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Welcome to the Tullow Community School Website

Tullow Community School was established in 1978 from the amalgamation of the Brigidine Convent Secondary School, the Patrician Brothers Secondary School and Tullow Vocational School. It aims to provide a comprehensive system of post-primary education open to all the children of the community. The school is co-educational and multi-denominational.


Oral Junior Cert
Christmas Supervised Study.

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Upcoming Events

Christmas Holidays
Friday 22 December 2017

School reopens
Monday 8 January 2018

PTM - 2nd year pupils
Thursday 25 January 2018

School Closed
Monday 29 January 2018

Mock Exams
Wednesday 31 January 2018

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Latest News

Past pupil Caitlin Loftus- Kavanagh wins Scholarship

Congratulations to past pupil Caitlin Loftus- Kavanagh who was awarded the JP McManus Scholarship for 3rd Level Courses

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M.S. Readathon 2017

A huge thank you to all the first year students who took part in this year’s M.S. Readathon. From the 13th Oct to 13th November students read as many books as they could and they got sponsorship from family and friends. They raised a grand total of €936.80. 

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Self Defence in Tullow Community School

The TY students in Tullow Community school took part in a self defence course on November 21st.

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Concern 24hr fast

Well done to the 86 students and their teachers Ms Dalton and Ms Fitzgerald who took part in the Concern 24hr fast on Thursday 30th November. 

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Ashley Shannon

Praise is due to 5th Year student Ashley Shannon for her decision to get her hair cut for a very worthy cause. Ashley has, for the second time, donated 13cm of her hair to The Little Princess Trust who provide real hair wigs, free of charge, to children across Ireland and the UK that have lost their own hair through cancer treatment.

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