Kishoge Community College aims to provide an education that enables all students to contribute meaningfully to their communities, embrace the rights and responsibilities of active citizenship and develop the knowledge and skills needed to live, learn and work in the 21st century. It is an equality-based, co-educational, democratically-run and learner-centred second-level school based in Lucan in Dublin. Kishoge Community College 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 Kishoge Community College can be found below.
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