Clongowes Wood College

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Clongowes Wood College is a secondary boarding school for boys, located near Clane in County Kildare, Ireland. Founded by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in 1814, it is one of Ireland's oldest Catholic schools, and featured prominently in James Joyce's semi-autobiographical novel A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. One of five Jesuit schools in Ireland, it has 460 students in 2011/12 when the fees will be €16,800 per annum.

The school's current headmaster is Fr Leonard Maloney; (headmaster 1992-2000) is his successor. Mr Martin Nugent is the school's current assistant headmaster/deputy principal.


The school is a secondary boarding school for boys from Ireland and other parts of the world. The school is divided into three groups, known as "lines". The Third Line is for First and Second years; the Lower Line for Third and Fourth years; and the Higher Line for Fifth and Sixth years. Each year is known by a name: Rudiments (First year), Grammar (Second year), Syntax (Third year), Humanities (Fourth year), Poetry (Fifth year), and Rhetoric (Sixth...
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