St.Michael's College

St.Michael’s College was founded in 1944 by the Congregation of the Holy Spirit (The Spiritans), as a Catholic Junior School for boys. It was extended in 1975 to be a full Secondary School. Today it operates through a partnership of laity and religious.  The School is under the patronage of St.Michael, the Archangel, whose personal challenge “Quis ut Deus”, “Who is like unto God”, serves as a challenge for the school.  The College authorities promote a collaborative approach to the pursuit of excellence incorporating parents (the primary educators), teachers and students. This approach creates a very positive synergy among all the stakeholders, a fact that has been acknowledged in numerous evaluations carried out by the Department of Education and Science.  We encourage you to continue through the various pages of our website and to gather a picture of the broad scope of educational initiatives in place. Please feel free to contact us at any stage if you have any questions or if you would like to arrange a visit. Mr.T.Kelleher, Principal.

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St.Michael's College, Ailesbury Road, Dublin D04A373

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