St Louis High School is a post-primary school providing post-primary education to pupils (girls) from First Year to Leaving Certificate Year.

In accordance with the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary School 2017 and Tusla Guidance on the preparation of Child Safeguarding Statements, the Board of Management of St Louis High School has agreed the Child Safeguarding Statement set out in this document. Please click here for the Child Safeguarding Statement.

School News



  • 16th May 2019 6:06 am
Today is Sports’ Day. All students must wear sports’ gear suitable for participating in sports’ activities. Students will be outside all day, so please bring sun cream and hats. All phones must either be left at home or put in school lockers. If phones are visible or used during the day, they will be confiscated and sanctions will be applied. We expect all students to enter into the spirit of the day and engage fully with their class, year group and activities without distraction. We hope that everybody has an enjoyable and active day. The final part of the day is the annual 6th Yrs vs Staff rounders game. Good luck to all parties! School may finish slightly early, depending on the length of this epic encounter! Enjoy the day.

TY Information - 7th May 2019

  • 7th May 2019 10:29 am
1. Self Defence: Just a reminder to all TYs that tomorrow is the first of their two Self Defence Workshops. All three classes are to meet in the HALL at 8.40 am for the start of the session. Due to the practical nature of the day school tracksuits should be worn. Students who are currently carrying injuries of any kind will be accommodated! 2. Work Experience: Any remaining evaluation sheets (pink) or work experience logs (green) need to be handed into ms Rodgers before the end of school tomorrow Wednesday, 8th May. 3. TY Graduation: The TY Graduation will take place on Tuesday evening 21st May. Details of the evening were given to the girls on Thursday last in a letter to parents/guardians and a formal invite will be handed out at this week's year group assembly. We look forward to you joining in the celebration with us

Spring/Easter Newsletter 2019

  • 17th Apr 2019 10:43 am
The Spring/Easter newsletter is now available on the school website. Please click on + sign on School Information & Forms and the drop down menu will appear. Click then on newsletters. Happy Easter.

Jive Lessons in St Louis High School

  • 16th Apr 2019 5:40 pm


  • 13th Apr 2019 3:50 pm
Congratulations to the TY Mock Trial team who came 6th in the National Mock Trial competition today in the Central Criminal Courts. The team won all of its three cases and missed out only on a place in the finals on points difference. Well done on this wonderful achievement - it was a great team effort. Sincere thanks to Darina & Mick Halpenny who guided the team through the whole process. Wishing you all a well-earned Easter break. Sincere congratulations again - you all did St Louis High School proud.

3rd Years going into TY 2019 - 2020

  • 10th Apr 2019 1:52 pm
The deadline has now passed for handing in details of the first Work Experience placements for September 2019. Any remaining blue forms should be handed to Ms Rodgers before Friday. If the form has been mislaid or lost there are spares on the window in the canteen!

TY Last Reminder!

  • 10th Apr 2019 1:48 pm
A reminder to all current Transition Years that completed Journal reflections will be taken up tomorrow, Thursday 11th April, at the year group assembly. (It is important that you have done both the 'End of Year' and 'Petersburg' reflections before handing them up)

Thank you from the Parents' Council

  • 8th Apr 2019 2:10 pm
Sincere thanks to all those who supported the Table Quiz on Thursday 4th April last. There was a lovely atmosphere, with current and past parents, teachers, members of the Board of Management and past pupils in attendance. Well done to all who participated. Congratulations to the eventual overall winners.. We also thank parents who weren't in a position to attend but who supported the event through donations.. We also thank the businesses who supported the even:t:: Fallon and Byrne, Jameson Distillery Lawlor's Butchers O'Brien's Rathgar O'Brien's Rathmines, Supervalu Sundrive Supervalu Rathgar Butler's Chocolates The Butler's Pantry The Late Shopper Dunnes Stores Thank you to the Parents;' Council Committee for organising and running the event and to Seán (our quizmaster) and to Pierce Bermingham (past parent) who helped out with administration of the quiz. Wishing everybody a very Happy Easter. .

TY Information - Friday 5th April

  • 5th Apr 2019 9:38 am
1. Petersburg Trip: A very big 'well done' to all the Transition Years who completed our five day Outdoor Education Programme in Petersburg OEC this week. The group was incredibly good natured and positive considering the elements. Many students overcame significant challenges to enjoy a rewarding and fun filled trip. 2. Journals: Completed TY Journals are due for collection next Thursday 11th April. Please ensure that the Petersburg and 'End of Year' reflections are included. 3. Croke Park Trip: All TYs will be going on a trip to Croke Park next Tuesday 9th April and doing the famous Stadium Tour. Performing arts classes, periods 1 and 2 will go ahead as normal. At 10.00 am, students should assemble in the canteen for registration. Bring your own lunch and money for the bus or LEAP card. Students may make their own way home after the tour (approximately 2.00 pm) 4. Careers Trip: The annual TY Careers Trip takes place next Wednesday April 10th. Students should meet in the canteen in full school uniform at 8.40 am and will leave from there after registration. Transport is by private bus. The trip begins in Maynooth University with a talk just for St Louis TYs in what Courses and opportunities are available there. The students will then be divided into groups and brought in a tour of the campus by Maynooth students. There will be an early lunch in Maynooth canteen so bring a packed lunch or money. We will then go to DCU for a talk and tour before returning to Rathmines. This trip will not be back to the school until 3.30 pm

3rd Years going into TY 2019 - 2020

  • 5th Apr 2019 9:19 am
Last reminder to all 3rd years going into Transition Year next September that their completed Session 1 Work Experience forms are due back no later than Wednesday 10th April. If anyone is having difficulties in this regard, please speak with Ms Rodgers.

Table Quiz

  • 3rd Apr 2019 4:13 pm
Reminder that the Parents’ Council table quiz will be on tomorrow night at 8pm in Murphy’s Pub, Rathmines. Look forward to seeing you there. Bring family and friends to support. Thank you.

Parents’ Council forthcoming Table Quiz

  • 25th Mar 2019 5:50 pm
St Louis High School Parents’ Council is hosting its annual table quiz on Thursday 4th April next in Murphy’s Pub, Rathmines at 8pm. €10 per person. The table quiz has proven over the past few years to be a very socialable and enjoyable evening and a great way to get to meet other parents. Please join us and bring some family members and friends along. Tables can be formed on the evening if you don’t have full numbers for a table. All proceeds go towards supporting the school. Spread the word and look forward to seeing you there.



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