Catholic University School (CUS) is a private independent, Catholic, secondary and primary school for boys in Dublin, Ireland. It is one of the earliest established private schools of Ireland which include Clongowes Wood College 1814, Belvedere College 1832, Castleknock College 1835, and Terenure College and Blackrock College, both 1860, which are all-boys schools. The school has educated some very notable men in Irish society, including generations of politicians and leading figures in the academic, literary, and business worlds. It is run by the Marist Fathers on Leeson Street.

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  • Catholic University School (CUS) is a private independent, Catholic, secondary and primary school for boys in Dublin, Ireland. It is one of the earliest established private schools of Ireland which include Clongowes Wood College 1814, Belvedere College 1832, Castleknock College 1835, and Terenure College and Blackrock College, both 1860, which are all-boys schools. The school has educated some very notable men in Irish society, including generations of politicians and leading figures in the academic, literary, and business worlds. It is run by the Marist Fathers on Leeson Street. (en)
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  • Former Pupils
  • Fees
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  • Old Cathonians
  • €5,500 Per Academic Term
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  • Male
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  • Rev. Martin Daly SM MA, M.Sc.
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  • Catholic University School (CUS) is a private independent, Catholic, secondary and primary school for boys in Dublin, Ireland. It is one of the earliest established private schools of Ireland which include Clongowes Wood College 1814, Belvedere College 1832, Castleknock College 1835, and Terenure College and Blackrock College, both 1860, which are all-boys schools. The school has educated some very notable men in Irish society, including generations of politicians and leading figures in the academic, literary, and business worlds. It is run by the Marist Fathers on Leeson Street. (en)
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