St Dominic's, a Catholic Grammar School for Girls in West Belfast, was
founded in 1870. Today the school has over 990 students. Mary McAleese,
eighth and current President of Ireland, was born in Belfast in Northern
Ireland and eduated at St Dominic's Grammar School during the 1960s.
Amongst the school's facilities are a large computer lab, facilites to
teach home economics, science laboratories and a music room. Sports provided
on the school curriculum include athletics, badminton, rounders, volley
ball, swimming, netball, gymnastics, dance and rugby!
The school has three Latin mottos: Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare - To
praise, to bless and to preach; Veritas - Truth and Contemplare et Contemplata
Aliis Tradere - To study and to hand on the fruits of study.
To find out more about the school why not visit their extensive website