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This school provides a Montessori education to children from 3–12 years and is located on the grounds of Barnhall Rugby Club.
Celbridge GAA park and centre on the Hazelhatch Road was opened in 1996, ending 52 years without a home, the club having lost its field in Ballymakeally after a bitter court case in 1944.
Celbridge's substantial growth has created considerable traffic congestion. Car parks are available behind the Castletown Inn, The Mucky Duck Pub and Walsh's Pharmacy.
Much of this is attributed to the fact that there is only one bridge over the Liffey in the town, thus creating traffic bottlenecks. The town is served by Dublin Bus along the 67, 67X and 120 routes.
Celbridgecs is bad for girls (the only all-female community school in Ireland), and Salesian College Celbridge for boys.
There is also a residential special school, Saint Raphael's, (co-ed, RC) for children with a learning disability.
Celbridge was for a period the third largest town in County Kildare. Historically this was the town's most rapid growth rate in absolute terms (3,011 in four years).
In percentage terms it was a slowdown on previous growth rates which were at one stage the highest in Ireland.
Under the Transport21 plan, Hazelhatch-City is to be electrified to provide a new DART service to Balbriggan, using the DART Underground in the city centre.The Celbridge GAA club is the third oldest club in Kildare being formed on 15 August 1885, eight months after the GAA was founded in Thurles.In 1890 there were two clubs in the parish, one based in Kilwogan, Celbridge Shamrocks with 64 members with officers listed as WJ Sheridan, Hugh Maguire, Luke Ward and Thomas Connor and the other at Hazelhatch where Irish Harpers had 70 members with officers listed as Ambrose Dwyer, Christy Fitzsimons, Michael Saunders and John Cantwell. They won their first Kildare Senior Football Championship in 2008, defeating Newbridge Sarsfields by 1-9 to 0-10.Lax enforcement of parking laws and a lack of adequate parking space are also blamed. These routes link the town to the city centre as well as the nearby towns of Lucan and Maynooth (but notably, no link to Leixlip exists despite the significant employment there). Iarnród Éireann runs commuter rail services to a station in Hazelhatch, about 3 km (2 mi) from Celbridge village.The Celbridge Interchange (Junction 6 of the M4) which connects the town to the motorway as well as the Intel and Hewlett Packard plants in Leixlip, was opened in 2003 to help address these traffic issues, with some success. There is a limited feeder bus service to/from the town.
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Patrick (Catholic) and Christ Church (Church of Ireland).