As appeared in Freeman’s Journal, 1 August, 1908.
Teach fheadha chúilinn Ráth Ó Maine, Baile Átha Cliath.
Sgoil Gaedhealach le haghaidh Gaedheal Óg.
Osglóchar an Sgoil seo an 7ad lá de mhí Mheadhoin an Fhogmhair, 1908.
ST. ENDA’S SCHOOL,
CULLENSWOOD HOUSE, RATHMINES, DUBLIN.
IRISH IRELAND BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR CATHOLIC BOYS.
Head Master – P. H. PEARSE, B.A., Barrister-at-Law.
Second Master – THOMAS McDONAGH
(Late of Rockwell College, Cashel, and St. Colman’s College, Fermoy),
Assisted by a staff of Six Professors.
SPACIOUS SCHOOLHOUSE AND GROUNDS.
Apart from its distinctively National standpoint ST. ENDA’S SCHOOL will adopt several new and important principles in educational aim and method. Features of its system will be the DIRECT METHOD teaching of Modern Languages and BILINGUAL Instruction in all other branches. It will devote special attention to science and “Modern” Subjects generally. While aiming at producing scholars, ST. ENDA’S will aim in the first place at producing at eng(??) noble and useful men. The domestic arrangements will be in charge of an experienced lady.
FIRST TERM OPENS 7th SEPTEMBER, 1908.
For Prospectus apply to
Padraic Mac Piarais (P. H. Pearse),
Cill Mhuire Chairrgin (Leeson Park)
Baile Átha Cliath, (Dublin.)