The Patrician Academy is an all Boys Secondary School located in the North Cork Town of Mallow
The school was established by the Catholic diocese of Cloyne OVER one hundred and thirty years ago with the purpose of providing education for the young boys of Mallow.
For most of its ‘lifetime’ the school was managed by the Patrician Brothers who left Mallow in 1994. The school is now managed by a Board of Management consisting of four Trustee representatives, two parents’ representative and two teachers’ representatives.
The school has an enviable reputation for its academic excellence and its commitment to the fullest possible development of its students
While the Academy built its early reputation on academic excellence it has always readily embraced new ideas and subjects. Thus, in more recent times the school has achieved a reputation as a centre of excellence for education in Computer and Building Technologies.
The Academy is justly proud of its pupils who, over the years, have achieved at the highest levels in all walks of life all over the world
AGREED REPORT BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING, 11th December, 2017 The meeting opened with a prayer. The Chair welcomed the Board Ratification of Chairperson:- The Board ratified the appointment of [...]
Building Projects Update Monastery Building The work is progressing well on site. It is estimated that the building may be reoccupied in Mid-March. Temporary Accommodation Thermostats have been installed in all the Portakabins to regulate [...]
On Friday 1st December The Patrician Academy hosted a Vex Robotics Scrimmage in The School Gym.This competition which aims to develop the STEM subjects(Science, technology, engineering, and maths), is promoted by Dell EMC and sees [...]
On Thursday last the 23rd, in the Charleville Park Hotel An Garda Siochana recognised youth volunteers from Cork North, in their annual youth awards. Patrician Academy 5th Year student Eoghan Kenny received an award for [...]
PATRICIAN ACADEMY, MALLOW REPORT OF BOARD OF MANAGEMENT MEETING 18th Sept., 2017. The meeting opened with a prayer. The minutes off May 31st and Special meeting of August 8th were adopted Matters Arising: [...]