Ireland Secondary Schools

Total records: 52

Beech Hill College

Beech Hill College is an all inclusive, co-educational, democratically administered second level College under County Monaghan Vocational Education Committee. Monaghan, Co. Monaghan

Belgrove Senior Boys School

At Scoil Naomh Eoin Baiste, Buachaill?ɬ? Sinsearacha, our aim is to provide a safe and caring environment in which each child can achieve his full potential, academically, socially and spiritually. Seafield Road West, Clontarf, Dublin 3

Belvedere College S.J.

Situated in the heart of Dublin City, Belvedere College S.J. is a school for boys founded in 1832. It continues today a tradition rooted in the Jesuit approach to education. Great Denmark Street. Dublin, 1

Blackrock College

Blackrock College, set in 56 acres of rolling parkland on the broad sweep of Dublin Bay, lies four miles from the city centre. Founded by the Holy Ghost Fathers in 1860, Blackrock is one of the Orders five schools in Ireland and is run by the Congregation in close co-operation with a dedicated group of lay personnel

Blessington Community College

Blessington Community College is a co-educational, multi-denominational post-primary school serving the needs of the community of Blessington in Co. Wicklow.

Bruce College

Bruce College Ireland has colleges in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Belfast. Bruce College offers full and part time courses for leaving certificate and junior certificate

Bunclody Vocational College

We endeavour to provide a quality education to all our students in a caring, disciplined and respectful environment. Irish Street, Bunclody, Co. Wexford.


Thurles C.B.S. was founded in 1816 by William and Thomas Cahill. The composite monastery and school was situated in what was then known as Pudding Lane.

Carrick-On-Shannon Community School

The school was established in 1994 with the object of providing a comprehensive post-primary education to all children of the community regardless of intellectual ability, religious background or family means. Community School, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim

Carrickfergus Grammar School

One of the youngest controlled Grammar schools in Northern Ireland, it opened in 1962 with 60 pupils and 4 teachers. It now boasts 800 pupils drawn from 25 feeder schools stretching from Islandmagee and Ballynure to the suburbs of Belfast.