Welcome to CBC Monkstown Park

Christian Brothers College Monkstown is a Catholic boys school with a student population of 470. The College is a member of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust, which is a trust set up by the congregation of the Christian Brothers.

We are situated in the heart of Monkstown, one of Dublin’s most historic suburbs. The college has recently undergone a major development which has seen existing buildings upgraded and a new extension opened in 2014.

CBC is a vibrant school, which continually seeks to achieve high standards in all that it does. Striving for academic excellence, along with a varied extra curricular programme, allows the students to express themselves both academically and individually. Every student within CBC is encouraged to pursue excellence in the classroom. We are very proud of our students’ high achievement over the last number of years in the Leaving Certificate Examination.

Our professional teaching staff strives for excellence in and outside of the classroom. We have great inter staff relations and the sense of community among staff and students is evident throughout the college. We make every effort to create a positive school environment where learning is valued.

Calendar

Jan
8
Mon
Transition Year Work Experience (2 weeks)
Jan 8 – Jan 19 all-day
Jan
17
Wed
Seniors V Salesians, Vinnie Murray Cup 2nd round (Donnybrook)
Jan 17 @ 2:00 pm
Jan
18
Thu
School Closed for Dept of Education in-service
Jan 18 all-day
Jan
20
Sat
American Tea Party
Jan 20 @ 7:30 pm
Jan
25
Thu
Fifth Year Parent/Teacher Meeting: (classes end 3.45pm)
Jan 25 @ 4:15 pm – 6:45 pm

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Seniors win in style

The SCT got their defence of the Vinnie Murray Cup off to a great start with 7 tries in a 43-0 victory

Date: January 10, 2018

Work Experience

Click here to download the insurance letter for Transition Year Work Experience.

Date: December 27, 2017

Lunch Box Meal Deal

The Meal Deal is available again, Click to find out how to sign up.

Date: December 20, 2017

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