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Templeogue College

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Established  1966
Religious institute  Holy Ghost Fathers
Phone  +353 1 490 5788
Province  Leinster
Founded  1966
Principal  Aoife O'Donnell
Website  templeoguecollege.ie
Number of students  650
Motto  In Virtute Scientia
Staff  42
Address  Templeville Rd, Dublin, Ireland

Templeogue college class of 2008


Templeogue College C.S.Sp is an Irish secondary school in the suburb of Templeogue in Dublin. It was founded in 1966 and is run by the Holy Ghost Fathers, a Roman Catholic religious institute.

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The Latin motto of the school is In Virtute Scientia ('education rooted in virtue') and the principal is Aoife O' Donnell, assisted by Eddie Guilmartin.

There are 650 pupils and 42 teachers. The school rugby team (colours are red and blue) has reached the finals of the Leinster Schools Junior Cup twice, in 1980 and 1985, however, they were not successful. In 2002, a team visited South Africa, the first state school in Ireland to do so.

Sports played at the school include rugby union, basketball, athletics, Gaelic football, association football, and hurling. Sixty boys are involved in the school's concert band.

In 2005, the Irish Times listed Templeogue College as one of the top 25 non-fee paying schools in Ireland, based on the proportion of students going on to university. The school is on the R112 road and is served by Dublin Bus routes 54A, 15A, 15B, 49, 150, 74/A, and 65/B.

12 january 2015 de la salle churchtown in action against templeogue college


Alumni

  • Dave Couse, Martin Healy and Ferg Bunbury of Dublin band A House
  • Lorcan Dempsey, Vice President and Chief Strategist of OCLC
  • Colm Foley, footballer with St Patrick's Athletic
  • Diarmuid Gavin, award winning gardener TV personality
  • Morgan Kelly (Irish economist), Professor of Economics at UCD
  • Conor McPhillips, Connacht and Irish Sevens Rugby Union player
  • Shane O'Donoghue, Director of Broadcasting Empire State Building
  • Eoghan O'Gara, Gaelic footballer, Dublin inter-county team
  • Malcolm O'Kelly, former Irish international rugby union player
  • Mick Pyro, lead singer of the band Republic of Loose
  • Rob Rogers, FIFA International and League of Ireland football referee
  • Michael Scanlan, former secretary general of the Department of Health and Children
  • Rob Smith, indie musician and singer-songwriter
  • Enda Stevens, League of Ireland footballer for Shamrock Rovers and Aston Villa
  • Patrick Sullivan, footballer with Cork City Football Club
  • Michael Turner, Master of the Coombe Women's Hospital
  • References

    Templeogue College Wikipedia


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