Welcome to the Drimnagh Castle student website. Here, we will be refreshing you with all the latest news and updates of the school. Drimnagh Castle Secondary School is a Christian Brothers secondary school located on the Long Mile Road in the suburb of Drimnagh, Dublin. The school buildings are situated directly beside the old Norman castle from which the school takes its name.

Transition Year

Adam Sterio Transition year 2021-22 has been filled with activities, and so we were much more fortunate than the previous year, due to covid. Read More

Farewell To The Castle

6th year Student Daniel Pop reflects on his time in Drimnagh Castle Read More

After a prolonged absence, sport made a strong return this year to The Castle with many of our sports teams reaching semi finals, finals and even winning trophies again!READ MORE

An Choill Beag

An Choill Beag is a collaboration between the students of Drimnagh Castle, LEAF Ireland and An Taisce, in which a small, native woodland habitat is being developed on the school grounds. Read More

Past Pupil Francis Matthews @ The Molesworth Gallery

Our 5th year Art students had the honour of a guided Tour of The Molesworth Gallery with past pupil Francis Matthews. Francis is currently exhibiting his work there until June. Read More

BWG Enterprise Project

Our 2nd year Business Students were involved in an innovative 8 week programme with a local business, aimed to teach our students up to date business skills in a real environment. Read More

Castle Tours

After an extended hiatus our students and teachers finally had the chance to take part in trips and tours again this year. Many groups headed off to museums, fun parks, adventure centres, The Gaeltacht and even the zoo.

All Ireland Boxing Champions

Two Drimnagh Castle students, Aaron Keogh & Jamie Collins recently competed in The All Ireland Boxing Finals with both students taking home GOLD. Read More

Castle Boys in Green

Two Drimnagh Castle students, Bez Agbontaen & Charlie Hamilton recently had the honour of representing their country with The Republic of Ireland U15 soccer team in Croatia. The pair even combined for a Castle to score against the hosts Croatia

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