How to Apply
Mater Dei Academy is currently accepting admissions from both boys and girls for September 2023. If you would like to visit the Academy with your child, please call us on 021 202 1229 to schedule a visit.
Admission is open to all boys and girls whose families demonstrate a commitment to uphold the ethos and Catholic identity of the Academy through active participation and living of the faith in all of the Academy’s teaching and learning activities.
Read our full admissions policy here:
Mater Dei Academy is an independent Catholic school which operates as a non-recognised school under Section 14 (1) of the Education (Welfare) Act, 2000. It receives no funding from the Irish state and, as a registered charity in Ireland, it is supported by benefactors and donors. Mater Dei Academy does not charge fees for students who are resident in Ireland.
All parents are asked to provide a voluntary time commitment to support the Academy’s activities. Voluntary financial contributions from parents form an important support for the running of the Academy. However, such contributions are optional and no child is refused admission to Mater Dei Academy on financial grounds.
The Board of Trustees and Staff of the Academy recognise that child protection and welfare considerations permeate all aspects of the Academy’s life and this is reflected in all of the school’s policies, procedures, practices and activities. Therefore in all of its policies, procedures, practices and activities, the Academy will adhere to the principles of best practice in child protection and welfare in addition to its statutory requirements.
In addition to its statutory requirements, the Board of Trustees of Mater Dei Academy has adopted without modification the Department of Education’s Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools 2017 as part of their overall Child Safeguarding Statement.
Read the full statement here: