Henri Kirpach (2 March 1841 – 25 April 1911) was a Luxembourgish politician and lawyer.
In 1870 he was first elected into the Chamber of Deputies.
His name is connected with the education law of 20 April 1881, also known as the loi Kirpach ("Kirpach law"), which made school attendance mandatory between the ages of 6 and 12. This reform provoked bitter debates over the role of the state in society and the relations between church and state. The law also provided for a single system of public schools, and made it the state's duty to organise education. At the same time, however, the church remained involved, since the local parish priest was an ex officio member of the local commune's school commission, and the schoolteacher was under his supervision.
On 1 January 1910 Henri Kirpach became a member of the Council of State.
He died in 1913 in Luxembourg City.
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- List of appointees to the Order of the Oak Crown in 1894