St. Kilian's German School

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St.Kilians German School
St.Kilians Deutsche Schule
Clonskeagh, Dublin
Type Independent
Motto Fairness-courtesy-respect
Established 1952
Principal Alice Lynch
Grades 1–12
Color(s) red

St. Kilian's German School (Deutsche Schule Dublin - DSD) is a German international school in Dublin, Ireland. St Kilian's was founded in the early 1950s and consists of a kindergarten, primary school and secondary school. It is open to students from ages 4 to 18.[1]


Since 2002 St. Kilians has shared its campus with Lycée Française d'Irlande and has become known as the "Eurocampus".[2]


Charley Boorman, film actor and travelogue presenter.[3]

Paul Murphy TD, Irish Socialist Party TD for the Dublin South-West Dail Constituency[4]


  1. ^ Mercer Consulting (2009-03-20). Global Manager's Guide to Living and Working Abroad, The: Western Europe and the Americas. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishing. p. 169. ISBN 978-0-313-35883-8. 
  2. ^ "Eurocampus" (in German). St. Kilians Deutsche Schule. Archived from the original on January 5, 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-08. 
  3. ^ "Fee-paying schools list" (Archive). The Sunday Business Post Online. Sunday May 23, 2004 - (St Kilians German School lists Boorman as a former pupil)]
  4. ^ "[ Murphy's Law: Middle class rebel and suburban radical]"

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