Ireland Secondary Schools

Total records: 52

Carrigaline Community School

Carrigaline Community School or CCS is situated in the village of Carrigaline which is located about 7 miles from Cork city.

Christian Brothers College Monkstown

Christian Brothers College Monkstown is a member of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust, which is a trust set up by the congregation of the Christian Brothers.

Cistercian College Roscrea

Founded just over one hundred years ago by the Cistercian Monks of Mount St Joseph Abbey, the Cistercian College has since, its inception, been a leading educational establishment in Ireland.

Coachford College

Coachford College has an excellent team of teachers to enable your child to fulfil their potential and beyond. Coachford, Co.Cork.

Colaiste Bride

We believe in the value of the Catholic School and in it seek to integrate growth in Christ with the cultural enrichment acquired through human knowledge and skills. Our response requires deep commitment and dedication to the implementation of our mission statement. Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford

Colaiste Chathail Naofa

Dungarvan secondary school providing education to leaving certificate standard, post leaving certificate courses and evening classes. Youghal Road, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford.

Colaiste Chiarain

Colaiste Chiarain, Croom, Co. Limerick is situated just twenty minutes from the heart of Limerick City. This coeducational post primary college offers full-time education to boys and girls from first year to Leaving Certificate level, ranging in age from twelve to eighteen years.

Colaiste Choilm

Colaiste Choilm is a co-educational school providing education for boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18.

Colaiste Cois Siuire

Colaiste Cois Siuire opened in September 1993, replacing the old Vocational School, to meet the second level educational needs for the South Kilkenny areas of Mooncoin, Kilmacow, Mullinavat, Piltown and Templeorum.

Colaiste Eanna

Colaiste Eanna is a Catholic Secondary School for boys, founded by the Christian Brothers in 1967, to serve the needs of Ballyroan and adjacent parishes.