Welcome to Cnoc Mhuire

We are a voluntary, co-educational secondary school in Granard, Co. Longford. Our vision is to provide a a positive teaching and learning environment where children can reach their full potential in their academic, creative, personal, physical, moral and spiritual development.

Pauline McBrien, Principal

Pauline McBrien, Principal

Cnoc Mhuire was established by the Sisters of Mercy 70 years ago and we are proud to continue providing education for boys and girls in Granard and its’ hinterland under the trusteeship of Ceist. We are concerned with the holistic development of our students and therefore we endeavour to create a happy, stimulating and caring environment.

Cnoc Mhuire Live.

Our School Video Notice Board informs the students and staff of what is going on at Cnoc Mhuire during a given week. It also gives us a chance to display some of the activities they are participating in.

Leaving Cert 2018
Students at were very happy with their exceptional results on Aug 15th and are thankful that the long wait is finally over. Many were very nervous before opening their white envelopes but were soon relieved to have done better than expected. We are delighted with the high standard and commend students and staff for their commitment and hard work over the past year. We would also like to acknowledge the continued support shown by their parents. Seven students received over 500 points which is a culmination of a lot of hard work and effort. Congratulations to Padhraic Masterson from Abbeylara on achieving the highest boys’ result and Granard native, Ruth Donohoe,on achieving the highest girls’ result. We congratulate all of our students on their excellent results and wish them the very best as they move forward to the nest stage of their lives. Staff and management at Cnoc Mhuire wish our students the very best in the near future.

Ruth Donohoe, Granard pictured with her Mum Ursula, Principal Ms McBrien and Deputy Principal Ms Durkan