Irish Admissions

Villiers School is now considering applications for admission in the following academic years:

  • 2021-2022

School places will be allocated in accordance with Villiers School Admissions Policy.

Final decisions in relation to admission are made by the Headmistress. Successful applicants will receive written confirmation of a school place.  A non-refundable deposit is necessary to confirm your school place.

Open Day

Parents and prospective students are welcomed to attend our annual Open Day, typically held on a Saturday in October of the preceding year.  

While we are disappointed that we cannot welcome our prospective students to Villiers this year in person, we hope you enjoy our Villiers School Open Day Video.

Applications to Form I

Day pupil applicants for Form I must apply for a place at Villiers School in conjunction with the Limerick Area Post-Primary Schools’ Common Application System. Villiers School must be given first preference in order for the student to be considered for admission.  Any applicant who designates a school other than Villiers School as his/her first choice on the Limerick Common Application Form shall be deemed to have forfeited his/her opportunity to be considered for admission to Villiers.

Admissions information for Form I applicants is available here.

All correspondence in relation to application for admission to Form I should be directed to the Headmistress’ PA, Ms. Michelle Tuite by telephone +353 61 451447 or by email secretary@villiers-school.com.

All Other Applications

Correspondence in relation to application for admission for all other years and programmes of study at Villiers School should be directed to the Admissions & Communications Manager, Mrs. Susan Peña, by telephone +353 61 451447 or by email admissions@villiers-school.com

Grant Information

The Secondary Education Committee (SEC) offers assistance by way of grants to parents of the Protestant community, who which to send their children to a secondary school of their own faith tradition within the Republic of Ireland. More information is available here