Enrolment for First Year 2024-2025
As we begin the admission process into 1st Year for August 2024, we are pleased to invite you
and your daughter and/or son to join our school community.
Our enrolment process opens on Monday, 2nd October 2023. A copy of our Admissions
Policy, Annual Admission Notice and our Application/Expression of Interest Form are
available on the links below. Click to open link to Admissions Policy, Application Form and Annual Admission notice –
If you wish to apply for a place in first year starting in August 2024, please complete the
Application Form for First Year below and return it by e-mail or post only, as listed on the
application form, by no later than Friday, 10th November 2023. Applications received after
this date will be treated as late applications. Applicants will be notified in writing of the
decision of the Board of Management by Friday, 1st December 2023.
We are hosting an Information Evening for all prospective students and their parents on Wednesday 18th October at 7.30pm here in the school. We look forward to engaging with you in making the transition from primary to secondary school as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
Enrolment for Second – Sixth Year 2024-2025
Applicants for entry into 2nd – 6th Year are required to complete the Application Form for
Junior and Senior Cycle below and return it by e-mail or post only, as listed on the
application form, as soon as practicable.
Presentation Secondary School Warrenmount is a Co-educational Catholic Voluntary Secondary School , operating under the Trusteeship of CEIST. We pride ourselves on the caring, inclusive and innovative nature of our school community, which is deeply connected with the local community of Dublin 8.
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- To enable each student to reach her full potential by promoting a sense of personal and social awareness which emphasises the values of honesty, justice and commitment to work.
- To foster a spirit of co-operation and mutual respect between students, staff and community.
- To provide an appropriate curriculum for all students in a Christian environment which is safe, caring and well disciplined.
- To recognise and, where possible, cater for the emotional and professional needs of management and staff.