St Joseph's National School (boys)
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|St. Josephs BNS
Scoil Naoimh Joseph
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|School colour(s)||Black & Green|
|Sports||Gaelic Football, Hurling & Athletics|
|School roll||500 pupils|
St. Josephs BNS is a boys primary school in Terenure, Dublin, Ireland founded on November 5, 1866, the school was then called Roundtown Boys' National School, at its opening the school had 174 pupils & 3 teachers. The school competes in Gaelic Football & Hurling.
- Denis Bastick - Gaelic Football player with Templeogue Synge Street & Dublin GAA
- Eoghan O'Gara - Gaelic Football player with Templeogue Synge Street & Dublin GAA
- Danny O'Reilly - The Coronas
- Conor Egan - The Coronas
- Rob Smith - Musician and songwriter
- Ollie Byrne - Former footballer with UCD A.F.C. & Chairman of Shelbourne F.C.
- Tommy Byrne - Lead singer with The Wolfe Tones
- Dave Mooney - Professional footballer with Leyton Orient
- Bernard Butler - Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1953-54
- Michael Collins - Former Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1977-78
- Retired Astronaut & United States Navy Captain Winston E. Scott visited the school in 2004.
- Retired Astronaut & United States Air Force Colonel Eileen Collins visited the school in 2006, Collins is the first woman to command a space-shuttle.
- The Coronas once played a concert in the school.