Welcome to East Glendalough School
Slides from 1st Year Parents’ Advice night – click here
25 February – School reopens for all students
27 February – TY Information Evening (3rd Year students and parents), 7.30pm
28 February – Induction evening for incoming 1st Years and parents, 7.30pm
2 March – Parents’ Association Meitheal
5 March – 5th Year Parent-Teacher meetings
7 March – Leaving Cert Subject Choice evening (parents and TY students)
12 March – School photographs
14 March – 2nd Year Parent Teacher Meetings
18 March – School closed (St Patrick’s Day holiday)
- Resilience – click here for some tips from our Seniors
- Mental health – click here for resources on conversations at home
- Check out this new parents’ advice guide about alcohol and young people from the HSE: http://www.askaboutalcohol.ie/parents/
- Promoting Positive Mental Health
East Glendalough School is a co-educational post-primary Comprehensive school, offering a broad Christian education through a wide curriculum of subjects approved by the Department of Education, together with sports and extra-curricular activities.
It was established in 1987 to serve the Protestant community of an area approximating to the eastern half of the diocese of Glendalough. The aim of the school is to encourage each pupil to develop to his or her full potential, to mature as an individual and to become a constructive and caring member of society. The school is small enough to allow for the personal and individual attention which allows pupils to develop in a secure and caring environment, while it is large enough to offer a very wide range of academic, sporting and extra-curricular activities.
East Glendalough School is a Church of Ireland managed co-educational Comprehensive day school under the patronage of the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glendalough.
The school was established to serve the Protestant community of an area approximating to the eastern half of the diocese of Glendalough.
East Glendalough School seeks to provide a broad Christian education and to develop spiritual and moral values, personal and social skills and the highest standards of excellence in all areas of school activity.
At all times, emphasis is placed on politeness, courtesy, co-operation and respect for others and their property.