Rockwell College

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Rockwell College
Coláiste Charraig an Tobair
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TypeIndependent
day and boarding school
MottoInter Mutanda Constantia
("Constancy in the midst of change")
Established1864
PresidentFr. Jack Meade, C.S.Sp.
PrincipalMs. Audrey O’Byrne[1]
Years offered1st - 7th
GenderMale and Female
Age12 to 19
Number of students500
Colour(s)Blue and White
Religious compiliationRoman Catholicism (Spiritans)
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Rockwell College, founded in 1864, is an independent day and boarding Catholic secondary school near Cashel, County Tipperary in Ireland.

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. Its list of former pupils and teachers includes two Presidents of Ireland.

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  1. ^ "Female principal for Rockwell College". Irish Times. February 3, 2012. Retrieved 11 September 2012.

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Coordinates: 52°27′33″N 7°53′37″W / 52.4592°N 7.8936°W / 52.4592; -7.8936