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



The school would like to advise the Naas community that people purporting to represent Piper’s Hill College may have called to some houses seeking money for fundraising activities.  Piper’s Hill College is not fundraising at this time as it is at the end of the school term.  Any person seeking such contributions/funds should be declined and the school contacted on 045-897885.


Colm O’Connor



Staff and students of Piper’s Hill College celebrate 1916

Three students, Cory Pearse, Marrissa Honeyman and Stephen Smyth attended a ceremony at Croke Park on Monday March 7 which represented the culmination of Ireland’s Flags for Schools programme.  They were accompanied by their teacher Ms Keeley. Some 6,000 students and teachers representing schools throughout Ireland attended the event.    President Michael D Higgins addressed the audience and spoke about the part young people have to play in shaping the future of Ireland. Each school was presented with a flag and a copy of the Proclamation. RTE broadcaster Ryan Tubridy was MC for the event and the audience were treated to traditional Irish music by the group Seo Linn.

1916 Croke Park

Proclamation Day at Piper’s Hill College

On Tuesday March 15, Proclamation Day the college laid on a number of events to mark the occasion. The day started with an extended morning registration for all classes in which students were given a presentation on the events of Easter week 1916. An Irish History Quiz was enjoyed by all students before lunch break followed by traditional Irish music in the school foyer.

The highlight of the day’s celebration occurred in the afternoon with the flag raising ceremony which was attended by members of the defence forces, representatives from each class group and staff members.

Traditional Irish dancing was performed by students followed by poetry readings and recitations. Mr O’ Connor then presented the Irish flag to the Lieutenant Brian Lane who assisted by students Cory Pearse and Arran Fennessey raised the flag to full mast. Leaving Cert students Stephen Smyth and Aimee Darias O’Hara then recited their own compositions for the audience. This was followed by Irish songs and music from different class groups. The afternoon was concluded by an address from Mr O’Connor. Well done to the organisers of this very successful day.

1916 Celebrations

 1916 Flag



2015/2016 Calendar available on our Parents Page 

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



Piper’s Hill College achieve a series of spectacular victories in basketball

Congratulations to Piper’s Hill College First and Second Year Girls’ basketball teams on their recent series of victories. Our First Year girls won the Midlands C finals.

Our Second Year basketball team also recorded a win in the Midlands C Final.

Our Second Year boys Basketball team secured a comprehensive victory in the Boys’ Midland Regional C Final. The boys’ team will proceed to the All Ireland playoffs in Ballymahon Co Longford on April 17th.  

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First Year Students travel to Co Meath Gaeltacht

To celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge first year students travelled to the Gaeltacht in Rath Cairn Co Meath. Click here for full story




Fifth Year LCVP students visit KWWSPCA Two Mile House

Class 5 Corrib organised a trip to the premises of the Kildare and West Wicklow Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals recently where the students carried out voluntary work for the day. Full story here.



Piper’s Hill College Build a Bank

The Transition Year group over saw a very successful introduction of the idea of a

school bank to the entire school population.

Pictured below are Piper’s Hill College students showing of their school bank exhibits.

School Bank

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Girls Basketball Success

Congratulations to Piper’s Hill Girls Basketball teams on their recent series of victories in the Midland C League. For the full story click here.

Pictured below are the Second year team

2nd Yr Basketball


Presentation ceremony for excellence in Junior Certificate Business Studies 2015

Three students from Piper’s Hill College, Fiona Behan, Renick Castillo and Annie Ramsden attained an A grade in the exam and were invited to attend the Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting, School of Business and Department of Law ceremony at Maynooth University. For the full story click here

Business Awards


Transition Year students enjoy Sound Engineering Course

Transition Year students from Piper’s Hill College recently benefited from an in house three day sound recording course in our very own dedicated music studio. Click here for full article.

Ty Musicians


Walk in my Shoes Day

Walk In My Shoes

Pictured above are students who participated in the school's 'Walk in My Shoes' day which raises awareness for mental health

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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


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.


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