I would like to welcome you to the Piper’s Hill College website and hope you find the information you require within.

The vibrancy and variety contained in the website reflects a school comfortable with change emphasising an inclusive ethos and welcome to all regardless of ability, creed or race.

Our magnificent facilities here, which include four fully equipped science laboratories, a language laboratory, state-of-the-art construction and engineering rooms as well as a sports hall and floodlit all weather pitches, ensures that your son/daughter will be perfectly well positioned to achieve his/her full potential in Piper’s Hill College.

Finally, the security of an out-of-town school setting combined with a fully qualified, committed and dynamic teaching staff will build on the strengths and talents that your son/daughter will bring to the school.

I look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership between school and home based on the cornerstones of respect and achievement.

Is Mise Le Meas,

Colm O’Connor


2015/2016 Calendar available on our Parents Page 


Kilcullen Road (R448) Upgrade

Implementation of One Way Traffic System

Dear Resident

Kildare County Council has commissioned upgrade works on the Naas to Kilcullen Road (R448) between Piper’s Hill Schools Campus and the Roundabout on the Naas Inner Relief Road. The contractor engaged to carry out the works is John Cradock Ltd.

These road improvement works will involve the provision of new footpaths and cycle tracks on both sides along the entire length of the works. There will be new surfacing and road construction and also the installation of new public lighting, new signalised pedestrian crossings, works around existing services and the provision of new services including drainage and sewerage.

A Stop / Go system was initially implemented but this proved overly disruptive to road users. In order now to facilitate the safe construction of these works and to keep traffic moving on this busy section of road it will be necessary to introduce a one-way traffic system. The one way system will allow traffic to flow from Naas towards Kilcullen but traffic travelling from Kilcullen to Naas will need to divert via the L2023 towards Punchestown at Mylerstown (Rafferty’s) Cross.

For housing estates within the works, i.e. Esmondale, Broadfield and Kilashee View – vehicles wishing to travel towards Naas will need to turn towards Kilcullen and follow the diversion route.

It is proposed to implement the one-way system on Tuesday 2nd June at 18:00 hours and it will remain in place until approximately December. The map overleaf shows the diversion route.

Disruption during the course of the works is regretted and will be minimised as far as possible.

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Enrolment Policy available on our Parents Page

Book Lists Now Available for each year HERE 

Study Guides for Junior Cert students are available HERE

Piper's Hill College School Library
Now open 

Tuesday lunchtime: 1:15pm-1:50pm
Thursday lunchtime:12:55pm-1:25pm

Come along and sign up for free!  If you already have a Kildare Library Services Card from Naas Library (or any other Kildare Library), you will need this to sign up. Your library card will allow you to use both libraries.

If you do not belong to Naas Library we will issue you with a card and provide you with a registration card for Naas Library so that you will be able to use both libraries. The library is open to all students and staff. No food or drink is allowed in the library, so eat your lunch before you visit!

We look forward to seeing you soon. PHC Library Team.

Full details on our Parents Page


Update on the recent Clothes Recyling Initiative, Full story here

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A new Parents' Association Committee has been formed. The next meeting of the Association takes place Tuesday 8th December at 7pm in the Parents' room. For more details click here


Piper’s Hill College annual Awards Night took place in the school’s Sports Hall on Tuesday October 20th. Click here for full story

Pictured below is Eimear Dignam, Recipient of the Ben Wallace Inspirational Student Award

Eimear Dignam


Our Sixth Year students travelled to the Helix Theatre in Dublin City University on Wednesday October 7th and enjoyed a morning production of King Lear by William Shakespeare. Click here for full story

King Lear


Piper’s Hill College wishes to congratulate their Leaving Certificate class of 2015. 

Among the successful students were, Daniel Logan who attained 615 points, Aditya Krishnan scored 595 points, Samuel Murphy  who scored 590 points and Jenna Mac Dougall who scored 560 points. Click for full story.

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Pictured are Sam Murphy, Daniel Logan and Jenna Mac Dougall.


Fifth Year trip to the Chocolate warehouse. Click for full story

Chocolate Warehouse 1


Second Year students attend robotics workshop. Click here for full story

Robotics Workshop


Philip Mc Cabe. Bee expert, TY talk on bees held on 12th October

Ty Beekeeping


TY team that beat Naas CBS in first round of the Rigby Jones Debating Competition on 8th October

Ty Debating

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