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


End of first week of State Examinations

  • 9th Jun 2023 5:00 pm

Well done to all our Junior and Leaving Certificates who have just completed the first week of their exams. The first few days are always very intense. Our advice is to ensure you get plenty of rest at the weekend to recharge for the week ahead. Well done on all your efforts and your positive cooperation with your supervisors and all the staff here in the school. We will see you on Monday morning. Have a good weekend. Ms McDonough 


French Conversation classes with Aurélien

  • 6th Jun 2023 9:06 am
Aurélien will be running French conversation classes for current 2nd & 5th yrs St Louis High School students in June. (These are students going into 3rd yr and 6th yr next year!). 

2nd yrs: week beginning Mon 12th June-16th for 2nd yrs 10-12 noon each day. 

5th yrs: week beginning Mon 19th-23rd June for 5th yrs 10-12noon. 

There are only 15 places available on each course. 

Please email Ms McDonough (cmcdonough@stlouishighschool.ie)  if you are available and interested. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Thank you. 


Congratulations #GFA competition - Phedra Kingston

  • 5th Jun 2023 12:00 pm
Congratulations to Phedra Kingston (TY)  who has been announced as an award winner in the #GFA25 competition which was run by the Dept of Education. Congratulations to the other award winners and thank you to all SLHS students who created artwork to mark this historic peace agreement and their teachers. Thank you, in particular, to Ms Capper who supported and encouraged.  Well done, Phedra, on being a recipient of one of these prestigious awards. Phedra’s entry  expressed the idea that against a backdrop of violence and turmoil, the democratic process prevailed and brought peace to Northern Ireland on Easter Weekend 1998. https://www.gov.ie/en/press-release/30bba-minister-foley-announces-winners-of-department-of-education-25th-anniversary-of-the-good-friday-agreement-schools-competition/

Advertisement for the position of Office Secretary (full time)

  • 2nd Jun 2023 2:50 pm

St Louis High School is looking to fill the position of office secretary (full time). This role commands a person who has excellent interpersonal skills and can ensure efficiency, confidentiality, discretion, and works well as part of an administrative team. The secretary will work within an office team and support all members of the school community and must always ensure a professional relationship with them. The secretary will provide administrative support to the principal and his/her team in the delivery of all their key functions and work closely and supportively of the office manager. Confidentiality and discretion of a very high level are expected.
The following is a description of duties, responsibilities, and expectations for the role of Secretary:
• Good communication skills both written and oral.
• Excellent organisational skills and attention to detail.
• Ability to work independently, be a problem solver.
• Friendly, welcoming, and helpful manner. Proactive and highly competent and taking ownership of duties/assigned tasks and follow through.
• Understanding priorities, potential issues, handling sensitive information.
• Working supportively alongside the office manager/bursar, school management and staff.
• Ensure deadlines are met and that all Dept of Education returns are submitted on time including OLCS – Esinet.
• Maintain a high level of awareness of current priorities and support as required.
• Excellent knowledge of all Microsoft applications including Office 365, Teams, Outlook, VS Ware.
• Experience of using Databases and creating reports.
• Experience of using banking on-line, payment of invoices and record keeping.
• Carry out other duties that may be assigned by the school principal and the Board of management from time to time.
• Provide relief along with the office manager/bursar for reception during breaks, lunch, and holiday periods.

While not being exhaustive it does attempt to indicate the range and level of duties associated with this position.

Further details about this position can be requested by emailing applications@stlouishighschool.ie. Salary commensurate with experience and in line with Dept of Education salary scale. This is a full-time position, with standard annual leave entitlements. There will be a probation period of 6 months attached to this position.

Closing date for applications is Monday 12th June at 4pm. 


Class of 2023

  • 2nd Jun 2023 11:10 am

Wishing the Class of 2023 the very best in these final study days before the Leaving Certificate exams. We are delighted with the formal photographs of the Class of 2023 and the SRC 2023,  taken the day of their graduation - a beautiful record to have. Photographs courtesy of MOS Photography. 



  • 31st May 2023 1:00 pm

We would welcome donations of uniform items if students/families are finished with them. We would also welcome textbook donations as well if one is finished with them. 

We will have a uniform and textbook exchange day run by the Parents' Council on Wednesday June 28th

Please bring in donations beforehand if at all possible. 

We also ask If there’s a novel you love, why not donate a copy to the library? You can bring in a novel when you're donating your textbooks after your exams or you can bring one to the book exchange on June 28th. One novel is plenty and make sure it's something you enjoyed and would like others to read.

Thank you for your support - SLHS Parents' Council   


Uniforms & text book donations

  • 24th May 2023 6:16 pm
For the attention of any students from the class of 2023 who are now finished with their uniform. The school would welcome donations of uniform items in good condition. Please drop them into school when convenient. 
Leaving certificate students have the choice of wearing the school uniform or their own clothes during the LC exams. 
Once their exams are finished, we would also welcome donations of text books if not being passed on to younger siblings. Again, these can be dropped into the school. Thank you very much. 



  • 24th May 2023 1:10 pm

We take immense pride in the fact that the Junk Kouture entry from St Louis High School, Queen Medb, created by Lena Mahon, Ines Loksairy  and Melanie Abbey features on the advertisement for the Junk Kouture World finals' 2023 promotional material. The world finals will be held in London this year. Whilst we didn't reach the world finals, the St Louis High School creation has been chosen to promote this event. This is a wonderful achievement and congratulations to the design team of Lena, Ines, Melanie and Kayla, Jennifer and Ms Howard for all their support. 


Leaving Certificate Results Day 2023 - 25th August 2023

  • 24th May 2023 1:00 pm

State Examinations Commission has today, announced its intention to issue the 2023 Leaving Certificate  results to candidates on Friday 25 August 2023. Please put this important date in your diary. Wishing the class of 2023 the very best for the forthcoming exams. 


Cuimhní is Ceiliúradh San Lughaidh/St Louis memories and celebration

  • 7th Jul 2022 1:45 pm
In the run up to Easter we held a series of ceremonies Cuimhní is Ceiliúradh San Lughaidh to reflect on the effect of the past two years on all our lives. This was supported by the Irish Hospice Foundation Seeds Grant and the Government of Ireland. Please click on the link here to view some images and a video which outlines the various activities the school community engaged with during this period. Well done to all students and staff who were involved and special thanks to Ms Kehoe, Ms Howard and Ms Madden. https://hospicefoundation.ie/our-supports-services/ihf-in-the-community/arts-and-creativity/seeds-grants-2022/reflections-at-st-louis-high-school-dublin/


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