Book List

Calasanctius College Book Lists:

2014/2015 Book Lists - All Years


School Handbook

Changes to policies and procedures since this handbook was edited which were made by the school in consultation with all school partners, may have resulted in changes to the content of some items in the handbook. If you have any queries please contact the school for latest policy/ procedure. 

 Below is a link to a PDF copy of Calasanctius College Handbook.

School Handbook







Mary Nihill




Cora Ní Loinsígh


Deputy Principal


Caroline Finnegan


Assistant Principal 1

Accounting, Business Studies, Business

Caroline Moggan


Assistant Principal 2

Music, Irish

Maire Moran


Assistant Principal 3

Chemistry, Science, Maths

Caitriona Naughton


Programme Coordinator

Business Studies, Business, Maths, LCVP

Aine O’Connell


Assistant Principal 4

English, History, Religious Education

Paul White


Assistant Principal 5

Art Craft Design

Deirdre O’Shaughnessy


Special Duties Teacher 1


Maura Conneally


Special Duties Teacher 2

Biology, Science

Grainne Keleghan


Special Duties Teacher 3

Irish, History

Bernadette Collins


Special Duties Teacher 4


Maura Donohoe


Special Duties Teacher 5

English, History

Roisin Ni Riada


Special Duties Teacher 6

Irish, French

Fiona Greaney


Special Duties Teacher 7

English, History, SPHE

Deirdre McGinley


Special Duties Teacher 8

Biology, Science

Geraldine Harkin


Special Duties Teacher 9

Irish, Religious Education, Learning Support

Patricia Treacy


Special Duties Teacher 10

English, Religious Education

Kathleen Gilsenan


Special Duties Teacher 11

Home Economics, SPHE

Tracy Byrne


Special Duties Teacher 12

Maths, Learning Support

Declan Duffy



Geography, English, Law

Florence Le Breton



French, SPHE

Angela Costello



Accounting, Business Studies, Business, Maths, ICT

Emer McCarthy



Geography, SPHE

Aine Clarke



Biology, Science, Photography

Clem Garvey



Materials Technology (Wood), Technical Graphics, Construction Studies

Catherine Walsh



Guidance Counsellor, Maths

Alan Stack



Materials Technology (Wood), Technical Graphics, Construction Studies, PE

Nuala Campbell




Ruth Broderick



Business Studies, Religious Education, Enterprise, LCVP

Keith Horan



Science, Geography, Religious Education

Alan Coyle

Kathleen Lally

Martin Mullins



English, PE, SPHE

Biology, Chemistry, Science, Maths, ICT

Maths, Economics, LCVP, Business Studies





Marie Barrett



English, Learning Support

Joyce Crowley



French, Learning Support

Nora Melia



English, Learning Support, SPHE, Geography

Adrian Kennedy



Maths, Physics, Technical Graphics, PE

Cathal McBride



Business Studies, Business, Religious Education, LCVP, SPHE, ICT

Niamh Lynagh



CSPE, English, Learning Support, Psychology

Orla McDonagh

Gerard Rafferty



French, Irish, Learning Support

Biology, Maths, Science, Learning Support



Karen Kenny

Barbara Whelan



Home Economics, Biology, SPHE

German, English, Learning Support



Alan Caden




Sheila Donoghue




Sinead McNickle



Maths, Physics, Science

Carmel Kelly



Maths, PE

Gillian Keane



Irish, PE

John Wall



Art, Learning Support

Elaine Dobbyn



English, History

Sylvia Rattigan


Learning Support

Michelle Long




James O'Rourke



Technical Graphics

Cathy Costello


Guidance Counsellor





Margaret O’Loughlin

Caroline Kelly

Deirdre Murray

Marie Higgins

Teresa D'Arcy

Bernie Huxford

Helen Ryan

Noreen Ruane

Marie Fox

Margaret Keady

Pat Greally

Tony Keady

Mary Furey

Margaret Heavey

Dita Sumska

Peter  Reskajs

 Wayne Redmond


Calasanctius College is situated in the village of Oranmore, 7 miles outside of Galway City, in a beautiful setting overlooking Oranmore Bay.


Our School

Calasanctius College Oranmore is a co-educational college, which caters for the needs of the local community. The students come from Oranmore and surrounding areas, including Maree, Carnmore, Claregalway, Clarenbridge, Kilcolgan and the south side of Galway City. The students come from very different backgrounds, both socially and economically, ranging from farming, self-employed, unemployed, business, and professional. The majority of students intend to carry on to third level.

The ambition of the school is to ensure that all members of the school community are given the best opportunity to achieve their potential in a happy, caring and supportive environment” The beautiful school building overlooking Galway Bay was opened in 2006 and accommodates approximately 800 students. Facilities include modern state of the art Science laboratories, material technology rooms, technical graphics rooms home economic rooms a music room, a full size sports hall and a fully equipped exercise gymnasium and modern canteen and performance area.