Who We are

The Le Chéile Schools Trust now comprises the schools of fourteen religious congregations. The aim of the Trust is to carry on the legal, financial and inspirational role of trusteeship that has, up to now, been done by individual congregations. It carries out the legal and inspirational role of trusteeship . This is a significant development in Irish education as the Catholic Church and the individual religious congregations renew and reformulate their commitment to Irish education.

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New School in Wicklow


New School in Donaghmede – Howth


Le Cheile regrets to inform parents that we have withdrawn our application for the new school in Donaghmede – Howth and apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please note that our adjacent schools, Ardscoil La Salle Raheny, St. Mary’s KIllester and Manor House school will, of course, continue to welcome students from the Donaghamede-Howth area.

Our application for the new school in Wicklow is still in place so please continue to express your interest in Le Cheile at https://patronage.education.gov.ie

We have moved to:
Le Chéile Schools Trust,
Moibhi Block B, Alexandra College Campus,
96 Rathmines Road Upper, Dublin 
D06 W9N4


If you are visiting the office please telephone 01 5380104 when you arrive at the front gate/barrier and we will open both for you remotely from the office.

The Opening of Le Chéile Secondary School Tyrrellstown


Irish Times asks the Question With 67 nationalities, is this Ireland’s most diverse school?

With 67 nationalities, is this Ireland’s most diverse school? Le Chéile in Tyrrelstown has 67 different nationalities among its student body. What are the challenges and opportunities posed by such diversity in a school? Irish Times Sat, Aug 25, 2018 It was Friday, November 13th, 2015, the night of a co-ordinated terrorist attack in Paris. […]

Le Chéile Participants at the World Meeting of Families

The group of Salerno Leaving Cert students who volunteered to be Ministers of the Eucharist at the Papal Mass in the Phoenix Park last Sunday. They were accompanied by Sr. Angela, School Chaplain, and Claire Daly, Teacher. Front row, left to right: Aoife Murphy, Roisin Brosnan, Sinead McDonagh, Niamh Howley, Siofra Molloy, Ciara Murphy and Sarah Keenan. Back row: Sr. Angela, School Chaplain, Ciara Morrissey, Ruth Bradley, Obafemi Awoniran, Esther Shekete, Hnnah Arosomade, Lucy Murphy, Ailbhe Power, Siofra Collins and Claire Daly, Teacher.

A group of Salerno College Leaving Cert students travelled from Galway to join the thousands of Ministers of the Eucharist at the Pope’s Mass in the Phoenix Park at the recent World Meeting of Families. Included in the picture is Sr Angela, School Chaplain and Claire Daly, teacher. Congratulations to all the students, staff and […]

St. Louis student wins prestigious Good Friday Agreement Art competition


To commemorate the 20th anniversary of The Good Friday Agreement, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Department of Education and Skills organised a competition for primary and post-primary school students to produce creative works of Art. St. Louis 5th Year Student, Lauren Mc Kenna won one of five categories with her artwork […]


The CHARTER of the Le Chéile Schools Trust

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Pay it Forward

Le Chéile Day and Pay It Forward Day
16th March 2018


Founders Day We Celebrate

25th August
Louis Bautain
Sisters of St. Louis


Click on V for vimeo to see a range of videos that  details our journey towards forming the Trust “A Journey towards Trust”