Patronage – New 2nd Level School – Dublin 13

New school announced for Dublin 13 – make this a CDETB school

New post-primary school to serve Dublin 13 area (Donaghmede, Howth, Belmayne, Clongriffin) in 2019.

On 22 June, 2018 the Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton TD, launched the Department’s new Online Patronage Process System (OPPS) website and invited parents to express their preference in relation to the patronage of four new post-primary schools to be established in 2019.

One of the new schools will serve the Dublin 13 area (Donaghmede, Howth, Belmayne, Clongriffin).

The Minister is asking parents to make an informed choice in expressing a preference for their model of patronage and language medium, for their child’s education.

We are asking parents and guardians in the Dublin 13 area who are looking for a school for their child to make this school a City of Dublin Education and Training Board (CDETB) school.

Why choose CDETB as patron?

Because we have been providing high quality education in Dublin City for over 80 years in 23 schools and colleges:

We are:

  • publicly owned
  • community based
  • inclusive
  • multi-denominational (welcoming all religions and none)
  • co-educational
  • broad curriculum
  • creative
  • innovative

We provide:

  • excellence in teaching and learning
  • latest digital technologies for learning
  • extra curricular activities
  • parent and student voice
Pictures show students from Ringsend and Marino Colleges

Choose now by clicking on the link to the Department of Education & Skills’ Online Patronage Process System (OPPS)

To find out more about CDETB at Second Level go direct to our school’s websites here:

Cabra Community College

Clonturk Community College

Coláiste Eoin

Coláiste Dhúlaigh Post Primary

Kylemore College

Larkin Community College

Margaret Alyward Community College

Marino College

Presentation Community College

Ringsend College

St. Kevin’s College

Find more about CDETB Second Level Schools below

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