Admissions 2021/2022

While the current situation regarding school closures and remote learning have certainly caused some disruption, our preparations for the new school year are continuing.  We are gathering information about students' preferred subject choice as we design next year's timetable.  We use VSware to communicate with and receive communication from parents.  The letter below outlines how to use it to choose your optional subjects, modern European language, short course, and activity for next year. Please note that the deadline for entering your preferences is February 12th.

As per the New Admissions to Schools Act, we have published our Admissions Notice here.


Our application period was from Tuesday 6th October 2020 until Monday 2nd November 2020.   We are currently offering places to those on the waiting list, as places become available.  If you receive an offer, it is important that you get the application in on time to secure a place.  Email


Application forms will be available here .  Applications received after that date will be treated as late applications, as per our Admissions policy here.


OPEN NIGHT: Public Health Advice is that large gatherings should not occur outside of the PODS created in our school.  With that in mind, we are not proceeding with our open night.  The health and safety of our community is our priority.  

To get an idea of what our wonderful school has to offer, please visit our Social Media channels - twitter @creaghcollege and our Facebook page  These are regularly updated to give a snapshot of life in Creagh College.

Our prospectus can be found here.

Each year  it is our students who normally bring prospective students and parents on tours around the school and this is one of many ways we have to help their leadership skills based on our values of courage, determination, inspiration, excellence. Empowering our students in this way is at the core of what we do here in Creagh College. So if you see them at matches, at the school gate or around the community, please speak to them they and their parents are our best advocates for what Creagh College has to offer.  Many of our teaching staff are also members of the local community and are happy to answer any questions you may have.


We are also delighted to continue with of exciting GAA scholarship programme offered to boys and girls who are currently in 6th class in primary school.

The aim of the scholarship is to develop and prepare highly skilled young GAA players to play for their School, Club and County, supported by an effective, well trained team of coaches in partnership with Wexford Hurler Paudie Foley and the local GAA clubs of North Wexford.