Welcome to St. Fintan's High School

75 Anniversary

There are celebrations on the horizon and we at St. Fintan's High School want all of our past pupils to share in the occasion of our 75th anniversary!

Admissions

2018-2019 Admissions

Information for parents and students on admissions and enrolment for the new school year beginning in September 2018.

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School Calendar

Stay up-to-date with the latest school activities and events via our school calendar for the 2017-2018 school terms

Our Mission

Virtus in Arduis - Achievement through hard work

This commits the school to value all students and to promote and encourage positive attitudes to the optimum development of pupils in a community that promotes christian, catholic Values. The pursuit of excellence and the preparation of students for assuming a responsible role in the society is guided by the ethos and approach of Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice.

What's Happening at St. Fintan's

At the heart of each PE class

There are a number of solo sports here at St. Fintan’s High School that help compliment our team sports to create a strong sporting community within the school. These solo sports cater…

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Our school provides a wide range of opportunities for students to participate in team sports. There are 7 main team sports which include – Gaelic Football, Hurling, Soccer, Rugby, Basketball, Spikeball and…

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Our annual French Exchange sees a group of St. Fintan’s students visit with students from Lycée de la Côtière – and vice versa. A group of St. Fintan’s Spanish students took part in a trip to Barcelona.

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The 5 player strong Irish Junior Squash team heading to Chennai India for the Junior World Championships features 3 of our students - Conor Moran, Sam Buckley and Michael Creaven! Wishing them all the best of luck in the tournament over the coming weeks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Give one of our current students Liam Dunne a vote here, very talented hurler and highly deserving of the award.

Electric Ireland
Competition is heating up in the Electric Ireland GAA Leinster Minor Hurling Championship with two exciting semi's played last weekend. Here are this weeks talented nominees:

❤ for Liam Dunne (Dublin)
😲 for Dara Purcell (Dublin)
😆 for Ciarán Brennan (Kilkenny)

Have your say on who should win by voting for this week’s Player of the Week by using the reactions listed below (hover over the like button to select your preferred reaction to vote). Please note that comments will not be counted as votes. Voting closes this Thursday at 12pm. All nominated players will be in with a chance of making the overall Team / Player of the Year at the 2018 Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards. #GAAThisIsMajor
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St Fintan's on Twitter

The 5 player strong Irish Junior Squash team heading to Chennai India for the Junior World Championships features 3 of our students - Conor Moran, Sam Buckley and Michael Creaven! Wishing them all the best of luck in the tournament over the coming weeks!

Putting arts centre stage in the class https://t.co/U8UppzsABL St. Fintan’s has been selected as a participant in this scheme for 2018. Well done especially to the tireless efforts of Ms. Barry who was responsible for our application. #morethanasportsacademy

Congrats to dual hurling and football minor star and St. Fintan’s student Liam Dunne who is @ElectricIreland ‘s Hurling Player of the week. Best wishes to Liam and Kevin Byrne in their Leinster Final playing for @DubGAAOfficial v @kilkennygaa tomorrow in Portlaoise.

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