Ireland Secondary Schools

Bunclody Vocational College

We endeavour to provide a quality education to all our students in a caring, disciplined and respectful environment. Irish Street, Bunclody, Co. Wexford.

Business 2000

BUSINESS 2000 is a curriculum-linked resource designed to bring real business stories into the classroom. We hope this will complement your business studies by illustrating how theoretical concepts translate into everyday business activities.


Thurles C.B.S. was founded in 1816 by William and Thomas Cahill. The composite monastery and school was situated in what was then known as Pudding Lane.

Cabinteely Community School

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

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.

Calasanctius College

Calasanctius College Oranmore is a co-educational college, which caters for the needs of the local community. The students come from Oranmore and surrounding areas, including Maree, Carnmore, Claregalway, Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan and the south side of Galway City.

Carrick-On-Shannon Community School

The school was established in 1994 with the object of providing a comprehensive post-primary education to all children of the community regardless of intellectual ability, religious background or family means. Community School, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim

Carrickfergus Grammar School

One of the youngest controlled Grammar schools in Northern Ireland, it opened in 1962 with 60 pupils and 4 teachers. It now boasts 800 pupils drawn from 25 feeder schools stretching from Islandmagee and Ballynure to the suburbs of Belfast.

Carrigaline Community School

Carrigaline Community School or CCS is situated in the village of Carrigaline which is located about 7 miles from Cork city.

Castlepollard Community College

Castlepollard Community College is a small co-educational school with a multi-denominational ethos. The Campus which was opened in 2005 boasts the most modern of facilities and is built on a green field site with a full size football pitch and basketball and tennis courts to the rear of the building. Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath