St. Vincent's C.B.S.

St. Vincent's C.B.S.

St. Vincent's C.B.S is a day school located in the district of Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland.
St. Vincent’s Secondary School is a privately owned and managed Voluntary Catholic Secondary School for boys between the ages of 12 and 18, operating under the Trusteeship of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust, as does the Primary School which caters for boys up to 12.
The school has an increasing number of candidates applying each year.
The school won the Young Social Innovators Award in 2006.

Read more about St. Vincent's C.B.S.:  History, Location, Facilities, Some Past Pupils of Note

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