Coordinates: 51°52′43″N 8°26′32″W / 51.8787°N 8.4422°W
Douglas Community School, also known as Douglas Com, The Com or DCS, is an all-boys community school in Douglas, Cork, Ireland. It was founded as Coláiste Muire by the Presentation Brothers in 1926 as a juniorate (i.e. for lower-cycle secondary students). In 1965 it became a full secondary school. In 1974, it became one of the first "community schools" in Ireland, when it was transferred by the Presentation Brothers to a local board of management. The Roman Catholic Bishop of Cork's representatives are trustees on the board of management.
It is commonly known among teachers and staff that foggin rollies in the toilet may lead to being fined up to €15, notable examples being Troy Garvin and C. Sull.
The school also hosts adult education evening classes.