Ashfield College, Dundrum
Schedule An In-Person or Online Meeting With The Principal Now
We are now accepting applications for our Day School 2020-2021. Looking to apply? Schedule an in-person or online meeting with our principal today.
We have been busy carrying out a wide range of work here in Ashfield College in order to ensure the safe return of our staff and students. We have created a detailed Covid-19 Response Plan and Policy Statement.
We Are Now Offering Leaving Cert Grinds in Dublin City Centre
We are now delivering our LC grinds from our city centre premise on Dame Street. First two weeks are free!
Watch our latest Full-Time School Virtual Open Evening
Looking to do your best in your Leaving Cert? Apply now for our 5th and 6th Full-Time Dayschool.
Do you aspire to excellence for the Leaving Cert 2021/2022?
Here at Ashfield College, we have been facilitating exceptional outcomes for our students for more than 40 years.
Our Leaving Certificate students benefit from access to one of Ireland’s most inspirational teaching teams and a state-of-the-art premises conveniently located at Dundrum Town Centre in South Dublin.
Whether you aspire to a future in science, business, or the arts, our bespoke full-time Leaving Certificate programmes provide each student with the means to achieve their full potential.
We’d love to hear from you. Contact the school to arrange a meeting, we’d be delighted to show you around.
BOOK YOUR 2020/2021 GRINDS NOW TO ACCESS TOP CLASS EXAM PREPARATION
Our subject experts are ready to give you the edge in exams with Junior Cycle, 4th Year, 5th Year, & Leaving Cert Grinds.
STUDENT WELL-BEING & EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
With numerous supports including Mindfulness, Nutrition and Study Skills lectures plus access to a gym, yoga classes and other fitness related activities. Ashfield College nourishes the soul and body of students as well as the mind.
STUDENTS IN THE NEWS
Ashfield College student Daniella Izzaldinova with Sheep Shearer George Grahan showing Daniella his craft, featured in the Irish Farmers Journal.
Photo by Claire Nash.