Golspie High School

Latest news
  • 05/09/2016
    Parents School Calendar
    Important dates for this school year can be found here.
  • 17/08/2016
    Welcome to the High School 2016 -17
    Letter to parents from the Rector for the start of the new school year can be found here
  • 30/06/2016
    Summer 2016 Newsletter
    The latest School Newsletter is available to download here.
  • 23/06/2016
    Free School Meals and Clothing Grants
    To find the up to date information on free school meals and clothing grants available from Highland Council see this.
  • 20/06/2016
    Nethy Bridge for S6
    Find the information here
  • 20/06/2016
    Information Letter August 2016
    You can find the latest information letter to parents here
  • 19/04/2016
    Latest Newsletter
    The spring 2016 newsletter is now available here.
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Welcome to Golspie High School

Practical woodworking

The National 5 class  with their completed Swivel Steps project can be found in the gallery


Recent updates:

Interested in being part of the biggest

Event In the Highlands?

Eden Court Creative will be visiting Golspie High School for six sessions to create a special piece to take to the Ness Islands Halloween Show in Inverness.

Find out more here

Well Done to the pupils who took part in the Highland heats of the Enterprising Maths Challenge in Millburn Academy. More here.

Inspired by the Olympics? … Want to get fitter, faster, leaner, have more fun, be more active…? Then see this

Summer 2016 School Newsletter is here

Rector's Prize Giving Remarks and the School Curriculum 2016/17 can be foundhere.

 Photos from the recent S6 Leadership Residential can be found in the gallery.


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 Driving Ambitions

We had sessions from the fire brigade, police, driving instructor, mechanic, and road safety Scotland. Select the image above for further pictures.

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Golspie High aims to nurture and develop the academic and creative talents of every pupil, and provide them with engaging opportunities to succeed. We invest significant time in fostering positive relationships with our community, and this is reflected in the hard-working and friendly pupils who attend the school.

The school encourages aspiration, dedication and kindness in our pupils; and we expect the highest standards of behaviour, based on tolerance and respect.

In addition to a broad curriculum, a wide range of extra-curricular activities are available to our pupils, appealing to their interests in sports, the arts and outdoor pursuits, all of which contribute to the school's aims of providing the fullest education possible.

Driving Ambitions

Driving Ambitions