List of schools participating in the scheme

Alexandra College  is a private, single sex girls’ school located in Milltown, Dublin. Ireland operating under a Church of Ireland ethos. It serves girls from ages 3 to 18 as boarding or day pupils.

Bandon Grammar School is a fee charging co-educational boarding and day school, founded in 1642 and under the patronage of The Incorporated Society. We offer weekly and 7 day boarding on an extensive modern campus. In valuing our Church of Ireland ethos we welcome pupils from all denominations in the spirit of ecumenism.

Drogheda Grammar School is a co-educational school with a Quaker and Protestant history. Our school welcomes students of all denominations and none.  We value each and every student’s identity and background. The school’s ethos is based on broad Quaker principles and values which influence and guide our actions.

Dundalk Grammar School

The High School was founded in 1870 and has a liberal Church of Ireland heritage and ethos. It provides a first class education for boys and girls from Protestantfamilies together with those of other faiths and those of none who support the schools key values.

Kilkenny College

Midleton College

Monaghan Collegiate School is a co-educational, post-primary day school located on the outskirts of Monaghan Town. Based on the Diocesan School of 1570, Monaghan Collegiate School was re-established in the 1950’s under the joint control of the Church of Ireland and the Presbyterian Churches. The school offers a wide range of subjects, with excellent results, in a caring and inclusive environment

Newtown School is a coeducational boarding and day school located in Waterford City. The school is managed in the Quaker tradition in keeping with its Christian ethos.

Rathdown School

Royal School Cavan

St Andrew’s College

St Columba’s College is a Church of Ireland foundation and is  a 7-day boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 11 to 18.  Founded in 1843 the College occupies 140 acres in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, we pride ourselves on the exceptional quality of our pastoral care along with excellent academic results and a full programme of sporting and extra-curricular activities.

 Founded in 1922, Sandford Park School is a small and distinctive private co-educational school with 350 students situated in Ranelagh, Dublin 6.

Sligo Grammar School

Sutton Park School was founded in 1957 as a co-educational multi denominational school.  It is an accredited international Day School whose mission is to nurture & develop the best qualities in each of our students.  We pride ourselves on our small class sizes, our excellent academic results and a rich extracurricular programme

The King’s Hospital is a Church of Ireland governed, coeducational, 5 & 7 day boarding and day school conveniently located in West Dublin. We aim for excellence in all fields; Academics, Sports and The Arts and this is achieved by the dedication and pastoral care of our staff and management and the continuous upgrading of our school and 80 acre campus.

Villiers school, founded in 1821, is a co-educational day and boarding school with a combined Church of Ireland, Presbyterian and Methodist ethos. Villiers aims to provide a broad and balanced education for every student within a highly caring environment.

Wesley College was founded in 1845 for the Methodist Community in Ireland.  The College is a co-educational, day and boarding school with over 900 students. The College prides itself on its inclusive community spirit and welcomes students of all faiths, combining all of the best traditions of the past with modern, state of the art facilities.

Wilson’s Hospital School

Royal and Prior School

List of recognised churches

Church of Ireland

www.dublin.anglican.org

Presbyterian Church

www.presbyterianireland.org

Methodist Church

www.irishmethodist.org

Society of Friends

quakers-in-ireland.ie

Other recognised churches:

The SEC is currently updating the list of other recognised protestant churches and this will be published here in the end of 2017

Links to other charities

Protestant Aid

  1. Established as a charity over 175 years ago to relieve the horrors of poverty and deprivation in the Republic of Ireland on a strictly non-denominational basis, Protestant Aid treats all genuine calls for help equally, regardless of religious, ethnic or social backgrounds.The Charity dispenses every cent received from subscribers in grant aid, an efficiency unsurpassed by few if any charities.

www.protestantaid.org