Sandford Park School
School Building

Welcome to Sandford Park School





Founded in 1922, Sandford Park is a small and distinctive private co-educational day school with 370 students, aged between 12-18 years. It is situated on 2.5 hectares of secluded and beautiful wooded grounds, close to Dublin’s city centre. The non-denominational nature of the school is central to its unique character and draws pupils from a wide variety of backgrounds, countries and cultures together in a secure and intellectually stimulating environment.

Our mission is to equip our students with the skills to enable them to think creatively, reason critically and communicate effectively. We accomplish this by fostering a love of learning, a respect for cultural diversity and a strong home/school partnership. We focus on the needs of each individual student and encourage him/her to exceed his/her potential, both inside and outside the classroom, so that they will acquire the self-confidence and personal attributes necessary to succeed in whatever walk of life they pursue.

We welcome and encourage visits from prospective parents and students.



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    Aug 13th, 2019 Leaving Certificate 2019

    Message from the Principal Congratulations to the Class of 2019 on excellent results in this year’s Leaving Certificate Examinations.  We wish all our students every success for the future. The students have been ably supported by their parents and teachers over the last 6 years.  They have worked hard and we are proud of their […]

    Jun 17th, 2019 Our exam students:

    May 13th, 2019 EU Science Olympiad

    Congratulations to Oscar Despard who represented Ireland at the EU Science Olympiad. Oscar was the biology specialist on the team. They came 3rd in the EU Science Olympiad.

    May 3rd, 2019 Concern Debates 2019

    Well done to the Concern team of Oscar Despard, Elliott Johns, Keelan Daye and Annabelle Ponsonby for a tremendous performance in this.

    SciFest 2019

    Congratulations to Richard Sheahan, Malcolm O’Loughlin and Rohan Tewari (Form II) who won 1st place in Junior Biology for their project on “The effects of ocean acidification on freshwater and saltwater mussels”