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Wellbeing Week 17 - 21 April 2023

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  • Debating

    Oxford Schools Debating Competition - World Finals

  • Swimming

    Leinster Schools Swimming Championships 2024

  • CSPE

    Third Year Dáil Visit

  • Dr Nicholas (Nick) Frewin

    It is with great sadness that we mark the passing of Dr Nicholas (Nick) Frewin.

    Dr Frewin joined the St Andrew's College staff in August 1966, when the school, under the headmastership of Mr PJ Southgate was still based in Clyde Road. In those days, he taught physics, music, Latin and even P.E. – a fact which will undoubtedly surprise those generations of pupils who knew him only as their biology teacher.

    With the move to Booterstown and the provision of three state-of-the-art science laboratories, the subject of biology began to establish itself in the curriculum and, under Dr Frewin’s inspiring leadership, the department evolved into one of the most popular and successful in the school.

    40 years is a long time for anyone to teach in any one school. Some might begin to lose their edge, or their enthusiasm, or their ability to relate to their pupils. Not Dr Frewin. In fact, he went on to teach in the Junior School for a further 12 years inspiring yet more of our students. His classes provided a wonderful combination of expert tuition, personal charm and a great sense of humour which is the hallmark of the truly gifted teacher that he was.

    We are all indebted to him for his service to the St Andrew's College community he so genuinely loved, and that holds him in such great esteem.

  • Sailing

    St Andrew's College Alumni Inaugural Team Racing Championship

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Welcome to St Andrew's College

I am delighted to be able to offer a warm welcome to St Andrew’s College. I hope our website gives you a sense of how busy, and ambitious life at St Andrew’s College is, and an understanding of the ethos that we share.

 At the College, we know that a child’s time in school is precious. The days spent in class, on the stage, on the sports pitch, helping in the community, and being with friends, are the foundations on which their future lives are built.  

 During their time at the College, our students learn new skills, discover their talents and form lifelong friendships. We aim to develop the whole person, knowing that life is about more than just work. Preparing for life beyond the classroom is one of the special things about St Andrew’s, and it is a key part of what we are about.

 Our mission is to prepare young people with the knowledge, skills and characteristics that they need to live fulfilling lives and become successful global citizens who can make an impact and help to build a better world.  

 We strive to give our students the best possible foundations for their future lives by creating an engaging and successful learning environment where the students can realise their potential, contribute to school life and develop a lifelong love of learning. 

 Our ethos is a major strength. We have high expectations of behaviour, and we are proud of the excellent relationships we forge with our students, parents and the wider school community. Underpinning the St. Andrew’s education is a deep commitment to academic excellence, matched by a spirit of active participation. We meet each student’s individual needs, while providing a rich, broad and balanced curriculum. Moreover, we provide every student with opportunities to engage in activities and experiences, both inside and outside, of the classroom, so that they can discover their unique talents.  

Students and their needs are at the centre of everything we do. We pride ourselves on the deep levels of pastoral support and guidance, we offer every member of our student body and place equal emphasis on the importance of developing young people who have a clear sense of purpose and an active moral conscience. We expect our students to behave as responsible citizens who will make a positive difference in the society of today and of tomorrow. 

 It is vital to us that our students leave St Andrew’s College fully equipped with the skills, confidence and qualifications they will need to succeed in an ever-changing world. We want their time with us to be full of memorable experiences that they can happily reflect on for many years to come. That is what makes our job so challenging, and so rewarding, because as a school, we know we can make a difference. 

We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Ms Lousie Marshall 



Choosing the right school for your child is clearly a hugely important and potentially difficult task.

It is advised that parents or guardians familiarise themselves with the Mission Statement and educational objectives of a school to ensure that they are in keeping with the ethos and atmosphere desired for their child. Please see the relevant sections on our website.

You can also check out our Admissions Policy by following the link below.

Admissions Personnel

Admissions Administrator: Mrs Leanne McCready (

Admissions Officer (Senior School): Ms Louise Marshall (Principal)

Admissions Officer (Junior School): Ms Denise Buckley (Principal)

Applying for Admission

If you are interested in St Andrew’s College for your child/children, please review the information below. 

Junior School

Please complete the application form and return it to the college office via email along with copies of your child’s three most recent school reports. 

Once returned to us, your child’s name will be added to our waiting list and a receipt letter will be emailed to you.

Junior School Admissions Policy

Junior School Application Form

Senior School

St Andrew's College Admissions Policy complies with The Education (Admissions to Schools) Act 2018.


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  • In order to make an application please follow the instructions below the graphic.

  • In order to make an application, you must first register with the SAC Admissions Portal by creating a new local account.
  • This can be done using this link or from the portal site, click on 'sign in' and choose the 'register' option.

  • Once you have registered, click the orange link at the bottom titled:
  • Start Application for 1st Year August 2024
  • You will need to sign in with the username / password previously created.


  • Step 1 - Enter Child Details
  • Step 2 - Enter Application Details
  • Step 3 - Enter Parent Details

Senior School Admissions Policy

St Andrew's College Protestant Church Affiliation Form

Admissions Notice 2024/25

Senior School Data Protection Policy

Queries relating to Admissions should be directed to:

The window for applications is as follows:


2 October, 9.00am to 20 October 2023, 2.00pm



1 October to 21 October 2024


1 October to 21 October 2025


1 October to 21 October 2026


1 October to 21 October 2027


2 October to 20 October 2028


1 October to 19 October 2029


1 October to 21 October 2030


1 October to 21 October 2031


1 October to 21 October 2032

Please note that our new school policies now supersede all previous policies.

St Andrew's College Guiding Statements

Get In Touch

St. Andrew's College
Booterstown Avenue
Co. Dublin

(01) 288 2785
+353-1-288 2785