Margaret Aylward Community College was established in September 1969 by the Sisters of the Holy Faith. It transferred to the City of Dublin VEC (now City of Dublin Education and Training Board) in 1983.
The Education Policy of the school is to provide an atmosphere in which students can develop their full potential. Punctuality, regular attendance and a serious attitude to study are regarded as essential. The religious and moral development of the student forms an important part of the school policy. Margaret Aylward Community College has a well-deserved reputation for its academic standards. We constantly strive to improve and expand the range of subjects and options within the school to meet the ever-changing needs of our students and society.