Junior County Council

 

St. Mary's College annually hold elections for two positions on Louth County Councils Junior Council. Two senior students are chosen from the entire student body after a full and transparent election.  The two representatives along with other schools representatives debate areas of common concern for young people in Dundalk and Louth in general.  Past students have been chosen to Chair the Junior Council as well as represent it at organised events with Ministers and Diplomats.

Students' Council

 

Under the Education Act (1999), schools are obliged to elect a Students' Council. For the past few years, 18 students have been elected to serve on the Students' Council of St. Mary's College.

The role of the student Council is to represent students' views to management, to be consulted prior to the implementation of relevant new policies, to contribute, where appropriate, to the developing of policy in the school, to be a resource working in partnership with the management of the school, to improve the school atmosphere, conditions and facilities and to generate good relations between students, staff and management.

 

In St. Mary's College the Student Council also plays an important supportive role at Parent-Teacher meetings, Open Night, First Year Mass, the Céilí and all other events that take place in the school.

Student Council 2013-2014

Student Council 2015-2016

Student Council 2012-2013

Student Council 2010-2011

Student Council 2008-2009

Student Council 2007-2008

 

The First Student Council 2006-2007

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