The Scottish Government is going to provide access to sanitary products to all girls in education. Stirling High School has volunteered to pilot this scheme for Stirling Council from after the Easter holidays and we are keen to ensure that we meet the
Mr G Cameron has left Stirling High School and Miss Susan Robb has been appointed as our new Principal Teacher of Pupil Support. Miss Robb will take over duties of Stewart House pupils from Mr G Cameron.
Stirling Council is committed to high quality services that meet priorities and outcomes that have been agreed with our communities. In working with our communities, businesses and community planning partners we plan to make the best use of the money
We are closing at 1.10pm today for pupils. If possible pupils should walk home instead of vehicles travelling to school. If you have any concerns that no one will be at home for your child please contact the school office.
Due to the weather forecast, the S2 parents’ evening for 16th Jan is postponed until next Tuesday 23rd January. Parental appointment times will remain the same for next week. Please contact the school office if you need to change appointment
Due to adverse weather forecast later this week we are concerned that some pupils may find it difficult to get into school to sit prelims. We have arranged a catch up prelim time on 24th January 2018 from 9.00am-12.00pm. If
Residents and road users are being reminded that Kerse Road will be impacted by Network Rail works from Monday, January 8 A one way system will be in operation for eastbound traffic exiting the Craigs Roundabout and traffic travelling in
Please note that our S4-6 Prelim examinations will now take place 2 days later with the first day of exams on Wednesday 10th January 2018 and the last day of exams now Tuesday 23rd January 2018.
Anti-Bullying Week – Parental Event on Cyberbullying Tuesday 14th November 6 – 7.30pm Stirling High are hosting a cyberbullying event at the school on Tuesday 14th November from 6pm until 7.30pm. THe after-dinner speaking will be by Rikki Sneddon, Stirling
GET CREATIVE! The Stirling High School Parent Council have decided to refresh its approach and engagement. We are inviting pupils to create a new name and logo which best reflects its objectives: Work in partnership with the school to create