Founded by the Holy Ghost Order (Spiritans) in 1890, St Mary’s College Senior School has 450 boys, with a tight-knit sense of community and shared values. We are a small school where everybody knows everybody else, an academic school in which students are expected to go to Third Level, a sporting school with a noted tradition, a missionary school with strong links to the developing world.

School Notices

126th Academic Year

Christmas Charitable work

Christmas is a time to remember the less fortunate and the school is working with St. Vincent De Paul to help the disadvantaged in the local community.  We are running a homelessness project - collecting items for the homeless and raising funds directly through our Cake Sale on December 2nd.  Please take a moment to read about them - 
Homelessness Project -

St. Mary's Archives Online

The school is delighted to launch a new Online Archive
This material was digitised through the support and good offices of two past pupils, Mr Vincent McGovern (1952) and Mr Liam Birkett (1959). It comprises downloadable versions of each of the College annuals, as well as copies of the school newsletter An Realt, and a searchable and downloadable edition of Fr Maher's 'A History of St Mary's 1890 - 1990'.
The Archive can be accessed here