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At St Columba’s School our ambition is to prepare young people who are fine ambassadors for their School, community and country

The first thing you notice at St Columba’s School is the warm welcome. This is in part the result of our size. With a roll of around 730 across both the Junior and Senior Schools, teachers know each pupil by name. Indeed, recognition of the individual is an important feature of the School vision; a great deal of effort is made to create an environment that allows us to identify and nurture the unique talents and skills of each student, and encourage each one of them to realise their full potential.

Our success is evident not only in the excellent academic results achieved, regularly placing St Columba’s as one of the highest performing schools nationally, but in the impressive young people that you will meet in our classrooms, at an international debate, or on a rugby field – they are polite, articulate and quietly self-assured.


17 Dec 2014

Pipers Take their Place at Prestigious Concert

Two members of the School Pipe Band, Drum Sergeant Robbie Espie (SIII) and Pipe Corporal...

03 Dec 2014

Jazz Band Play for Canadian Curling Club

Congratulations to the Jazz Band on a very successful first performance. The group performed at the...

03 Dec 2014

Pupils' Poems Published on Scottish Poetry Blog

SIII pupils took part in a Scottish Poetry Library critical reading session discussing the poetry of Carol...

02 Dec 2014

Kirsty's Recipe for Success

Kirsty Loudon (SI) won the local heat of the Young Chef competition organised by the Rotary...

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