Rathkeale College is an integrated day and boarding school for boys from Years 9 to 13. Established in 1963, it is located in a magnificent park-like setting. With superb sports grounds and facilities, Rathkeale provides an outstanding learning and living environment for young men.
From the outset, the college’s location and natural environment has dictated a special college atmosphere. This has led to the creation of unique facilities such as the outdoor Greek Theatre and a number of buildings, including sports pavilions, which have largely been built by the boys.
The college is affiliated to the Anglican Church and maintains a range of traditional features including high academic expectations, compulsory sport, and an emphasis on a holistic education. Physical well-being is an integral part of a Rathkeale student’s education. All boys are required to participate in summer and winter sport.
The Rathkeale / St Matthew’s Senior College, located on the Rathkeale campus, blends around 250 senior students from both St Matthew’s and Rathkeale in a co-educational environment. It makes an important contribution to the preparation of the students for life beyond the college gate.
Rathkeale celebrated its 50th Jubilee in March 2014.
Rugby at Rathkeale is supported by the Rathkeale College Rugby Club.
"The Rathkeale College Rugby Club (RCRC) aims to promote and develop rugby at Rathkeale College by encouraging and providing support to all players, administrators, coaches and associated people involved to ensure that rugby at Rathkeale is enjoyed at a level of excellence by all."
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