Local secondary schools to hold open days for prospective students

Two local secondary schools will be holding open days for prospective students and their parents this week.

Students hoping to enroll in Firhouse Community College or Drimnagh Castle Secondary School can learn about extra-curricular activities and meet future teachers and principals.

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Firhouse Community College

Firhouse Community College is holding an open evening in the school this Tuesday, September 19.

With more than 800 students, the secondary school has been rooted in the Firhouse area for the past 35 years, and has over that time grown into a vibrant and diverse school that boasts a range of activities such as sports clubs and music groups and ensembles.

This September 19, between 6.30pm and 8.30pm, prospective students and their parents are invited to visit the school for an energetic open evening that will offer tours of the school while providing visitors with the opportunity to meet and talk with current students and staff and sample the atmosphere.

 There will also be a number of interactive activities on the night, which will include science, art, PE and music performance.

Principal Fenan Nolan will make an address at 7.30pm.

Drimnagh Castle 

Drimnagh Castle will be holding their open day this Thursday.

The school, situated on the Longmile Road in Walkinstown, will open its doors to parents and students from 6pm to 8pm. 

Drimnagh Castle is easily accessible by the Luas and Dublin Bus: the 77a, 27, 13, 18 56a, 68, 69, 151 and 123 all stop nearby. 


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