The High School, Dublin
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|The High School|
Zion Road, Rathgar
Republic of Ireland
|Type||Independent secondary school|
|Motto||We are faithful to our trust|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Church of Ireland|
|Oversight||The Erasmus Smith Trust|
|Principal||G A Forrest|
|Colour(s)||Black and Red|
|Yearbook||The Erasmian and Diocesan Times|
It was established in 1870 at Harcourt Street before moving to Rathgar in 1971 and amalgamated with The Diocesan School for Girls in 1974, becoming co-educational.
- Lenny Abrahamson, film director and screenwriter
- Ernest Alton, university professor, independent Teachta Dála and Senator
- Ryan Baird, rugby union player
- Nicola Daly, hockey player
- Charles D'Arcy, bishop
- John Duggan, bishop
- Jonathan Garth, cricketer
- C. G. Grey, editor and writer
- Howard Kilroy, accountant and businessman
- F. S. L. Lyons, historian and academic
- Howard Kilroy, businessman
- William Kirkpatrick Magee, author, editor, and librarian
- Brian McCracken, judge
- Roly Meates, former Ireland national rugby union team coach
- Alison Meeke, hockey player
- Greg Molins, cricketer
- Jason Molins, cricketer
- J. Alec Motyer, biblical scholar
- Annalise Murphy, sailor
- William Noblett, priest and author
- David Norris, scholar, independent Senator and civil rights activist
- Denis O'Brien, businessman
- Shane O'Donoghue, field hockey player
- Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, fiddler
- Philip Orr BIL - rugby union player
- John Robbie BIL - rugby union player
- Trevor Sargent, politician
- Alan Shatter, politician
- Roland Shortt, cricketer
- John Thorpe, priest
- William Thrift, university professor and independent Teachta Dála
- Jack Butler Yeats, artist and Olympic medalist
- William Butler Yeats, poet
- Pearse Street, Dublin.
- website, The High School, Dublin. "The High School, Dublin - Staff". www.highschooldublin.com. Retrieved 7 May 2018.
- "Erasmian and Diocesan Times". The High School, Dublin. Retrieved 13 July 2019.
- "High School ranks top in State, says new league table". Retrieved 7 May 2018.
- "Background". The High School, Dublin. Retrieved 13 July 2019.
- "The High School, Dublin - Hockey". www.highschooldublin.com. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
- "Player profile: Roland Henry Shortt". CricketEurope. Retrieved 2 November 2018.