Welcome to Cnoc Mhuire

Welcome to Cnoc Mhuire

Welcome to Cnoc Mhuire Secondary School. We are a voluntary, co-educational secondary school in Granard, Co. Longford. Our vision is to create an excellent learning environment where children can achieve full potential in their academic, creative, personal, physical, moral and spiritual development. Cnoc Mhuire was established in 1947 by the Sisters of Mercy and initially was a girls’ boarding school until 1987. In 1959, Cnoc Mhuire received its’ first intake of male students and became co-educational. Since 2006, our Trustees are Ceist- Catholic Education, an Irish Schools Trust.

We are committed to creating a learning environment which encompasses the holistic development of our pupils. Cnoc Mhuire has a proud tradition of fostering an extensive range of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities. We hope our website provides you with a sample of all the work and activities that students and teachers participate in.

Pauline McBrien, Principal

Student Account

Extra Account

The Department’s National Educational Psychological Service with the
@issu4u have developed wellbeing videos to support Leaving Certificate students. To watch these, visit youtube.com/channel/UCOh9S
Time to Remember.
Cnoc Mhuire’s senior music students with special guests commemorate 75 yrs in St Mary’s Church, Granard at 7.30pm on Nov 24th. 
Tickets €10 at the door.



Easypayments Online School payments

Mental Health Supports

Parent Teacher Meetings 2022-23. School finishes at 3.45pm on days PTM’s occur.

Start at 4.15pm-6.45 pm

Mon Oct 17th 2022- 3rd yrs

Wed Nov 16th 2022 – 6th yrs

Thurs Jan 12th 2023 – 1st yrs

Thurs Feb 2nd 2023 – 2nd yrs

Wed Mar 1st 2023- TY/ 5th yrs






Christmas Holidays 2022

Wed Dec 21st at 4pm

School reopens Mon Jan 5th 2023





Logging into Vsware School Reports

Parents are issued with a  username.  The parent creates their own password.
Click on Vsware tab on Home page or type cnocmhuire.vsware.ie into your web browser.
Click ‘Reset Account/ Password if it has been forgotten’.  A code is sent to parent’s mobile phone. Enter this to create a new password. This is now the parent’s permanent password which they will use going forward. Here is a guide on resetting the password.