Ashton School promotes personal achievement through a broad and balanced education. The Best is demanded of and expected for each student. Ashton School operates on the philosophy that students perform best in an environment in which they feel valued. Blackrock Road, Cork
Athboy Community School was formed by the amalgamation of St. James Vocational School and St. Josephs Secondary School in 2004. The school provides a wide range of subjects in practical, academic and vocational areas of the curriculum. Athboy, Co. Meath
Athy College is a multi denominational co educational second level school under the governance of Kildare Wicklow Education and Training Board. We welcome students of all faiths and none. Athy, Co. Kildare
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, 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
Cabinteely Community School (CCS) is a second level school in south Dublin. Among its excellent facilities are a new sports hall, five modern, fully equipped science laboratories, two metalwork rooms, two woodwork rooms and two state of the art computer rooms. Johnstown Road, Dublin 18
Cabra Community College is acollege of the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee (CDVEC) and the school is included in the Delivering Equality of in Education (DEIS) scheme. Cabra Community College provides courses such as the Junior Certificate, Leaving Certificate, Post Leaving Certificate (PLC), Adult Leaving Certificate the Vocational Training Opportunity Scheme (VTOS), the Back to Education Initiative (BTEI), community literacy schemes and an extensive range of night classes.