Coláiste Charraig an Tobair
|Cashel, County Tipperary
Republic of Ireland
|Motto||Inter Mutanda Constantia
("Constancy in the midst of change")
|President||Fr. Jack Meade, C.S.Sp.|
|Principal||Ms. Audrey O’Byrne|
|Number of students||500|
|Colour(s)||Blue and White|
|Religious compiliation||Roman Catholicism (Spiritans)|
Rockwell College, founded in 1864, is a private Catholic secondary school near Cashel, County Tipperary in Ireland. It offers day as well as full boarding. The school has a proud rugby tradition and has won the Munster Schools Senior Cup 26 times and the Munster Schools Junior Cup 19 times. Rockwell is run by the Spiritans.
Notable past pupils
- Michael Ahern, former Junior Minister for Industry and Commerce and currently TD for Cork East
- Dr. Henry Barniville, Senator and Professor of Anatomy in University College Dublin
- Andrew Boylan, former Fine Gael TD for Cavan–Monaghan
- Ruairí Brugha, Fianna Fáil TD, Senator and MEP
- Dr. Patrick Hillery, President of Ireland 1976-1990
- Dr. Maurice Manning, Chancellor of National University of Ireland, former Fine Gael Senator and President of the Irish Human Rights Commission
- Enda Marren, Fine Gael trustee and Member of Irish Council of State
- Seán McCarthy, former Minister of State for Finance and Technology
- William Quirke, former Fianna Fáil Senator and Tipperary IRA leader during the Irish War of Independence and the Irish Civil War.
- Thomas Walsh, former Fianna Fáil TD for Carlow–Kilkenny
- Maurice Collins, SC
- Mr. Justice David Keane, Judge of the High Court
- Fionán Lynch, former Circuit Court Judge and Deputy Leader of Fine Gael
- Mr. Justice John L. Murray, former Attorney General, former judge on European Court of Justice, and former Chief Justice of the Irish Supreme Court
- Former Attorney General John Rogers SC
- Sean Whelan, BL and former Irish Ambassador to Turkey
- Judge Desmond Zaiden, Judge of the District Court
- Richie Boucher, CEO of the Bank of Ireland
- Karl Llewellyn, CEO of E-com Interaction
- Mark Moran, former Chairman of the EBS Building Society and Chairman of Mater Private Hospital
- John Riordan, former Chief Executive of UPC Broadband and Chorus Digital
- Brody Sweeney, CEO of O'Briens Irish Sandwich Bars and Fine Gael candidate in 2007 election
- Patrick Butler, rugby player
- Jack Clarke, footballer
- Michael Dargan, international cricketer and rugby player
- Willie Duggan, rugby international
- Michael "Mick" Fitzgibbon, rugby international
- Denis Fogarty, rugby player
- John Fogarty, rugby international
- Gary Halpin, rugby international
- Denis Leamy, rugby international
- Pat McGrath, hurler
- Paul McNaughton, currently manager of the Irish rugby team
- Mark Melbourne, rugby player
- David Sheehan, winner, Walker Cup in 1973
- Walter Swinburn, jockey, who won 8 British Classics, including the 1981 Derby with Shergar
- Phil Conway, Irish Olympian represented Ireland at 1972 Munich Olympics.
- Cardinal Michael Browne, O.P.
- Monsignor Pádraig de Brún, former President of National University of Ireland, Galway
- Fr. Denis Fahey
- John M. Feehan, author and publisher
- Fr. Aengus Finucane, former Chief Executive of Concern Worldwide, was a teacher
- Seán McCarthy[disambiguation needed] - Broadcaster, writer, poet, actor and presenter of RADIO IRISH New York City.
- Thomas MacDonagh - poet, teacher and co-leader of 1916 Rising, for which he was executed.
- Lieut. General Colm Mangan - former Chief of Staff of the Irish Defence Forces,
- Pádraic Ó Conaire, writer
- Liam O'Flaherty, writer
- Kevin Roche, architect
- Richard Rice[disambiguation needed], architect
- Gabriel Rosenstock, writer
- Éamon de Valera - Taoiseach and President of Ireland, was a teacher at the school.
- "Female principal for Rockwell College". Irish Times. February 3, 2012. Retrieved 11 September 2012.