Dundalk Grammar School




500 Students


Music, Technology, Science and Art

Located on a 10-acre campus with Georgian buildings, mature trees, sprawling lawns and picturesque gardens, Dundalk Grammar School dates back to 1739 and is situated on the edge of Dundalk town in County Louth – just north of Dublin. It is an interdenominational school, providing for both 5 day-boarding and day-pupils. The total school population is approximately 500, with about 130 of these being boarders. The boarders are supervised by the Headmaster and eight resident members of staff. The school offers a broad range of subjects and small class sizes – approximately 20 students in each class – allowing for individual attention.

  • Recently refurbished, first-class boarding accommodation for students from Ireland and overseas
  • Strong emphasis on Music: students can avail of lessons in piano, violin, cello, percussion, guitar and woodwind instruments and the school choir makes frequent overseas trips
  • A technology block provides specialist facilities for science, home economics, woodwork, computer aided design, and art.
  • Boasts a floodlit, astroturf pitch, an all weather hockey pitch, a school gymnasium, three ar cial grass tennis courts; and in nearby grounds, soccer and rugby pitches