Douglas Community School

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Douglas Community School
Clermont Avenue, Douglas, Cork, Ireland
Type Public
Principal Mr. Jim Long (turkey neck)

Coordinates: 51°52′43″N 8°26′32″W / 51.8787°N 8.4422°W / 51.8787; -8.4422

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[1] (i.e. for lower-cycle secondary students). In 1965 it became a full secondary school.[1] 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.[1] The Roman Catholic Bishop of Cork's representatives are trustees on the board of management.[1]

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.[2]


  1. ^ a b c d About the School DCS website
  2. ^ Adult & Community Education DCS website

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