Dublin school tops list for progression to university

Gonzaga College in Ranelagh in Dublin has been listed as Ireland's top school for progression to university, according to the Sunday Times' Parent Power Survey.

Gonzaga College in Ranelagh in Dublin has been listed as Ireland's top school for progression to university, according to the Sunday Times' Parent Power Survey.

The survey, which lists Ireland's top 400 secondary schools puts a Co. Limerick boarding school, Glenstal Abbey, second in the list followed by the Teresian School in Donnybrook in Dublin 4.

Six of the top 10 schools in Ireland are fee-paying - the other four are Irish-speaking.

The top 20 schools in the survey are:

Gonzaga College, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

Glenstal Abbey School, Murroe, Co Limerick

The Teresian School, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

Colaiste Iosagain, Booterstown, Co Dublin

Laurel Hill Colaiste FCJ, Sth Circular Rd, Limerick

Colaiste Ide, Dingle, Co Kerry

Mount Anville School, Goatstown, Dublin 14

Loreto College, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Holy Child School, Killiney, Co Dublin

Colaiste Eoin, Booterstown, Co Dublin

Clongowes Wood College, Naas, Co Kildare

Alexandra College, Milltown, Dublin 6

Jesus & Mary Secondary School, Salthill, Galway

Presentation Brothers College, Mardyke, Cork

Scoil Mhuire, Sydney Place, Cork

Rathdown School, Glenageary, Co Dublin

Loreto High School, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14

Belvedere College, Great Denmark St, Dublin 1

St Andrew’s College, Blackrock, Co Dublin

Muckross Park College, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

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