Coláiste Dhúlaigh opened in 1969. It is a co-educational school providing a wide range of both academic and practical subjects. The school provides the full range of Second Level courses and provides student support through the school’s Guidance Councillors and the CDVEC’s Psychological Services. Our school strives to provide for the education of the whole person combining good academic education and programmes for personal development.
Our school has well-established school-community links fostering positive relationships with Parents and Primary Schools through the Home School Community Liaison Teacher. These links help students benefit to the fullest possible extent from their schooling. The school encourages parents to visit the school, to support the pastoral care system, to attend parent/teacher meetings, class graduations and to support many social, cultural and sporting events in which the school is involved. The views of parents and students in relation to school policies and practices are very important to us and are welcome.
The teaching staff of Coláiste Dhúlaigh is committed to the provision of an excellent educational service, which is relevant to the needs of all students. Staff encourage students to participate fully in the school’s extracurricular activities and societies so as students will learn to think for themselves to be responsible, for their action and learn to respect the world they live in.