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.

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WWGS Passport Award
Congratulations to TY 19/20 and 20/21 Development Education classes and everyone who has contributed to the different projects.

The WWGS Passport Award has rewarded CUS’s work that deals with justice and sustainability. It recognises the school’s contribution to St. Vincent de Paul and the Philippines Project, the exploration of justice themes across the curriculum, the school’s long legacy of debating, and our recent progress in achieving the Green Flag. The current Development Education class (pictured above with Mr. Byrne and Mr. Glynn) will lead the next phase of the Passport Award.
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WWGS Passport Award
Congratulations to TY 19/20 and 20/21 Development Education classes and everyone who has contributed to the different projects.

The WWGS Passport Award has rewarded CUS’s work that deals with justice and sustainability. It recognises the school’s contribution to St. Vincent de Paul and the Philippines Project, the exploration of justice themes across the curriculum, the school’s long legacy of debating,  and our recent progress in achieving the Green Flag. The current Development Education class (pictured above with Mr. Byrne and Mr. Glynn) will lead the next phase of the Passport Award.
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Some photos from the TY trip to Glendalough

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TY Hike to Glendalough
Last Thursday, we got our first taste of our Transition Year Outdoor Pursuits Programme in our trip to Glendalough. After our first class, we set out from CUS to Glendalough in high spirits. Instead of our usual two buses, we had to take four to accommodate social distancing. It was a strange experience having to sit apart from each other on the bus, let alone wearing masks, but the journey was still enjoyable regardless. The conversation still flowed; who was going to be put in who’s fantasy team, what the homework was the night before, the usual stuff.

When we arrived at Glendalough, we were put into four different groups, before being led off by Mr. Israel on the 5k hike around the upper lakes. The scenery was breathtaking. Personally, whenever I take a walk, I never really take much notice of the environment around me. However, a few minutes into the hike, I was taken aback by just how beautiful the scenery was. The lake was so calm and clear, and the trees and sky shone in its reflection. After hiking around the upper lake, we took a break for lunch. Again, it was strange to have a socially distanced lunch, but enjoyable nonetheless. After finishing off our food we made our way back to the buses, and drove back to Dublin.

Overall, it was a very enjoyable trip. It was great to be away with the lads again, even with the Covid guidelines. A big thanks to all the staff for facilitating the trip and making it happen in the first place. We’re all eagerly looking forward to the next one.

Billy Dunne TY
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TY Hike to Glendalough
Last Thursday, we got our first taste of our Transition Year Outdoor Pursuits Programme in our trip to Glendalough. After our first class, we set out from CUS to Glendalough in high spirits. Instead of our usual two buses, we had to take four to accommodate social distancing. It was a strange experience having to sit apart from each other on the bus, let alone wearing masks, but the journey was still enjoyable regardless. The conversation still flowed; who was going to be put in who’s fantasy team, what the homework was the night before, the usual stuff. 

When we arrived at Glendalough, we were put into four different groups, before being led off by Mr. Israel on the 5k hike around the upper lakes. The scenery was breathtaking. Personally, whenever I take a walk, I never really take much notice of the environment around me. However, a few minutes into the hike, I was taken aback by just how beautiful the scenery was. The lake was so calm and clear, and the trees and sky shone in its reflection. After hiking around the upper lake, we took a break for lunch. Again, it was strange to have a socially distanced lunch, but enjoyable nonetheless. After finishing off our food we made our way back to the buses, and drove back to Dublin.

Overall, it was a very enjoyable trip. It was great to be away with the lads again, even with the Covid guidelines. A big thanks to all the staff for facilitating the trip and making it happen in the first place. We’re all eagerly looking forward to the next one.

Billy Dunne TY
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Junior Rugby
Monday: Pitch session in Bird Ave 16:00 to 17:30
Tuesday: S&C in the school gym 15:45 to 16:45
Wednesday: Pitch session in Bird Ave 14:00 to 15:30
Thursday: S&C in the school gym 07:30
Friday: S&C in the school gym 07:30
Saturday: Pitch session in Bird Ave time TBC
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Junior Rugby
Monday: Pitch session in Bird Ave 16:00 to 17:30
Tuesday: S&C in the school gym 15:45 to 16:45
Wednesday: Pitch session in Bird Ave 14:00 to 15:30
Thursday: S&C in the school gym 07:30
Friday: S&C in the school gym 07:30
Saturday: Pitch session in Bird Ave time TBC
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Senior Rugby
Arrangements for the coming week
Monday: S&C 07:10 in school gym. Pitch session in Bird Ave 16:00 to 17:30
Wednesday: S&C 07:10 in school gym. Pitch session in Bird Ave 14:00 to 15:30
Friday: Bird Ave 16:00 to 18:15

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Senior Rugby
Arrangements for the coming week
Monday: S&C 07:10 in school gym. Pitch session in Bird Ave 16:00 to 17:30
Wednesday: S&C 07:10 in school gym. Pitch session in Bird Ave 14:00 to 15:30
Friday: Bird Ave 16:00 to 18:15

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School Executive

 

 

The Principal of C.U.S. is Thomas J Byrne and the Vice Principal is Patricia Roberts Byrne.

For any further information please contact the school office.