially interested in enrolment entry to the College (particularly in 2021 or 2022) to pre-register for our […]

    “Every day is an Open Day at Cistercian College”

    “Every day is an Open Day at Cistercian College” For students considering enrolling at Cistercian College Roscrea 2021   We are currently enrolling for the academic year 2021/22.  We are following public health guidelines that limit large groups of attendees.  We are now inviting prospective parents and students to […]

Leaving Certificate Results 2020

Message from Principal The staff of Cistercian College join with me this morning in offering our congratulations to each member of the LC class of 2020 who have just received their LC results. This is the end of a long journey for them since the closure of all schools in […]

First Friday Mass

As the first week of term comes to a close we were delighted to have students and staff join together in our College Chapel this morning when Fr. Aodhan celebrated First Friday Mass. It was attended by a select group of students and staff. Fr. Aodhan is photographed with the […]

Mt St Joseph Abbey Acknowledge TY Prayer Path Project

The Transition Year Coordinator and Staff were wondering how they could ask fanatical rugby/hurling/gym young men in TY to do heavy manual work by way of a project. The project they had in mind was to restore an over-grown path in the monks’ forestry, from the statue of Our Lady […]

TY Prayer Path

In December the TY students engaged in a  project to develop a prayer path on the Abbey grounds under the guidance of Mr Smyth and Fr. Aodhán. The boys spent some Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings in January and February working tirelessly learning an array of new skills. The boys […]