- Christian Brothers College, Cork
CBC CorkCerta Bonum Certamen
(Fight the good fight)
Location Sidney Hill, Cork, Ireland Information Type Private Established 1888 Principal Dr Laurence Jordan Enrollment 1000+ (Entire College) School fees €3,100 in 1st year. €2,850 per year thereafter Colors Website http://www.cbccork.ie
Their sister school in Dublin is CBC Monkstown. The school scores well compared to the national average at both Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate level. The college's main rivals are Presentation Brothers College. As the two main fee paying all-boys schools in Cork, both share similar histories, student bases, and sporting & academic traditions.
In the mid 19th century the Vincentian Fathers maintained a seminary at Saint Patrick's Place in Cork, known as the Cork Diocesan Seminary. In 1888 a new seminary with residential accommodation was completed at Farranferris, and the Vincentian ecclesiastical students transferred there.
The then bishop of Cork, Most Rev. Dr O'Callaghan, invited the Christian Brothers to take charge of the St Patrick's Place establishment.
The Congregation of Christian Brothers had been established almost 90 years earlier by Edmund Ignatius Rice for the education of poor Irish boys. Over the years, the Order's mission had extended to other countries and other social groups.
From the beginning, CBC was principally involved in preparing pupils for University entry, and operated on St Patrick's Place for a hundred years.
Marking the centenary in 1988, the College moved from its original site to a new location, one hundred metres away, atop Sidney Hill.
1996-1998 saw the modernisation of sports facilities at Lansdowne. 1999 saw an extension to the College complex itself which included improved dining facilities and the creation of a special complex for sixth year students. In 2008, construction was completed on an AstroTurf pitch, which is now used for various sporting activities, including after school football.
Though the Christian Brothers retain a presence on the Board of Management, as Trustees, CBC is now staffed entirely by lay teachers, and is recognised as one of Ireland's leading educational establishments at secondary level. (In the 2006 Sunday Times Schools League Table, CBC was listed among the country's top twenty boys schools.)
CBC has over 1000 students in the college with 885 studying at Secondary Level and more than 250 studying at Primary Level in the Preparatory School. The current principal of the college (both secondary and preparatory) is Dr. Laurence Jordan.
As of 2008, annual fees were €3,100 for first year and €2,850 for subsequent years.
The school is one of Cork's "rugby union nurseries" and have won the Munster Schools' Senior Cup twenty eight times (equal with rivals PBC Cork). Current members of the Munster rugby squad, Stephen Archer, Darragh Hurley, Tomás O'Leary, Billy Holland, and Donncha O'Callaghan are recent past pupils (2006, 2004, 2002, and 1998 respectively).
CBC's most recent Senior Cup victory came in 2009 when the side defeated Rockwell College. This came after 2 successive defeats in the final. In 2010, the CBC side failed to regain their title.
The school also participates in other extracurricular activities, including debating, charitable activities, basketball and others. The school also participates in other sports, including soccer (football) and GAA (Gaelic football and Hurling) - with CBC winning the Junior Cup for soccer in 2003 and 2008 and several Lord Mayor Cups.
Through several fundraising efforts, including the annual Christmas appeal, CBC supports charities including SHARE, S.V.P., HOPE, Trócaire and Concern. One of the school's main charitable activities is the "Zambia Immersion Project", which has run biannually since 2003. This Immersion project involves students travelling to Zambia with chosen staff and assisting the Christian Brothers missions in Murundu, Mufulira.
- Peter Barry, Minister for Foreign Affairs (1982–1987), Tánaiste (1987).
- J. Kevin Boland, RC prelate bishop of Savannah
- Mark Cagney, TV and radio broadcaster.
- Hugh Coveney, Minister for the Marine (1994–1995), Minister for Defence (1994–1995).
- Darragh Hurley, Munster rugby player
- Donal Lenihan, former Ireland rugby union captain.
- Frank Murphy, former Munster rugby player and Leicester Tigers, current Connacht Rugby player.
- Noel Murphy (Sr.), Irish Rugby Union international, Munster Rugby and British and Irish Lions team member
- Noel Murphy (Jr.), Irish Rugby Union international, Munster Rugby and British and Irish Lions team member
- Donncha O'Callaghan, Irish Rugby Union international, Munster Rugby and British and Irish Lions team member.
- Shane O'Connor, Munster Rugby player.
- Tomás O'Leary, Irish Rugby Union international and Munster Rugby and British and Irish Lions team member.
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- ^ "Straight As, a keeper's comeback and one happy hurler". Irish Times. 19 August 2010. http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/ireland/2010/0819/1224277151332.html. Retrieved 23 October 2010.
- ^ CBCCork.ie - Message from Principal
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- ^ cbccork.ie/pages/debating
- ^ CBCCork.ie - Clubs and Activities at CBC
- ^ ZambiaProject.com - Official Site of the CBC Zambia Immersion Project
- ^ "Tributes flow for TD in tragic cliff walk death". Irish Examiner. 16 March 1998. http://archives.tcm.ie/irishexaminer/1998/03/16/ihead.htm. Retrieved 24 October 2010.
- ^ IrishRugby.ie - Player profiles - Tomás O'Leary
List of Christian Brothers schools and Presentation Brothers schools in Ireland Fee paying (Private) Gaelscoil State Secondary SchoolsPresentation College, Bray · C.B.S. Glen Road, · Ardscoil Rís, Limerick · Belfast · Oatlands College · Edmund Rice College, Glengormley · St. Mary's Christian Brothers' Grammar School, Belfast · C.B.S. Secondary School Ennistymon · Ennis C.B.S. · Rice College Ennis · C.B.S. Midleton · C.B.S. Charleville · Blarney Street C.B.S, Cork · C.B.S. Youghal, Youghal · Deerpark C.B.S. St Patrick's Road, Cork · CBS, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork · Clonkeen College · Drimnagh Castle Secondary School · O'Connell School · St. Aidan's C.B.S. · St. Declan's · St. Fintan's High School · St. Joseph's C.B.S., Dublin · St. Vincent's C.B.S. · Synge Street C.B.S. · C.B.S. Westland Row · St Mary's CBS (The Green) · C.B.S. Naas · Callan CBS, Callan · Kilkenny CBS · St Marys C.B.S., Laois · CBS Sexton Street, Limerick · St. Fintan's High School · St. Joseph's C.B.S., Louth · Rice College Westport C.B.S. · St. Mary's C.B.S., Wexford · C.B.S. New Ross · C.B.S. Wexford · Waterpark College, Waterford · Mount Sion · Dungarvan C.B.S. · C.B.S. Tramore · Christian Brothers Grammar School, Omagh · St. Joseph's C.B.S., Tipperary · CBS High School Clonmel · Abbey C.B.S. · St. Mary's Christian Brothers Secondary School, Roscommon · Defunct schoolsCBS Eblana · St. Joseph's Industrial School, Letterfrack St Joseph's Industrial School, Tralee · Presentation Brothers College, Glasthule
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