Terenure College - A School in the Carmelite Tradition

Terenure College was founded in 1860 and is the oldest educational establishment in the Carmelite Order. It is a boys Junior (primary) and Senior (secondary) school as well as being one of the largest houses in the Province. In 1972 it ceased being a boarding school and is now solely a day school though it is also a centre for the Open University which holds classes in the evenings and at weekends. The school educates boys for the Department of Education’s Junior and Leaving Certificates and also has a wide range of co-curricular activities and is probably best known as one of the country’s leading rugby-playing schools. The school recently embarked on another building programme which has seen the swimming pool renovated and the Community Residence upgraded. The College Chapel also has a series of stained glass windows created by Frances Biggs, a well-known artist, and which depict Carmelite themes and saints.




Contacts:
Fr Prior, O.Carm.,
Terenure College,
Terenure,
Dublin 6W.

Tel: 01 4904621.
Fax: 01 4929888.


Fr Principal, O.Carm.,
Terenure College Junior School (Primary Education)
Or
Fr Principal, O.Carm.,
Terenure College Senior School (Secondary Education)

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