Salesian Secondary College is a co-educational Secondary School located in the
Co. Limerick countryside in a safe, welcoming environment.

Hello, Welcome to the new Salesian Secondary College Website.

Our new website has been designed with our students and families in mind to give them access to information about our school. We hope you find it useful and would welcome any feedback to make it better.

Thank You,
Paddy O’Neill

Our schools mission is to provide the best possible education based on Christian/Catholic values in partnership with parents and within a caring community. This school incorporates the characteristics of Salesian Education as practised by St John Bosco.

Salesian Secondary College is a modern, progressive, co-educational secondary school located in the Co. Limerick countryside in a safe, welcoming environment. With a tradition of excellence in academic achievement and extra-curricular activities we follow the Salesian ethos of the holistic development of students. 12 miles from Limerick city in an atmosphere of friendliness, warmth and personal care we currently have 530 students enrolled in our school.

Reception Opening times

Monday – Friday: 8.30am to 4.30pm

School Opening times

Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 9.00am to 3.20pm

Tuesday & Thursday: 9.00am to 4.00pm

Contact Information

Salesian Secondary College
Co. Limerick

Phone: (061) 393105
Fax: (061) 393298

Tutor News

Tutor news takes place every Monday or the Tuesday following a bank holiday from 10.45 to 11am. The layout of the tutor news is divided into General News and news specific to the Year Group.

Tutor News 17.11.2014 – Week 12 – Download PDF file

Saint Vincent de Paul Christmas Food Appeal.
We are looking for donations for our annual food appeal for the Saint Vincent de Paul. Any non-perishable food items are most welcome and will make a huge difference to families this Christmas. These can be handed in to Mr. Fitzgerald or Ms. Meehan in the religion room.
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Well done to the U16 camogie team who qualified for the North Munster Final after a tough and hard fought win against Tramore of Waterford. Despite a slow start and being behind by 2-2 to 0-1 at half time in awful conditions, the girls mad a blistering start to the second half with goals from Jade Gillane and a Megan Griffin free. Megan and Sarah Leahy added further goals with Jade Gillane getting two more for the hat-trick. Tramore poured forward to get back into the game but the defense held strong, led by a powerful display from captain Amy Neville-Day. Ciara Barry completed the scoring with a break-away solo goal, and Pallas came out winners on a scoreline of 6-3 to 3-2. Well done to all the girls, and a great achievement to reach our first Munster final. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to our Under 19 Rugby squad who qualified for the O'Brien Cup quarter final with a 13-8 win over Tarbert Comprehensive in Tarbert. A second half try from Jake Bennis and an impeccable kicking performance from Josh Adams accounted for our scores. Other stand out performances came from Skipper Niall Hardiman, Evan Carroll, Johnny Adams, Conor Staff and Man of the Match- Luke O'Connell. ... See MoreSee Less