The North Dublin National School Project evolved from a wish by parents on Dublin’s Northside to send their children to a school in which children of both sexes, and of all religions and none would be educated together. Opening in September 1984, it is an equality-based, co-educational, democratically-run and child-centred national school based in Glasnevin in Dublin. The North Dublin National School Project is state-funded and teaches the National Curriculum. It is a non-fee-paying school that is open to students of all backgrounds. Contact information for the North Dublin National School Project can be found below.