Augustinians in Ireland
Augustinian schools were first set up in Dungarvan and New Ross in 1830. The Augustinians first arrived from England and Wales in 1259, with the first Friary being established in 1282.

Useful External Links
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Irish Times Education
It's stated aim is "to bring together a rich source of information for parents to help with everything from your child's learning and activities to how to occupy them through the school holidays."

Irish Independent

The Department of Education and Skills
The Department of Education and Skills is a department of the Irish state with responsibility for education and training. "The mission of the Department is to provide high-quality education."
Access interactive lessons for Junior and Senior cycles to help with your homework.

The State Examinations Commission
The State Examinations Commission is responsible for the development, assessment, accreditation and certification of the second-level examinations of the Irish state: the Junior Certificate and the Leaving Certificate. The State Examinations Commission is a non-departmental public body under the aegis of the Department of Education and Skills.

Central Applications Office (CAO)
The higher education institutions in the Republic of Ireland have delegated to CAO the task of processing centrally applications to their first year undergraduate courses.

National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA)
Their mission is to :

  • Advise the Minister for Education and Skills on curriculum and assessment from early childhood to the end of second level
  • Engage with earners, teachers, practitioners, parents and others to support innovation in schools and other educational settings
  • Undertake, use and share research as a basis for advice and debate on education.



We offer a broad curriculum enabling students to reach their academic potential, develop life-long learning skills and achieve their goals in the ultimate Leaving Certificate Examinations.


In St. Augustine's College, We offer a comprehensive guidance service to students from 1st to 6th year.


St. Augustine's College is located in Abbeyside, Dungarvan Co. Waterford, just 2.5km (5 mins by car) from Dungarvan Town Centre.


We are now able to accept payments via credit card (Visa, Mastercard or Laser) for items such as exam fees and after school study.

Useful Links

Allows teachers to connect and collaborate with students, parents, and each other.

Teacher ePortal
A resource for teachers, it is only available within the college network.

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St. Augustine's College
Duckspool, Abbeyside, Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, Ireland.

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