Drogheda Grammar School

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Drogheda Grammar School
Latin: Factis Non Verbis
("By deeds not words")
Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
Type Private, independent, coeducational
Established 1669
Head of campus Mr. Hugh Baker

Drogheda Grammar School is a co-educational, multi-denominational boarding and day school, located on the Mornington Road, Drogheda, County Meath, Ireland. Founded in 1669 by Royal Charter, the school was saved from closure in the 1950s by a group of mainly Quakers. Although the school is part of the Protestant SEC Sector, it does not have a Patron.


The school has a excellent sports tradition in recent years with the Boys rugby team winning the North East Leinster league 3 years in a row.

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Coordinates: 53°43′8″N 6°18′13″W / 53.71889°N 6.30361°W / 53.71889; -6.30361