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Residential life

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Campus Areas

School Facilities

  • Extensive green areas
  • A Chapel
  • Classrooms with audio visual equipment
  • Library
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Science lab
  • Computer lab
  • Games room
  • Dormitories
  • Bathrooms and Showers
  • Nurse Station
  • Large Dining Room
  • Lockers for each student

Sports Facilities

  • 3 full size football pitches
  • 3 multipurpose courts (for futsal or tennis)
  • 2 gyms
  • 1 pitch and putt area for golf


Spacious lawns and fields, gardens and trees

A Brief History:

Overlooked by the Sugarloaf Mountain, Kilcroney House, now Dublin Oak Academy, is an extended neo-Tudor villa designed by Sancton Wood and built of Wicklow granite for the Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, Rev. Humphrey Lloyd, in the 1830´s. It served as a private residence under several owners until 1933 when it was transformed into Kilcroney Hotel.