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Clydebank High School
Shelley Drive, G81 3EJ, UK Clydebank
+44 (0)141-952 0001


The School Board opened the first purpose-built school in Clydebank in August 1876. This building on Kilbowie Road had room for 446 pupils. But within a dozen years this school too had become overcrowded and had to be replaced. A new school with places for 1500 pupils was built on the site on Kilbowie Road.

From 1972 the High School became one of four comprehensive schools in Clydebank. With the ending of the qualification examination, all pupils, no matter what their ability, were to attend the denominational or non-denominational secondary school established in their areas of the town. By 1974 the High School roll had risen to 1500 pupils, with a staff of over 100.


Eco-school is designed to encourage whole school action for the environment, involving pupils, teachers, other staff, parents and the community. The school has achieved the bronze level award and is working towards the silver award. There are several aspects that the eco-school group has been looking into and these include:

  • Litter
  • Waste
  • Energy
  • Transport
  • Health
  • School Grounds


  • Learning and Teaching should take place in an as well appointed and appropriately resourced environment as possible.
  • Human and other resources will be allocated in a fair and transparent fashion which maximises learning opportunities with all resources being managed efficiently and effectively.
  • Pupils will be grouped appropriately and flexibly based on factors such as age and stage, experience prior attainment, interest and purpose.
  • Appropriate and effective programmes of Learning and Teaching will be planned, delivered and regularly reviewed.


  • Young Enterprise
  • Media group
  • String Group
  • Eco Schools
  • Sewing Club
  • Sainsbury Food Competition
  • Homework Club
  • Wind Bank
  • Badminton
  • Senior Choir
  • Art Club

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