Creevy National School (also known as Scoil Náisiúnta Br. Mícheál Ó Cléirigh) is situated in the parish of Kilbarron. We are only 5km from the historic town of Ballyshannon towards Rossnowlagh. The Creevy area is known for its natural beauty by the sea and rich cultural heritage.
We currently have 208 pupils, both boys and girls, who come from a wide surrounding catchment area. The school was renovated in 2010 and our modern facilities include eight classrooms, library, support rooms, multi-purpose sports hall, school garden and play area.
The school has a catholic ethos, but we welcome pupils from all (or no) religious background. We provide a wide variety of experiences for our pupils and have a range of modern facilities in a rural school community environment.
Our whole school staff provide a positive school climate which is enhanced by our very supportive board of management and parents’ association.