Catholic University School

Catholic University School

Catholic University School (CUS) is a private, Catholic secondary school for boys. The School is one of the original private schools of Ireland which include Blackrock College, Belvedere College, Terenure College and Clongowes Wood College which have maintained an all-boys education.

Catholic University School has a large enrollment of the sons of diplomats and foreign dignitaries including members of the Malaysian Royal family. The school also has, and continues to educate some of the most notable men in Irish society, including politicians and leading figures in the academic, literary and business worlds. Located on the southside of Dublin, Ireland it is run by the Marist Fathers.

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