WELCOME TO THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY SECONDARY SCHOOL

 

Catholic University School is a private, Catholic school for boys from 3 years to 18 years, and for girls for pre-school.

Under the Trusteeship of the Marist Fathers, CUS is located in the heart of Dublin, on Lower Leeson Street

The Marist Order was founded in 1836 and almost immediately the Marists set up schools which emphasised excellence in learning and provided a context which would develop a pupil's sense of values in accordance with the Gospel. We believe passionately in the value of the education that we provide to the pupils who attend Catholic University School.

The best way to learn is through experience and we believe that CUS offers an experience of a Christian community that will help each pupil that comes to it to become the person that God intended him to be. We believe in providing a balance in pupil's lives by offering opportunities to develop rounded personalities and a sense of responsibility in their personal lives. We do this because we believe in educating the whole person - their minds and bodies but above all their hearts and spirits.

Please enjoy our website. For any further information please contact the school office.

 

 

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Darkness Into Light 2021
Many thanks to everyone who took part in Darkness into Light this morning. Don't forget to send your photos to Ms Byrne at aoifebyrne@cus.ie

https://youtu.be/B4Zop3GGObU

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Darkness Into Light 2021
Many thanks to everyone who took part in Darkness into Light this morning. Dont forget to send your photos to Ms Byrne at aoifebyrne@cus.ie

https://youtu.be/B4Zop3GGObU

https://uniquepublishing.page.link/9tQF

Saturday 8th May - Rugby training to go ahead as planned
All rugby sessions will go ahead as planned this morning. The rain is expected to pass by 9:00
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Saturday 8th May - Rugby training to go ahead as planned 
All rugby sessions will go ahead as planned this morning. The rain is expected to pass by 9:00
https://uniquepublishing.page.link/WoLV

Darkness Into Light 2021
Although we can't all be physically together for Darkness Into Light 2021, the one thing that unites us all is the Sunrise. No matter where you are, everyone of us experiences the same warmth and promise of brighter days ahead, because even though we’re apart, the sunrise is a moment of hope shared by everyone.

Best of luck to everyone taking part in darkness into light tomorrow.
Don't forget to send your DIL sunrise photos to Ms Byrne at Aoifebyrne@cus.ie by 3pm on Saturday.

(Note: picture taken in 2019)
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Darkness Into Light 2021
Although we cant all be physically together for Darkness Into Light 2021, the one thing that unites us all is the Sunrise. No matter where you are, everyone of us experiences the same warmth and promise of brighter days ahead, because even though we’re apart, the sunrise is a moment of hope shared by everyone.

Best of luck to everyone taking part in darkness into light tomorrow. 
Dont forget to send your DIL sunrise photos to Ms Byrne at Aoifebyrne@cus.ie by 3pm on Saturday. 

(Note: picture taken in 2019)
https://uniquepublishing.page.link/DLZc

Leinster Rugby
Many thanks to the Leinster Rugby team for signing the CUS jersey after their Pro14 Final against Munster. We'd also like to thank the Junior Team Head Coach, Stephen Maher, for organising it.
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Leinster Rugby 
Many thanks to the Leinster Rugby team for signing the CUS jersey after their Pro14 Final against Munster. Wed also like to thank the Junior Team Head Coach, Stephen Maher, for organising it. 
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Darkness Into Light 2021
A reminder that Darkness into Light takes place on Saturday 8th May. We encourage staff, parents and students to register and take part in the event.

https://www.darknessintolight.ie/home-page-2021

Last years video can be found at
https://youtu.be/dG9-N-GEgd4

Please let Ms Byrne know when you have registered and send her your pictures on the day (aoifebyrne@cus.ie)
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Darkness Into Light 2021
A reminder that Darkness into Light takes place on Saturday 8th May. We encourage staff, parents and students to register and take part in the event.

https://www.darknessintolight.ie/home-page-2021

Last years video can be found at
https://youtu.be/dG9-N-GEgd4

Please let Ms Byrne know when you have registered and send her your pictures on the day (aoifebyrne@cus.ie)
https://uniquepublishing.page.link/vqFe
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Roan O'Halloran and Cathal Lynch were presented with their plaques by Gael Linn yesterday for their part in the regional final of comórtas an phiarsaigh. Debating will take place tomorrow 15:45-16:http://45.in Rm 29

Well done to Seán O'Connor in 6th Year who has raised over €6,000 by running a marathon for the Fionn Brogan Trust. https://www.idonate.ie/fundraiser/11401273_se--n-s-page.html

This year's Darkness into Light will take place on Saturday 8th May. As in previous years, we ask the CUS community to sign up, take part and share their sunrise moment. https://www.darknessintolight.ie/home-page-2021

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Admissions

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FAQ

If you would like to know more about C.U.S. and the commonly asked questions please click the link below for more information.

 

School Executive

 

 

The Principal of C.U.S. is Clive Martin and the Vice Principal is Patricia Roberts Byrne.

For any further information please contact the school office.