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List of fee paying schools in Ireland

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This is a list of private fee-paying secondary schools in the Republic of Ireland by province.


In 2016, there were 51 private second level schools in Ireland. In the academic year 2014/15, those 51 schools had 24,112 students enrolled.

Annual day fees are on average between €4,000 to €7,000, however the cost of boarding can increase these fees significantly, all the way up to more than €15,000 for the school year.

In 2012, private schools in Ireland took in €121 million in fees out of a total revenue of €227 million.


  • Garbally College
  • Sligo Grammar School
  • Yeats College
  • Leinster

  • Cistercian College, Roscrea
  • Clongowes Wood College
  • Drogheda Grammar School
  • Dundalk Grammar School
  • Gormanston College
  • Kilkenny College
  • Leinster Senior College
  • Newbridge College
  • Newtown School, Waterford
  • St. Gerard's School
  • Wilson's Hospital School
  • Dublin

  • Alexandra College
  • Ashfield College
  • Belvedere College
  • Blackrock College
  • Castleknock College
  • Catholic University School
  • C.B.C. Monkstown
  • Gonzaga College
  • The High School
  • Institute of Education
  • John Scottus School
  • The King's Hospital
  • Loreto Abbey, Dalkey
  • Loreto College, Foxrock
  • Lycée Français d'Irlande
  • Mount Anville Secondary School
  • Rockbrook Park School
  • St. Andrew's College
  • St Columba's College
  • St Conleth's College
  • St. Kilian's German School
  • St Mary's College
  • St Michael's College
  • Sandford Park School
  • Sutton Park School
  • Terenure College
  • Wesley College
  • Munster

  • Bandon Grammar School
  • Christian Brothers College, Cork
  • Glenstal Abbey School
  • Presentation Brothers College, Cork
  • Rockwell College
  • Villiers School
  • References

    List of fee-paying schools in Ireland Wikipedia

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