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 boarding school 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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Thank you for your ongoing support of Duck Push 2019 fundraising. Syntax boys will have a range of products on offer at the Christmas Concert on Sunday including Clongowes Wine, Christmas Cards, Christmas Tree Baubles and Tote Bags to help everyone get ready for Christmas. ...

Thank you for your ongoing support of Duck Push 2019 fundraising. Syntax boys will have a range of products on offer at the Christmas Concert on Sunday including Clongowes Wine, Christmas Cards, Christmas Tree Baubles and Tote Bags to help everyone get ready for Christmas.Image attachment

Huge congratulations to Cathal Tuohy (OC19) for achieving first place in the country in the Leaving Cert physics exam with a perfect score of 100%. He was awarded the silver medal by the Institute of Physics in Ireland in recognition of his achievement. Pictured with his physics teacher, Mr Stephen O'Hara and Dr Yvonne Kavanagh, Chair of IOP Ireland. ...

Huge congratulations to Cathal Tuohy (OC19) for achieving first place in the country in the Leaving Cert physics exam with a perfect score of 100%. He was awarded the silver medal by the Institute of Physics in Ireland in recognition of his achievement. Pictured with his physics teacher, Mr Stephen OHara and Dr Yvonne Kavanagh, Chair of IOP Ireland.

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Amazing achievement! Huge congrats to Cathal & Mr O’Hara

Fantastic achievement. Well done Cathal.

Fantastic ...Congratulations Cathal 👏

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Thank you for your ongoing support of Duck Push 2019 fundraising. Syntax boys will have a range of products on offer at the Christmas Concert on Sunday including Clongowes Wine, Christmas Cards, Christmas Tree Baubles and Tote Bags to help everyone get ready for Christmas. ...

Thank you for your ongoing support of Duck Push 2019 fundraising. Syntax boys will have a range of products on offer at the Christmas Concert on Sunday including Clongowes Wine, Christmas Cards, Christmas Tree Baubles and Tote Bags to help everyone get ready for Christmas.Image attachment

Huge congratulations to Cathal Tuohy (OC19) for achieving first place in the country in the Leaving Cert physics exam with a perfect score of 100%. He was awarded the silver medal by the Institute of Physics in Ireland in recognition of his achievement. Pictured with his physics teacher, Mr Stephen O'Hara and Dr Yvonne Kavanagh, Chair of IOP Ireland. ...

Huge congratulations to Cathal Tuohy (OC19) for achieving first place in the country in the Leaving Cert physics exam with a perfect score of 100%. He was awarded the silver medal by the Institute of Physics in Ireland in recognition of his achievement. Pictured with his physics teacher, Mr Stephen OHara and Dr Yvonne Kavanagh, Chair of IOP Ireland.

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Amazing achievement! Huge congrats to Cathal & Mr O’Hara

Fantastic achievement. Well done Cathal.

Fantastic ...Congratulations Cathal 👏

Wow amazing .

Wow well done Cathal

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