Clongowes Wood College is a leading boarding school set in beautiful surroundings, thirty kilometers from Dublin in the heart of the Co. Kildare countryside. A Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, Clongowes strives to support students in their growth towards a greater understanding and awareness of their faith and the part that this plays in their lives. We are a home from home for 450 boys from all over Ireland and abroad.

Since 1814, Clongowes graduates have become leaders in the areas of business, sport, politics and the arts. Our warm and happy school puts the care and nurturing of each individual student at the heart of everything we do.

Clongowes is a special place that provides an all-round education in a dynamic living and learning community. Our facilities are exemplary with every opportunity given to each student to develop, grow and learn in order to fulfil his potential.

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We especially invite all mothers to come and join us for our Sunday Eucharist this Sunday at 11am in the Sport Hall. #MothersDay ... See MoreSee Less

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Anne SlingoWish I could be there! One of my most memorable masses ever was there! Bit too far to come from Melbourne, Australia though! Greetings to all in Clongowes.

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Best of luck to the 6 boys & Mr Murray who have headed off to Kolkatta to assist with the work of the @HopeFoundation #menforothers ... See MoreSee Less

Great result for our two teams in the All Ireland Applied Maths Final - 2nd & 4th place. Well done boys & Mr O'Hara! ... See MoreSee Less

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Grammar boys had a ball on their recent tour to Belfast for the u15 RBAI tournament and even met up with some players from Pro 12 side Treviso who were staying in the same hotel. The boys had three good wins in the group stages, including a very impressive 28-0 victory against Dungannon. They were unfortunately beaten in the semi-final of the tournament by Wallace High School, eventual winners. ​
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Grammar boys had a ball on their recent tour to Belfast for the u15 RBAI tournament and even met up with some players from Pro 12 side Treviso who were staying in the same hotel.  The boys had three good wins in the group stages, including a very impressive 28-0 victory against Dungannon. They were unfortunately beaten in the semi-final of the tournament by Wallace High School, eventual winners. ​

Tough day at the office but a great performance put down by the boys. Best of luck @Belvederecolleg in the final. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday's Drop Everything and Read event saw boys and staff take time to pick up a good book and relax!
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Fridays Drop Everything and Read event saw boys and staff take time to pick up a good book and relax!

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Tom & James pictured with Fr. Michael Sheil SJ to promote their Clongowes rugby balls as part of their fundraising efforts for Duck Push 2017. Available at reception for just €20. Proceeds go towards the purchase of medical equipment for sick children in Crumlin Hospital ... See MoreSee Less

Tom & James pictured with Fr. Michael Sheil SJ to promote their Clongowes rugby balls as part of their fundraising efforts for Duck Push 2017.  Available at reception for just €20. Proceeds go towards the purchase of medical equipment for sick children in Crumlin Hospital

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Ed CollinsWould you post one to the uk for me ....

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We especially invite all mothers to come and join us for our Sunday Eucharist this Sunday at 11am in the Sport Hall. #MothersDay ... See MoreSee Less

Laurena Hayes, Frank Farrell and 10 others like this

Anne SlingoWish I could be there! One of my most memorable masses ever was there! Bit too far to come from Melbourne, Australia though! Greetings to all in Clongowes.

2 days ago
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Musical Chairs
TY boys & guests from Age Action enjoy musical chairs to the soundtrack of Joe Dolan. Great fun!
... See MoreSee Less

Olwen Roe, Ann Burns and 28 others like this

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Best of luck to the 6 boys & Mr Murray who have headed off to Kolkatta to assist with the work of the @HopeFoundation #menforothers ... See MoreSee Less

Great result for our two teams in the All Ireland Applied Maths Final - 2nd & 4th place. Well done boys & Mr O'Hara! ... See MoreSee Less

Clongowes Wood College SJ added 2 new photos.

Grammar boys had a ball on their recent tour to Belfast for the u15 RBAI tournament and even met up with some players from Pro 12 side Treviso who were staying in the same hotel. The boys had three good wins in the group stages, including a very impressive 28-0 victory against Dungannon. They were unfortunately beaten in the semi-final of the tournament by Wallace High School, eventual winners. ​
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Grammar boys had a ball on their recent tour to Belfast for the u15 RBAI tournament and even met up with some players from Pro 12 side Treviso who were staying in the same hotel.  The boys had three good wins in the group stages, including a very impressive 28-0 victory against Dungannon. They were unfortunately beaten in the semi-final of the tournament by Wallace High School, eventual winners. ​

Tough day at the office but a great performance put down by the boys. Best of luck @Belvederecolleg in the final. ... See MoreSee Less

Clongowes Wood College SJ added 4 new photos.

Friday's Drop Everything and Read event saw boys and staff take time to pick up a good book and relax!
... See MoreSee Less

Fridays Drop Everything and Read event saw boys and staff take time to pick up a good book and relax!

Ada Wozniak, Stella Leung and 25 others like this

Phillip AmataMcCormack posing- doesn't he realize the book is upside down!

3 weeks ago

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Tom & James pictured with Fr. Michael Sheil SJ to promote their Clongowes rugby balls as part of their fundraising efforts for Duck Push 2017. Available at reception for just €20. Proceeds go towards the purchase of medical equipment for sick children in Crumlin Hospital ... See MoreSee Less

Tom & James pictured with Fr. Michael Sheil SJ to promote their Clongowes rugby balls as part of their fundraising efforts for Duck Push 2017.  Available at reception for just €20. Proceeds go towards the purchase of medical equipment for sick children in Crumlin Hospital

Imelda Green, Cristina Valentini and 40 others like this

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