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.

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St Louis High School is delighted to be a partner school with DCU Anti-Bullying Centre (ABC) delivering the FUSE Anti-Bullying & Online Safety Programme to our students in 2nd and 3rd Year.

In line with FUSE recommendations, we support the UNESCO Whole Education Approach in tackling Bullying and Online Safety in our school, which is led by our students and where their voices are valued and heard. Together with the support of FUSE & active communication of our school Anti-Bullying Policy we are making a tangible difference in encouraging increased reporting resulting in decreased bullying.

The FUSE Programme has helped us learn how to:

  • Spot the signs of bullying both online and offline – RECOGNISE
  • Take personal responsibility safely – RESPOND
  • "Break the silence” – REPORT

Click Here to find out more about FUSE.

School News


Reminder - early finish 25th May due to TY celebration

  • 24th May 2022 3:10 pm
Reminder, classes finishing early at 12.20 tomorrow, Wednesday 25th May for year groups, 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 5th yr to accommodate the TY celebration. 5th yr SRC required to stay back to assist with the celebration. Thank you.

Congratulations to our 2nd yr debaters

  • 24th May 2022 2:42 pm
Congratulations to our 2nd year debaters - Xin Min, Yewande, Nivedha, Yukin and Lucie who, today, won the inaugural St Louis Schools' Network Debating League. They were debating against Ramsgrange Community College who travelled up to the school from Co Wexford. It was the first in-person debate held in over two years. It was lovely to welcome students and staff from another school to SLHS. Well done to Norah Stevens (5th yr) who acted as chair. Sincere thanks to Ms Tyndall and Ms Eustace for all their work in supporting the students. Thank you to the St Louis Network, led by Sr Finola Cunnane for affording St Louis students around the country the opportunity to participate in such a wonderful event. Well done to both schools.

Congratulations to the class of 2022

  • 23rd May 2022 6:31 pm
Congratulations to the class of 2022 on their graduation today. Well done. We had a wonderful day, starting with the formal photographs. The whole school community came together for the first time since the end of 2019 and we wished the 6th yrs the very best with speeches and music. Our new SRC was announced and we wish Neasa and Elena the very best as they take on the roles of Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl and to the rest of the team. Thank you to Sophie, Holly and all the SRC of 21-22 for their wonderful leadership. It was a joy to welcome parents/guardians and friends to the school to share this occasion. Thank you to everybody that made it happen - organisers, helpers, caterers, musicians and artists. We wish every member of class 2022 every success and happiness in their future lives.

6th Yr Tree Planting & bringing Historical characters to the corridors of St Louis High School

  • 21st May 2022 11:12 am
The 6th yrs led by head girl Sophie McGrath and deputy head girl, Holly Lewis planted a beautiful witch hazel tree on the school grounds yesterday. This tree will be marked as the tree for Class 2022. Well done. The 6th yr history class enjoyed dressing up in costume to depict some historical characters. Suffragettes, politicians, human rights activists to name but a few walked the corridors of school bringing history to life. We look forward to the graduation on Monday.

Next week in St Louis High School

  • 20th May 2022 9:00 am
Next week is going to be a particularly busy week for the school. On Monday 23rd May we will be having the 6th yr graduation. This is the first time since 2019 that parents will be in a position to join us. We very much look forward to this special day. Class will finish at 12.20pm for years 1-5 on Monday to facilitate the final preparations and the graduation itself. On Wednesday 25th we will be holding our TY celebration for students and parents. Class will finish at 12.20pm for 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 5th yrs on Wed 25th to facilitate final preparations and the TY celebration. Students should avail of this time for additional study in advance of their house exams the following week. Thank you.

5th Yr Musical Showcase

  • 19th May 2022 8:32 pm
Well done to our 5th yrs who have performed an amazing showcase of musical numbers for students and parents over the past few days and this evening. They have worked so hard on preparing and staging numbers from Mamma Mia, Wicked, Grease and Les Miserables. The singing, dancing and acting were all of an extremely high standard. It was simply a joy to behold and fantastic that the hall is functioning again as a venue to showcase our wonderful performing arts talents. Sincere thanks to Ms Madden and Ms Brady who directed and produced this wonderful production. Well done to one and all.


  • 16th May 2022 3:50 pm
Congratulations to Sophie McGrath in 6th year who has been selected as the Irish representative in Europe 4 Europe (E4E), an international event for 2022. She applied and was nominated by Rotary Club, Dublin, to participate in the extraordinary annual event, which has not been held for the last 2 years because of Covid. The event will be a fantastic experience for 28 young people, one from each EU Member State, to meet and travel together from Milan to Luxembourg with stopovers in Germany, Belgium, Holland and France, and to share with their fellow young Europeans the EU experience which is on offer. Well done, Sophie and we hope that you enjoy this wonderful opportunity. We thank the Rotary Club for its support for St Louis High School over the years and in particular to Mary O'Rafferty.

Atlas Summer School - looking for host families

  • 11th May 2022 9:00 am
Atlas Language School runs a summer school in St Louis High School during July and August. They are looking for families who are interested in accommodating young international students (11-17 y) in their summer programme in St Louis High School. Atlas offers a flexible matching service that gives you the choice of long or short term stays and a variety of other hosting options. Rates from €200 per week per student. For more details please email accommodation@atlaslanguageschool.com or call us on 01 4782845

Trinity Walton Club - STEM

  • 10th May 2022 6:00 pm
Students interested in STEM might like to check the following out. Trinity Walton Club will be running summer camps. Here is a link for your convenience: https://www.tcd.ie/waltonclub/STEM-camps.php They are currently taking bookings for the summer months. It is an opportunity to connect with like-minded friends and cultivate your curiosity through hands-on Physics, Maths, Technology and Engineering.

Re parking or entering Convent car park grounds

  • 9th May 2022 2:20 pm
Please be advised that the Convent carpark is not for use by St Louis High School. We ask that parents collecting their children at the end of the school day do not block the Convent entrance, or enter the Sisters' carpark to turn cars or wait for students. This is their private property and not for the school's community to use in this manner. We look forward to your cooperation. Thank you.


  • 25th Apr 2022 3:12 pm
Having consulted with SLHS Parents' Council, the decision has been taken to move uniform suppliers. The new company is Schoolwear House. Please see the link to their website: http://www.schoolwearhouse.ie/. The company will inform us as to when they are ready to accept orders once the hand over from Arnotts has been completed. They are based in Ballymount and have an online shop as well. They are specifically dedicated to uniforms, so we hope that the supply issues we have experienced over the past few years will not be an issue with this move. St Louis Primary school has also moved to this company. Thank you.


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