Duiske College is ranked as 4th Most Improved School in Ireland in 2017
Students from Duiske College created a book, including audio, based on a poem ‘Doherty’s Dog’ which was written by local poet, Pat McDonald in the 1960’s. It was exhibited at the ‘Make-A-Book Exhibition 2018.
Duiske College students and members of Graiguenamanagh community walked in support of both Active Mental Health and the ‘Walk for Water Campaign’ in conjunction with Aid Link to create awareness about the distance that people walk to get access to water in the developing world every day.
Established in 1954, Duiske College offers an excellent second level education for students from the Graiguenamanagh area and its environs.
Our school maintains a quiet, caring atmosphere, which facilitates high quality teaching and learning. In a safe, friendly and positively disciplined environment characterised by mutual respect, each student is afforded the opportunity to reach his or her potential. As a community of learning we believe it is important to challenge young people to do the very best they can and we encourage them to pursue excellence in all aspects of school life. Through our school plan and policy formulation teachers, parents and students contribute their knowledge and ideas to the ongoing development of our school as a place of caring and learning. The active participation of all members of the school community in the life of Duiske College is encouraged and this is currently exemplified by a vibrant Parents’ Association.
At Duiske College we encourage creativity, embrace diversity and promote a caring community spirit in a positive learning environment. Through the provision of a holistic educational experience we aim to enable our students to become well-rounded citizens who excel in their personal and academic lives and who go on to make a difference by contributing to a society in a positive way.
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