The educational aim of the Holy Faith Secondary School, Clontarf is to provide a broad general education, to help encourage each student to reach her full potential and to strive for academic excellence.
The school has a history of academic achievement and offers a broad-ranging curriculum to its students. Students are offered a wide choice of subjects at both Junior and Senior Cycle. It is a school policy to offer all subjects at first year level so that students may make an informed and guided choice of subjects for the Junior Certificate.
To encourage each student to reach her full potential and to strive for academic excellence.
Students are entered for the Junior Certificate, Transition Year, Leaving Certificate Established and the Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme (LCVP)
The school follows the curricular programmes prescribed by the Department of Education and Skills, which may be amended from time to time in accordance with Sections 9 and 30 of the Education Act 1998.
All students follow a six-year programme that includes Transition Year.
Students from Transition Year, Fifth Year and Sixth Year are offered the opportunity to attain the ECDL (European Computer Drivers License) qualification.