Second Schools

  • Grennan College

    Grennan College is a community of people – staff, students, parents and associated groups – working to achieve the highest level of accomplishment for all of its students. In order to reach full potential, the most important need must come from within the student; guided, encouraged and nurtured by teachers, management, parents and peers.

  • Our Lady of Lourdes

    Our Lady Of Lourdes Secondary School is a small single sex all girls school under the trusteeship of the Bishop of Ossory.

    The school currently has 380 students enrolled.The school offers the full range of subjects up to honours Leaving Certificate level. Most of our students go on to third-level and the school is well known as a centre of academic excellence.

  • Coláiste Cois Siúire

    The school, through a comprehensive education programme, aims to provide educational opportunities to meet the needs of each individual student. It is a non-selective school, enrolling pupils of the full ability range from all sections of the social strata. It is co-educational with a policy of eliminating gender bias, encouraging girls to study traditional boy’s subjects and vice versa. It provides religious education for all denominations.

  • Loreto Convent

    As a catholic school in the Loreto tradition, we aim to create a warm and caring community.

    Extra-Cirrucular: School Choir, Debating, Athletics, Hockey, Basketball, Soccer, Student Council.

    Facilities: Olympic standard Basketball Court, Indoor Soccer, Astro Turf Hockey/Soccer pitch (Floodlit), Full size soccer pitch or 4 seven-a-side pitches, Fully equipped with shower/dressing facilities.

    Principal: Colm Keher.

  • Kilkenny Presentation Convent

    The presentation Secondary School, Kilkenny is a Catholic Voluntary School. It is a community of staff, parents, pupils and management who share a Christian vision of life.

    Our school seeks to ensure that the students are enabled to reach their full potential - academic, spiritual, physical, social, cultural and creative - encouraging them to face life with optimism, self-confidence and an appreciation of excellence at all levels.

  • Kilkenny College

    Kilkenny College, a Church of Ireland college, endeavours to offer an education of the highest standard and broadest range within the context of the development of its Christian, cultural and sporting heritages.  Each person who studies and works here is a valued member of the College community and is encouraged to make a positive contribution to the life of the school and the wellbeing of others.  The College seeks to create a friendly family atmosphere amongst pupils, teachers and members of staff. Pupils are encouraged to value honesty, reliability, punctuality and respect for others.

  • Kilkenny Vocational School

    Kilkenny City Vocational School provides a fully comprehensive curriculum in a learning environment that responds to the needs of each individual student regardless of ability level and aspires to an education that will prepare all students academically, vocationally, spiritually, physically and morally for the work/life ahead of them after school.

  • Kilkenny CBS

    CBS Kilkenny has a long and proud tradition of academic excellence and sporting achievement.

    Our vision at CBS Kilkenny is to enable our students to avail of high quality educational experiences and outcomes. To this end, there is a strong emphasis on high standards of teaching and learning, and many Departmental subject inspections over the last seven years bear this out.

  • Duiske College

    It is a non-selective, co-educational school, which aims to promote the total development of each student. Duiske College’s comprehensive programme of instruction in languages, sciences and the humanities equips our students to meet the challenges of the modern world. In addition, career guidance and counselling services are available. There is an active Parents Association and Student Council. A book rental scheme is available and annual Gaeltacht and French scholarships are offered.

  • Colaiste Pobail Osraí

    Our aim is the provide a high standard of education through the medium of Irish for our students leading to their academic, moral, personal, social and physical development - all contributing to their development as good citizens. The school is co-educational and non-denominational and offers a balanced mix of academic, technical, artistic and creative subjects.

  • Coláiste Mhuire

    The school, through a comprehensive education programme, aims to provide educational opportunities to meet the needs of each individual student. It is a non-selective school, enrolling pupils of the full ability range from all sections of the social strata. It is co-educational with a policy of eliminating gender bias, encouraging girls to study traditional boy’s subjects and vice versa. It provides religious education for all denominations.

  • St Brigid's College

    Extra Cirrucular: Book Club, Choir, Drama, Music, Camogie, Football, Volleyball, Athletics, Basketball.

    Non-Cirrucular: Learning for life Retreats, Games, Mini Companies, Mock Interviews, Community Projects, First Aid.

  • Coláiste Eamon Rís

    Coláiste Éamann Rís, Callan is a Catholic school inspired by the vision of Blessed Edmund Rice. The central purpose of the school is the religious, moral, intellectual, physical and social education of the student in an atmosphere of Christian care and concern.

    Places are available for boys (12 years+) who have completed their Primary school education or its equivalent.

  • Scoil Aireagail

    Scoil Aireagail is committed to the educational welfare of its entire community. This includes staff, students, parents and the wider population we serve.

    We do not stream in first year. Our assessment test allows us to establish an equitable ability spread throughout our classes. Is also gives us a base line on each student against which we can gauge progress in subsequent years. We have on staff an experienced group of support education teachers who assess all incoming students The details of this assessment then forms part of the student’s profile.