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Catholic secondary schools in Edinburgh


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Catholic secondary schools in Stirling (council area)


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Bridge of Don Academy

Bridge of Don Academy is an Aberdeen City Council operated six-year secondary comprehensive school and community centre in Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, Scotland. The building was opened in 1979, originally designed to accommodate around 900 pupils. T ...


Kincorth Academy

Kincorth Academy was an Aberdeen City Council secondary school in Kincorth, Aberdeen, Scotland. Local primary feeder schools were: Abbotswell Primary, Charleston Primary, Kirkhill Primary and Loirston Primary. The school worked in close partnersh ...


Banchory Academy

Banchory Academy is a secondary school serving Banchory, Scotland and surroundings, including the neighbouring communities of Raemoir, Crathes, Strachan, Drumoak, Durris, Inchmarlo and Glassel. The current school roll is around 800 pupils.


Peterhead Academy

The original building of Peterhead academy Was built in 1846 and was originally a boys only school The South-east Modern Languages wing was built in 1961 with further building in the 1970s taking the school to its current form. The newer area of ...


Portlethen Academy

With the expansion of the communities of Portlethen and Newtonhill in the 1980s, the Education Committee of Grampian Regional Council decided to build a new six-year Academy in Portlethen. Until then, pupils from the area were bused to Mackie Aca ...


People educated at Fordyce Academy


People educated at Turriff Academy


High schools in Angus


Arbroath High School

The new building was opened in 1985 to serve the west side of Arbroath and outlying areas, such as the villages of Arbirlot, Carmyllie and Colliston. The school was built in a residential area not far from the town centre. As well as the faciliti ...


Campbeltown Grammar School


Baldragon Academy

Baldragon Academy is a six-year comprehensive in the Kirkton area of Dundee, Scotland. It was originally named Kirkton High School until merging with Rockwell High School in August 1997. The school is set in over 20 acres of its own grounds. The ...


Braeview Academy

Braeview Academy is a secondary school in Dundee, Scotland. Situated on top of a steep hill, it was originally named Whitfield High School. It was damaged in a fire on 11 September 2018, which destroyed around half of the building. Dundee City Co ...


Craigie High School

Craigie High School is a co-educational government funded High school situated in the city of Dundee, Scotland. The school is located within Craigiebank and has been serving the areas of Craigiebank, Douglas and Pitkerro for over 50 years.


James Hamilton Academy

James Hamilton Academy was a six-year non-denominational, co-educational, comprehensive school. The school was officially opened on the 16th of September 1977 and closed its doors on the 29th of March 2018 and was incorporated into Kilmarnock Aca ...


Denny High School

Denny High School in Scotland is a non-denominational public secondary school. The school was opened in 1959, and moved to a new building in February 2009. The new school contains a gymnasium, swimming pool and drama studio. The school serves an ...


Queen Anne High School, Dunfermline

Queen Anne High School is a large secondary school in the city of Dunfermline in Fife. It is named for Anne of Denmark, the queen of James VI, whose former home was the schools original location. In the 1930s it moved to the former Dunfermline Hi ...


Lochend Community High School

Lochend Community High School is a non-denominational, coeducational, state secondary school in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow. The school is within the local authority of Glasgow City Council. The school teaches pupils across all secondary stag ...


Rosshall Academy

Rosshall Academy is a secondary school in the Rosshall area of Glasgow, Scotland. The school was formed in August 1999 to merge Penilee Secondary School and Crookston Castle Secondary School and moved to a new building roughly equidistant between ...


Smithycroft Secondary School

Smithycroft Secondary School is located in Riddrie, Glasgow, Scotland. Its buildings are sited to the immediate north-west of HMP Barlinnie. In 2002 the school relocated to a new building constructed in the playing fields of the old school. The o ...


Whitehill Secondary School

Whitehill Secondary School is a Scottish non-denominational comprehensive secondary school located in the suburb of Dennistoun in Glasgow. The school is a part of the Whitehill Campus, along with Golfhill Primary School and Westercraigs Nursery. ...


Kilchuimen Academy

Kilchuimen Academy is a small secondary school located in Fort Augustus in Scotland. It shares its campus with neighbouring Kilchuimen Primary. The school has approximately 80 students enrolled. In 2009 the school saw the arrival of a new M.U.G.A ...


Secondary schools in Inverness


Secondary schools in Sutherland

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