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 with 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


Important Dates
Mon     7 Dec   No classes for students
Tues    8 Dec   No school
Tues  15 Dec   Christmas exams start
Wed   23 Dec   Holidays start
Latest ...

Congratulations to our TY students on their outstanding success in Junior Cert Maths and Science! 

High Achievers in Business

03 November 2015

Congratulations to four of our TY students who will receive an award from DCU Business school based on their Junior Cert results!

Fancy Dress Day

02 November 2015

The Student Council wishes to thank everyone who supported the Fancy Dress Day on 23rd October.  €966.00 was raised for the Syrian refugees and the Homeless.

Collection for NCBI

12 October 2015
Students are asked to bring in old clothes, shoes and books for NCBI.  These items will be sold second-hand to raise money for the blind.

LCVP Video Interviews

30 September 2015
All 6th year LCVP students will be participating in video interviews on Wednesday 30 September and Thursday 1 October

Student Council 2015-16

28 September 2015

The Student Council for the new academic year has been elected.