• Word of the week initiative.

Word of the week is 'Gregarious'.

  • Closing date for the St. Fintan's High School writing competition is Wednesday April 9th.

 

 

Latest News

  • F1 in Schools
      Team JAPSOT members from left to right; Thomas Moore, Sean McSweeney, Paddy O'Donnell, Jack Wynne, Oliver Browne and Aran Laird.  ...
  • TY Musical.
    The TY Musical 'Sweeney Todd' ran from Thursday 6th march-Saturday 8th March. Congratulations to all the TY students and the teachers involved....
  • A.I.B. Build a Bank Challenge.
    A big congratulations to St.Fintan's school bank, 'Breaking Bank' who got to the last ten in the A.I.B Build a Bank competition in the North...
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Principal's Welcome

On 8th September 1943, St. Fintan’s High School opened its doors for the first time to a student enrolment of 48 boys and a teaching staff of 5 Christian Brothers. In those days St. Fintan’s was a fee paying preparatory and secondary school, with fees ranging from 6 to 12 guineas, depending on the standard of the pupil! Its location on the Burrow Road ensured that the students of the time forever associated their school days with the sun, the seascape and the freedom of the beach.