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€275,000 profit at south Dublin private school

Business ‘at risk’ from change in education policy

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

2nd May, 2015
Income from fees at St Andrew’s College rose to €8.5 million in the last financial year Picture: Maura Hickey

St Andrew’s College, one of the country’s top fee-paying schools, made a profit of close to €275,000 last year.

The south Dublin school’s surplus for the year ending June 2014 was up 27 per cent on the previous year, according to documents lodged at the Companies Registration Office recently. Although the figure is a substantial increase on the prior year’s number, it is well below what it was recording five years...

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