Enrolment for 2022/2023 1st Year students will close on Friday 14th January at 1:30pm. Application forms can be downloaded by clicking here or can be picked up from the school. Please click on our Admissions Notice or Admission Policy if you require further information on either of these policies.
Lanesboro Community College
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Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), Following on from meetings held yesterday between the Minister for Education, her Department officials, public health representatives, school management bodies and union officials, the decision has been made to reopen schools as planned tomorrow, January 6th. We are still awaiting further guidance documentation which is due to issue today. This will contain further […]
Happy New Year Everyone, As we approach the start of Term 2 and welcome students back to school tomorrow, we wish to draw your attention to the following: If a student has tested positive for COVID-19, they will be contact traced by the National Contact Tracing Team and asked to identify their close contacts. The student who tested […]
TY play Rehearsals continue for the TY show ‘Fair Play’. Next Tuesday is the big day, we look forward to it. Christmas Jumper day Wear a Christmas jumper this Friday in aid of Cancer Research Christmas buzz First years are busy bees creating the buzz magazine Christmas edition. BT Young Scientist Our two successful candidates Edgars […]
Felix Ferox – What’s the Story?
The black cat, lounging comfortably at the front of the school, is a well-kown and much-loved feature of Lanesboro Community College. But where did it come from?
Felix Ferox was made by the art students, under the guidance of Ms. Spence, in 2008. The students were inspired by a story written by local children in 1938. The sculpture is made from concrete and took months to complete.