Ballinode college is a co-educational multi-denominational school that embraces all sections of the community, catering for the community’s educational needs through their day and evening programmes.
St Attracta's community school
St Attracta's community school offers state-of-the-art facilities, it currently provides home to approximately 660 students. St Attracta offers a wide range of subjects in both junior and senior cycles as well as an excellent transition year programme.
Colaiste Muir Ballymote
Coláiste Muire is a co-educational secondary school, under the trusteeship of CEIST, situated in the west of Ireland in the town of Ballymote.
With it's 250 pupils cand a staff of 20 teachers, Coláiste Muire operates a 6 year cycle catering for students aged between 12 and 18. Programmes covered include the Junior Certificate, the Leaving Certificate, the Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme (LCVP) and the Transition Year Programme.
Located in Ballymote, Corran College is a co-educational, non-denominational school.
Since its establishment in 1934 the school has provided a wide range of educational opportunities in the community.
St Marys College
At StMarys College in Ballysodare, students are offered a wide curriculum and are taught by a professional and dedicated staff. They offer a range of extra-curricular and sporting activities, ...
The Mercy College, a Ceist Voluntary Catholic Secondary School for girls, has a student population of over 450 students and 40 teaching staff and is located in Sligo town. The school has undergone extensive upgrading with the addition of new school facilities including a well stocked modern Library.
Jesus and Mary secondary school
The school, is located in the seaside village of Enniscrone. The voluntary secondary school has approximately 400 students and 25 teachers and prides itself on a strong academic and cultural life.
Grange Post primary school
Coola post-primary school
Since Coola Post Primary School was established in 1954, the school has adapted and responded to the many changes that have taken place in education and society in general. With 500 students attending the school, an educational experience of the highest quality is offered to these students.
Sligo Grammar school
The ethos of the school reflects its Church of Ireland background. The Church of Ireland is part of the Anglican tradition. Like any school, Sligo Grammar School values the qualities of learning, justice, individual achievement and wholeness. But its Church of Ireland ethos means that it first of all is a Christian School which operates within and encourages Christian values and faith.