Welcome to St. Ninian’s High School website. Here we hope to give you an insight into the school, its aims and achievements. As a Catholic comprehensive school we are a community of love and hope and we recognise the wide ranging talent, interests and abilities of all our pupils. Our ultimate aim is to develop the full potential of all our young people.

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  • S6 2013-2014
  • Fashion Show - S2 - December 2012
  • S6 Higher & Intermediate 2 Art Portraits 2012
  • C'Est L'Halloween - European Languages Day 2012

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Latest News

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    Weekly Pupil Bulletin

    8/12/20090 Comments

    The Weekly Pupil Bulletin for school news and events is shown here during term time.

  • Please click here to view details of the change to school meal prices with effect from 1st April 2014.

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    21/3/20140 Comments

    Please click here to view our new March newsletter. 

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    PTA Racenight

    14/3/20140 Comments

    Please click here for information on our PTA Racenight taking place on Friday 2nd May 2014.  All money raised will go towards school funds.  Tickets are available from the school.

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    Easter Revision Programme

    10/3/20140 Comments

    Please click here to view a letter regarding the Easter School Revision Programme.

    Please click here to view the Easter School Revision Programme.

  • St Ninian’s High School has always taken its role in the local community seriously and has been proud of the position it holds in it. Now its sense of community pride is all the more visible following the installation of new litter bins in the area surrounding the school.

    The new bins, emblazoned with the school badge, have been placed along the route most pupils walk when returning from the town centre at lunchtime. Head teacher, Mr McLaughlin, is delighted with the bins and hopes that they show how seriously the school takes its responsibility for maintaining the local area and the wider environment.

    The school’s Eco Committee has worked hard over the last few months to secure the bins and to highlight the issue of litter-dropping with the student body. The committee believe that the bins should act as a reminder to pupils that even when they are outwith the school gates they should remember the lessons learned and show their respect for the environment.