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3 March 2023

Small enough to care, large enough to challenge.”

St. Conleth’s College is a private Catholic Co-educational day school in the heart of Dublin 4. There are currently 321 pupils in the Senior School, 101 in the Junior School and 49 in the Preparatory School. St. Conleth’s College was founded in 1939 by Bernard Sheppard. For over eighty years, it has continued and expanded upon its founder’s vision: to encourage the educational development of the child and fulfil the pastoral role inspired by the school’s patron: St. Conleth, a Sixth Century saint and ‘moulder of precious metals.’ From Junior Infants to the Leaving Certificate, pupils at St. Conleth’s benefit from a rare melding of tradition and innovation which enables them to remain well-grounded yet adaptive to a changing world.

Tony Kilcommons

At St. Conleth’s College the students benefit from:
  • small class sizes
  • a long-established reputation for moulding well-rounded, confident and competent pupils
  • a safe, secure place where routine and order co-exist with the imagination and creativity
  • an environment where academic excellence is holistically promoted and achieved, and each pupil is encouraged and enabled to reach their own academic potential
  • the nurturing of athletic, debating, musical and artistic skills and their further development in friendly competition
  • a school community which emphasises education as a tripartite dynamic: pupil, teacher and parent
  • an ethos which is centred on respect for one-self and others, and encourages an active engagement with the wider, local community
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