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The concert will be held on Monday 24 June at 7.00pm in the Senior School Assembly Hall, and will feature:

  • The Junior School Classical Percussion Ensemble
  • The Intermediate Percussion Ensemble
  • The Senior Percussion Ensemble...
  • well as some special guests!

There will be a collection at the end of the concert for the Music Department Instrumental Fund.

This promises to be an exciting and fun evening of percussion so clear your diary and make sure you are with us on Monday 24th June.

We very much hope you will be able to join us for this exciting evening brought to you by the High School Music Department.



Come and see how we get it Right From The Start.

Arrange a visit now by contacting the Junior School



The High School of Glasgow is an independent, co-educational, non-denominational school with a Christian background, which aims to foster traditional standards and values and a concern for others. Find out more about the Admissions process to our Junior School in Bearsden and Senior School in Anniesland


How to Apply

Find out more about the application process for joining The High School of Glasgow.

How to Apply

Open Events

Our Open Events during the Autumn Term give parents and pupils an insight into life at the High School of Glasgow.

Open Events

Entrance Test Day

Information about Entrance arrangements at both the Junior and Senior Schools.

Entrance Test Day

Rector's Welcome

A personal welcome to the school from the Rector, Mr John O'Neill.

"Children who are happy, respected, secure and encouraged will do well. They will thrive. They will be open to getting involved, working hard and making the most of the opportunities and challenges around them. They will be open to doing their best in every circumstance and to developing a sense of responsibility for themselves and for the needs of others and the wider world.

Here at the High School we are firmly wedded to the belief that to nurture the whole child the values and ethos described above must be provided for within an atmosphere of tolerance, care and positive relationships. These values underpin all aspects of our daily life across classrooms, corridors, expressive arts, sport and beyond. They also allow our young people to have the opportunity to experience an all-round rich and supportive learning environment in which they can develop their potential to the full and are encouraged to aspire for excellence in all they do.

Please do come and visit us, as it is the best way to see how we put the above aims and values into practice. You would be most welcome."

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Young Musicians of the Year 2019

The most outstanding musical talent the High School has to offer was on display at Monday evening's Young Musicians of the Year Final for 2019.

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HSOG Victorious at Inaugural Short Tennis Competition

A team of HSOG First Year and Transitus pupils won the inaugural Tennis Scotland Short Tennis Event for secondary school pupils at the Emirates Arena on Tuesday 11th June.

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Many thanks to our two adjudicators, Mr Graham Dickie and Mr Fraser MacAulay (Class of 2002).
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The Iain Paterson Award for the Young Singer of the Year 2019 is awarded to Lucy Goodwin.