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Please support the Parents' Council forthcoming Table quiz which will be held in Murphy's Pub on Thursday March 22nd next at 8pm. Please support. Bring friends and family to support the school. This is a great way to get to meet with other parents. Hope to see you there.

Please note change of date:

5th Yr Parent information meeting for 3rd Level which was due to be held on the 20th March, will now be held on Tuesday 17th April 2018.  


Please click on the link to access the school's Child Protection Safeguarding Statement -2018 - please click here.

Please click on the link provided to access the school's Child Protection Safeguarding risk assessment - 2018. Please click here.

Congratulations to our wonderful basketball players who played in the SSA finals in the National Basketball Arena on Monday 19th February. Congratulations to our u19s Division 1 players who beat St Mary's Baldoyle in a gripping final. Well done girls on this fantastic win and special congratulations to Lynn Tunnah on receiving player of the match award.
Comiserations to our u16s team who were beaten by St Mary's, Baldoyle. Well done on your great performance and we wish you every success in the future. Thank you to Coach G for all his work with the teams and to Ms Brady, Ms O'Reilly and Mr King for all their help and support.
A special word of thanks to the wonderful supporters who travelled to the Arena and gave the finals a special Louis touch. Louis the Lion was also very active on the sideline!!

Cór Clainne San Lughaidh

On Friday 26 th January 2018 we hosted our first Cór Clainne in St Louis High School. This was to mark the beginning of Catholic Schools Week whilst embracing the message of the forthcoming world meeting of families which will be held in Ireland in August 2018. The St Louis ethos is centred on creating a strong sense of community and family – Ut Sint Unum (That we may be one). It was our aim to celebrate the family through the beauty of music. All First Years were requested to invite a relative to join them for a collective choral experience. They, along with their guests, came together in Cuisle, our Arts and Cultural Centre to rehearse two choral pieces. We had great fun and the newly-formed choir learned What A Beautiful World and Count on Me by Bruno Mars. We all enjoyed refreshments together at the interval and returned to Cuisle to fine tune the songs before making a recording. Thank you to our instrumentalists from other year groups who shared their talents and especially to the Music dept of Ms Kehoe, Ms Duggan and Ms Madden who ensured the success of this event.      -  C McDonough (Principal) We will post the recordings of the songs very soon.  Please click on the song titles below to listen to both performances.
What a Wonderful World

Please click here to download our Christmas Newsletter.
School will re-open on January 8th 2018.


Congratulations to the following students from last year's leaving certificate class on receiving awards based on their leaving certificate results. Congratulations to Chloe O'Byrne and Ruth Hutton who both received scholar awards from UCD. Congratulations also to Emma O'Doherty on her award from the IATA for achieving the highest mark in Ireland in her LC Art History exam. Well done girls on your wonderful achievements. Pictured below are the girls on receipt of their respective awards.

Congratulations to past pupil Stacey Flood on her achievements in rugby in Australia. Click here to read an interesting article on her time in Australia.

Best of luck to all students in their forthcoming Mock exams. Exams commence week beginning January 29th 2018. Timetable will be displayed in the foyer of the school.

All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad
The Problem Solvers’ Challenge
The All Ireland Linguistics Olympiad (AILO) is a national contest in which students must develop their own strategies for solving complex puzzles.  These problems are based on fascinating languages from around the globe.
AILO challenges secondary school students to test their minds against the world's toughest problems in logic, language and linguistics.  Students must develop their own strategies for solving complex problems in unfamiliar languages - making AILO a fabulous way to hone problem-solving and lateral thinking skills.
Any student who is interested in this competition should come to Room 37 on Mondays at 1pm to find out more.
Claire O’Connor, a 6 th year student in St Louis High School in 2016 said the following about her experience of AIOL:
"I wouldn’t exchange this opportunity I had to represent Ireland for anything, it was a great honour, and was not short of phenomenal." Claire O’Connor, Bronze Medallist, International Linguistics Olympiad 2016

Congratulations to all performers and crew from both St Louis HIgh School and St Mary's College on the recent production of All Shook Up. There were fabulous performances on eacch occasion. Thank you to every body who helped out with the organisation, production team, supervision, front of house and back stage throughout the run. Special word of thanks to Ms Kehoe for all her endeavours in ensuring this was a wonderful production.

The French Ciné Club is held every Friday at 1.05pm-1.30pm in Rm 41. All 1st, 2nd & 3rd Yrs are welcome to attend. Bienvenue!

Please click here for an update on all the Sports Clubs. Clubs have commenced and we would encourage students who have not already signed up to join up. Keeping active and fit is so important and provides a balance to study etc.  

Please click here to access the school calendar for 2017-2018.

Our Mobile Phone policy has changed.   Phones are to switched off and put away in the bags and in lockers. Enjoy quality time with your friends at break and lunchtimes. Phones, however, may be used to support learning in classroom if allowed by teachers.  

Booklists for 2017-2018 have been uploaded on the website and are available for download. Please click here to access the booklist page.

Please click here to bring you to the Guidance Counselling page where there is a further link to SLHS's specific Guidance Counselling website.   


It has been drawn to our attention that some people are having difficulty with the school app. Please click here for instructions to refresh the app to ensure that you are receiving all the notifications.


In our efforts to promote Healthy Eating in St. Louis High School, a new canteen menu has been devised. The emphasise is on healthy food, freshly made salads, wraps, sandwiches and homemade soups. We would encourage the girls not to bring fizzy drinks and junk food to school for lunch. Click here to download the new menu. The vending machine, which operates after school and on Saturdays only contains healthy options which are supplied by the vending machine company.  

Thank you to all parents who attended the AGM. The Parents' Council committee members for 2017-2018 are:  

Chairperson: Ms Bairbre Hand
Secretary: Ms Zinit May
Treasurer: Mr Stephen Cunningham
Ms Albana Beleshi
Ms Anne O’Brien
Ms Jennifer Bracken
Ms Olive le Bas
Mr Rossa Nolan
Ms Anciuta Utiu

Support Information
Parent Information:
Useful links for parents:

We provide links below which may be helpful to you as a parent to support your children.

Please click here and the link will bring you to the Policies section of this website where you can download the Admissions Policy.  

Please ensure that you have downloaded the school app to receive notifications regarding your daughter's activities in school. The app is compatible with both apple and android smart phones. All the girls have been given a flyer with instructions on how to download the app. The app can downloaded from Google Play or the App store depending on the type of smartphone you have. There is no cost to you for this app. Please get your daughter to advise you as to how to download it if you are having any difficulties.



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