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.

Virtual Tours

New Galleries

  • Prize Giving 2014
  • S6 2013-2014
  • Fashion Show - S2 - December 2012
  • S6 Higher & Intermediate 2 Art Portraits 2012

Main Calendar

Term Dates Calendar

Staff Calendar

Latest News

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    200 Club

    26/11/20140 Comments

    The November draw of our 200 Club has taken place and the winning tickets for October are:




    Congratulations to the lucky winners who each win a cheque for £50. Winners will be notified by phone and in writing.

  • The National Parent Forum of Scotland are pleased to launch the latest in our Nutshell series ‘ Learning Pathways in the Senior Phase and Beyond’. This has been developed to help parents understand the options available to pupils once they reach S4. Please click here to view the document.

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    Thomas Muir Festival

    17/11/20140 Comments

    Please click here to view the 'Thomas Muir Festival' website for information on all events which are taking place across East Dunbartonshire from the 13th-24th November.

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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.

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    S4 Prelim Timetable

    7/11/20140 Comments

    Please click here to view the S4 Prelim Timetable.

  • Please click here to view a report that The National Parent Forum of Scotland has produced on parents' needs and views in relation to assessment in Curriculum for Excellence.  The Report, "Sharing Learning, Sharing Assessment" follows the first national consultative group hosted by the NPFS.

    To view a letter from the Chair of the National Forum of Scotland regarding 'Assessment and Reporting Approaches in the BGE', please click here.