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Information Regarding GCSE Results Day

Dear Parent/Guardian,   The arrangements for the collection of GCSE examination results on 25th August 2022 are as follows: Envelopes containing results will be available …

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2nd Hand School Uniform Shop

We plan to open a Pre-loved uniform shop at the start of July running from 9.30-4pm daily at the foyer/front doors (dates below) 5th July …

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Update from Dominican College Myanmar

Our school continues to support Dominican education at this very difficult time in Myanmar. Fr.  Moses has just sent this update thanking us for our …

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Retirement of School Principal – update

The Board of Governors has appointed Ms Astra Heaney as Acting Vice-Principal in support of Mr Gerry Lynch effective from the start of the school …

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Fr. Raymond McCullagh takes his leave after 23 years as Dominican Chaplain

Last week Fr. Raymond celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving for all Dominican staff in his final Mass as Dominican Chaplain Star of the Sea Church. …

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Free School Meals and Uniform Allowance Application Process Information 22/23

We would like to provide you with an update on the 2022/23 application process for Free School Meals and School Uniform/Physical Education Clothing Allowance.  The …

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Dominican College delighted to honour the memory of Craig Church with donation to the Kevin Bell Trust.

We were delighted to invite Colin and Eithne Bell to Dominican College this week along with the family of our deeply missed past pupil Craig …

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Retirement of School Principal

The Board of Governors has been advised of the retirement of Ms Rosemary Ronan, at the end of this school year. Rosemary leaves after 40 …

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John Paul II pupils set a golden example

The John Paul II awards recognises the effort and dedication that the participants devote to volunteering and social awareness both in school and within their …

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The Dominican Way

The network of Dominican Schools and Colleges in Ireland has inherited a rich tradition in Education. Each succeeding generation has found new ways of passing on Christian values. Now at the beginning of another millennium with its advanced technology and new means of conveying information and knowledge, we discern how these resources can assist us to continue to build a community centred on Christ.

Dominican College enjoys a wonderful location with magnificent views out over the strand, the sea and the town of Portstewart. Our students enjoy their school and appreciate its setting. There is a very strong sense of an inclusive community within the College.




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