Welcome from the Principal

Thank you for taking the time to visit the Manor House website which I hope you will find both interesting and informative.

Manor House is a Catholic Voluntary Secondary School for girls founded by the Poor Servants of the Mother of God (SMG). It is the ethos and educational philosophy of the SMG that informs the way we do things in our school. Manor House is now under the stewardship of the Le Chéile Schools Trust to whom the SMG have entrusted the legal, financial and inspirational role of trusteeship. No matter what area the SMG work in they aim to respect the dignity and uniqueness of every individual. The school reflects this aim by trying to create an environment that demonstrates a concern for the welfare and good of others. We do our best to provide all our students with an academic programme appropriate to their needs within a caring and supportive environment.

Manor House has a six-year cycle, which includes a compulsory Transition Year. It provides a broad range of traditional academic subjects to Leaving Certificate Higher Level and also offers a comprehensive programme of general education, an excellent pastoral care system in addition to a wide range of extra-curricular and sporting activities. I hope that you enjoy your ‘web’ visit to our school and that by the time you have finished browsing you will have a good idea of the many different facets of school life in Manor House.

Mary O'Neill, Principal



5th years win the top prize for their Irish Radio programme: 9 May 2019

Manor House School is very proud of our 5th year students who have won first place in Ireland with their Radio Programme in Irish for Seachtain na Gaeilge. The programme, called ‘An Tine Bheo-Glúin eile’ or ‘ The fire lives on in a new generation',  describes the connection they have with the Irish Language and culture in a largely English speaking society. The music is by the wonderful Manor House Trad group. We are once again the only non-Irish speaking school in the country to win this competition. Fantastic result. Well done girls and comhgairdeas to your múinteoirí. Ms Gallagher and Ms Twomey. Maith sibh!

Our Minor Camogie team wins Dublin Championship 2019!

Champions!!! Congrats to our girls who battled brilliantly to beat Scoil Chaitriona to win the Dublin championship on 9 May 2019. Full time score 6-3 to 3-4. Well done, also, to their coach Ms Twomey.

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  • 24 May: House exams begin
  • 31 May: End of house exams
  • 05 June: State exams begin

LC Graduation 2019

17 May 2019

Congratulations to the Class of 2019 who graduated today. Fr William celebrated Mass which was attended by the students, their parents and the teachers. 

GAA Future Leaders

15 May 2019

GAA Future Leaders TY Programme training day takes place today in DCU St Pats. We are introducing this into our TY Programme 2019-20.

Another Manor House Parents' Association clothes drive takes place on Monday 13 May and  Tuesday 14 May. Please bring unwanted clothes, shoes, belts and soft cuddly toys only (in bags) to the PE Hall on Monday eve between 6pm and 7.30pm or Tuesday morning between 8am and 9.30am ONLY. Why don't you get your daughter to bring a bag  in to us, no matter how small it is? All donations will be greatly appreciated.

Any student from 1st to 5th year who enjoys working with computers may apply to become a Digital Captain.  Here is a link to an explanation of the role of Digital Captain. Here is a link to the application form. 

Under 14 Camogie

12 May 2019

Two of our first years represented Dublin in the under14 Leinster blitz this weekend in Kilkenny. Up the Dubs!


09 May 2019

Well done to the TY students who sat their DELF French exams (A1 and A2) this week and to the 5th years who sat the B1 exams. Some achievement!