Three scholarships
We have three scholarships to the value of €250 each to award for students to go to Coláiste na bhFiann. Students are to come to the Irish room on Wednesday lunchtime and give a three to four minute presentation on a topic of their choice. The best three will be awarded the scholarships. It's a fantastic opportunity!
Junior Certificate / Cycle 2017 year
Sincere congratulations to our girls of the Junior Certificate / Cycle 2017 year. Almost three-quarters achieved all honors results. The sciences, languages, and the arts were the highlight for the girls with each student achieving an honours result The girls took to the new English syllabus unfazed with nine out of ten achieving grades from merit to distinction. Well done girls. We are really proud of you all.
Rosemont students receive the President’s Award
Rosemont students Susanna, Megan and Sarah were today presented with their Bronze Gaisce Awards. The Award, which is given by the President, is a personal achievement award. It encourages students to challenge themselves in the areas of physical activity, skills and community service. Well done girls!
Rosemont Leaving Certificate Results 2017
Congratulations to all the Rosemont Leaving Certificate graduates who received their results yesterday. We are proud to announce that, once again, the Rosemont girls have performed tremendously in both the humanities and the STEM subjects: 23% of Rosemont students achieved over 500 points - compared to 10% in recent national averages. 61% of Rosemont students achieved a H1 or H2 in Languages - compared to 23% nationally. 100% of Rosemont students passed Maths - compared to 91% nationally. The best of luck with the CAO offers on Monday 21st August; we look forward to further good news that day.
St Michael’s House Leopardstown held their Open Day on June 21st
Rosemont Students volunteered for the day. They helped set up a Cafe and organised a cake sale-they even baked delicious cakes and brought them along. John, the principal of Grovesnor School commented on the positive feedback he had received from the staff. They found the first years had a lovely balance of initiative and confidence as well as being very obliging and pleasant in all the varied tasks they carried out during the day. The first years were impressed by the atmosphere and that everyone was happy. Well done to the first years. Photo of students: MaryAnne, Niamh, Aoise, Anna, Ellie, Zoe, Marsha.
Rosemont 6th years Graduation Day 2017
The Rosemont Class of 2017 celebrated our Graduation day on Friday May 19th. Firstly we were invited to join our teachers for coffee in the staffroom-a Rosemont tradition which we really enjoyed. Along with our families and guests, we were then treated to a concert with performances from the other year groups. Fr. Justin said Mass, and afterwards we had a delicious lunch prepared and served by the 5th years. The day ended with speeches and our Head Girl Éilis Cannon giving a speech on behalf of our class. We were presented with beautiful necklace of a rose to remind us of our time in Rosemont. We had a wonderful day and are looking forward to the adventures that lie ahead!

What Rosemont Students are Studying Now


Review of 2016-2017

Cultural Outings




Highlights of Transition Year. Sarah, Sofie, Éilis, Niamh, Caroline, Isobel, Orla, Catherine, Therese, Monica and classmates tell us some of their exciting experiences in Transition Year!

In this 4 minute video hear directly from parents, teachers and past pupils about their experience of our school.