CEIST Seeks Patronage of New Schools in Dunshaughlin and Gorey

Following the announcement by the Department of Education and Skills of new post-primary schools in Dunshaughlin and Gorey areas in 2021 CEIST are pleased to announce that they are have submitted applications as prospective Patrons for these new schools.

At the invitation of Bishop Tom Deenihan, Bishop of Meath and Bishop Denis Brennan, Bishop of Ferns, CEIST will be offering a new co-educational Catholic school with an Ionad Lán-Ghaelach at both locations.

A CEIST school is marked by a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning and to offering a breadth of opportunities to the students in our care to flourish and to experience the world through the lens of a faith perspective.

Parental voice will determine the outcome of the Patronage process and so we ask all parents within the catchment area to use your voice and vote for CEIST. Our unparalleled experience and reputation speaks for itself.  Recognised for providing Values driven education, Breadth of Curriculum, Inclusion, Equity, Diversity and learner centred experience, extra-curricular and co-curricular opportunities, safe, secure and nourishing environment we are urging parents to choose CEIST – Tried, Tested and Trusted…….



  Online Patronage Process System will be open for parents to express their preferences until Monday, 16th November at 9am at patronage.education.gov.ie