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Our Schools

A Modern Place of Learning in the Heart of Glasgow

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."

Annual Open Events

The Junior and Senior School Open Events give prospective parents and pupils an opportunity to see around the Junior School at Ledcameroch Road and the Senior School at Crow Road. Staff and pupil tour guides escort visitors around the classrooms and other facilities, giving parents an insight into school life at the Junior School.

At the Senior School, Third Year pupil guides escort visitors around classrooms and laboratories where displays and exhibits demonstrate what the Senior School has to offer. The Rector delivers a brief introduction in the Assembly Hall with refreshments available in the Refectory of the Jimmie Ireland Stand following the tour, and staff available to answer any questions. Parents who have applied for places and those considering doing so are all welcome to attend the Open Evening with their children. Parking is available in the playground beside the Sports Complex.

This year's Junior School Open Event takes place on Saturday 27 October, from 12pm

The Senior School Open Evening takes place on Monday 12 November, from 7pm

Latest News

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19-09-18

British Boating Double Success for Oban

Second Year pupil Oban Duncan has excelled on the water over the last few weeks, winning two British Championships in the space of a month!

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11-09-18

Notes on Summer Musical Participation

Once again, High School musicians have shown dedication to their craft by spending large parts of their summer break participating in musical groups and performing around the country.

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Latest Tweets

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HighSchoolofGlasgow @HSofG 20 Sep
RT @HSofGSport: Powerboating: Second Year pupil Oban Duncan has excelled on the water over the last few weeks as she was crowned both Briti…
HighSchoolofGlasgow @HSofG 20 Sep
Our S2 pupils had a fascinating series of workshops with Mathematician Dr @jamesgrime yesterday, discovering the hi… https://t.co/A2D7u62IVC
HighSchoolofGlasgow @HSofG 20 Sep
Maths Week Challenge #4 The final day of this school week - can you crack puzzle number four? Answers at 5:00pm… https://t.co/4Ac3Hh8Rs2
HighSchoolofGlasgow @HSofG 19 Sep
Excellent evening with @jamesgrime rounded off with a chance to view the Enigma machine up close. #HSOGMaths https://t.co/F0eue8jzEA
HighSchoolofGlasgow @HSofG 19 Sep
A large number in the hall this evening to hear from Dr James Grime about the Enigma Machine and Alan Turing after… https://t.co/PJefCJttO5

Admissions

The High School of Glasgow is an independent, co-educational, non-denominational school with a Christian background and seeks 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

Admissions

How to Apply

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

How to Apply
Admissions

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
Admissions

Entrance Test Day

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

Entrance Test Day