Musical Instrument Amnesty Do you have a musical instrument you no longer play? Get involved in the Musical Instrument Amnesty by donating instruments to Stirling High School between 12th-29th March. They will be redistributed via music tutors to Stirling Council
Photos Order forms for S6 individual photos have been sent home via school bag mail. Order forms need to be returned to the school office, complete with full payment, by next Wednesday 14th March. S5/6 Prefect photo order forms are also
Dear Parents and Carers Our Spring Concert, planned for Monday 12th March, has been postponed as we do not want our young people to worry about missing any additional class or study time additional to the recent school closure days.
Our school will open on Monday 5 March as usual. There will be a limited canteen service of soup, sandwiches and one hot meal option. The main roads in the vicinity of the school and the road leading to the
Berlin trip 2018 From 12-14th February a group of 19 senior pupils from Stirling High School flew to Berlin on a field trip run by the History and Modern Languages departments to further extend our Higher pupils’ knowledge of Germany.
U13 Football Win Well done to the U13 team who beat St Mungo’s in their league playoff match away vs St Mungo’s on Thursday night. Drew Skinner opened the scoring for SHS, followed by 2 goals from Callum Scott and 1 from
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.
SHS Ceilidh Band Pupils in the SHS Ceilidh band performed a half-hour ceilidh set at the Allan’s Primary ‘Braw Burns Night’ on Thursday 25th January. The pupils played a variety of Scottish dances including the Gay Gordons, Dashing White Sargeant and Strip The
British Shooting Schools Pistol Finals Another sporting success story coming out of Stirling High School was that of Seona Scott, who in S1 competed in the British Shooting Schools Pistol Finals. Representing the school down in Buckinghamshire Seona performed amazingly
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