Firhouse Community College Parents’ Council are arranging a Fundraising Clothing Collection on: Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th September. Please support by dropping all your unwanted clothes, bed sheets (except duvets), curtains, towels, linens and shoes to the school gym between 8.30am and 9.30am on either morning. The clothing will go to Liberty Recycling social enterprise […]
Well done to our very own Sean Smyth achieving the maximum 625 points in his Leaving Cert! Congrats to all students on their wonderful results. We wish them all the very best as they begin the next chapter in their lives!
Prefects should attend on Monday 28th August at 11am to assist with the arrival of our 1st Year students.
See our new Numeracy Wall!
We would like to wish best of luck to the 1st yr girls basketball team who are preparing for the All Ireland Quarter finals in Clonmel this Saturday. Led by their captain and Irish U15 player Sinead Keane, the team includes Alex, Ava, Angel, Maria, Grace, Emma, Kelechi, Megan, Roisin, Siobhan […]
The first of the Suburban Sounds TY Rock Band Project kicked off on Thursday 27th April. The project, which involves students being mentored by professional musicians towards creating, producing and performing music from the original conception to the final product and performance will last for three weeks including 3 workshops in […]
Young people in Firhouse Community College have helped to promote positive mental health amongst their peers and teaching staff. The project began in 2013 with two students, Ellen Kelly and Julie Collins, wanting to highlight mental health awareness visually by painting a wall in the centre of the school. They […]
Doodle for Google is now an annual competition for primary and second level students. With over 1,080 school entering and over 1,500 student entries, it is very competitive. Firhouse C.C. was delighted to have two students qualify for the final. Anuk Moroney (TY) and Martha Knight (5th Year) both qualified […]
Congratulations to Lauryn McDermott on winning the gold medal for the high jump in the Leinster Athletics Championships. We wish Lauryn the best of luck in the upcoming National Championships. Save Save