Religion, politics, fees: Inside the world of Alexandra College

Privileged? Elitist? Entitled? Ireland’s fee-paying schools are being scrutinised as never before. But what is the view from inside these institutions? In the first of a series with those who run Ireland’s most prestigious schools, Alexandra College principal Barbara Ennis talks to The Sunday Business Post.

24th September, 2017
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Pupils attend assembly at Alexandra College All pictures: Maura Hickey

The waiting room outside the Principal’s office in Alexandra College is stacked with copies of the school’s annual.

Award winning essays are republished in the pages of The Alexandrian; both winner and runner up of the final year exceptional writing award are about family holidays to America (“In between our planned stops we had to spend the night in a series of motels, each of which seemed to be even more...

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