Parents Association

Parents Association

St Conleth’s Parents Association meets on the first Monday of each month during the school term. We would love to have new members join us to bring new ideas and fresh thinking about how the school community might assist in bringing about fantastic outcomes and great memories for the students. Remembering always that the students of today will be the parents, grandparents, and leaders of the future, we would like them to have a good experience in all aspects of their time spent in St. Conleth’s Community College both academically and personally, as outlined in our mission statement, which they will pass on to future generations.

If you would like to help support this learning environment for your child/children email us at and together we can make the school logo come to fruition by growing little acorns into mighty oak trees.

Parents Association Mission Statement

St. Conleth’s Community College is a secondary school of the community for the community. The school strives to maintain and promote an atmosphere of care, concern, and respect where our students grow into well-adjusted men and women.

St Conleth’s Parents Association encourages students to become involved in the life of the school and their local community. In an atmosphere of respect and fairness, through support and friendship, we affirm each person’s self-worth and dignity.

The principles of hope, freedom, truth, and justice are advocated whereby we encourage a special concern for those who are materially, socially, academically, or physically disadvantaged. Education and learning is a lifelong process for all in our school community.


Chairperson James Dowling
Treasurer Sharon Hartnett
Apr 22
PLC Exams
May 06
School Closed
May 22
PLC Graduation
May 22
TY Graduation
Second year business class have been involved in a number of visits to the Kerry facility in Naas to learn about food science, business and the variety of careers available in such a company.
We in St. Conleth's Community College supports the HSE in raising awareness among parents, guardians and school staff about being measles aware.
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