Cabra Community College, formally Coláiste Éanna was first opened in 1945 by the City of Dublin VEC as a vocational school for the boys and girls of Cabra. It was the first ever co-educational school of its kind in Ireland. The school has greatly expanded its range of courses in the intervening period. It now provides Education for Second Level Students and Adult Students.
On the 1st July 2013, the City of Dublin VEC organisation began a new era as we become the City of Dublin Education and Training Board CDETB following the Education and Training Boards Act 2013