School will close on Tuesday 28 June at 1pm for the Summer Holidays and re-open Monday 15 August for staff and Wednesday 17 August at 8.50am for pupils.

We would like to wish all our families and staff a relaxing summer break.

Looking for something to do with the children?

Check out West Dunbartonshire's Summer event for our young people!

  • Free Football

  • Free Summer Activities

On Tuesday 12 July AR26-Charity will be running a free summer football camp from 10am-12pm. Free lunch is also included.

The camp will involve:

  • races

  • football quiz

  • technical work

  • most importantly fun games

We have a friendly and very professional coaching team with plenty of football knowledge.

We can't wait to come to West Dunbartonshire this summer!

West Dunbartonshire Summer Sessions are back!

West Dunbartonshire will be offering a range of free activites for the young people of West Dunbartonshire aged 10-17 throughout the school holidays.

If you see our banners outside some schools in the area please scan the QR code to get more information on our summer sessions.

Be quick as we have limited spaces available.

Contact Detail

Clydebank High School

Janetta Street


G81 3EJ

Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

Twitter: @clydebankhigh

Some of our S1 pupils received their 9 week Mindfulness course certificates with 20 pupils completing the dot b course. This course helps train their attention to be more aware of what is actually happening, rather than worrying about what has happened or what might happen.

Gerry Diamond is a member of the extended Pupil Support Team at Clydebank High School and is involved in the Multi Agency Support Hub and is one of our Teachers of Nurture.

Read more here.

Our BGE Awards Ceremony took place on Wednesday 8 June.

Our Awards Ceremony celebrates Excellence, Merits, Commitment and Attendance of our pupils across all departments. It also recognises exceptional achievement in wider achivements inside and outside of school.

We are so proud of all of our young people, their work in and out of the classroom and all their achievements.

Congratulations to all winners.

S1 Awards Video

S2 Awards Video

S3 Awards Video

Lifelink trained staff will continue to provide support to young people during the Summer break through their holiday helpline.

The helpline will be available Monday to Friday between 10am and 3pm from the 27th June to the 16th August and you can get intouch with them by calling 0808 196 3830.

Lifelink supported adults and young people to make positive changes in their lives, realise their own abilities to cope with stress and develop ways of overcoming mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression.

Clydebank High School senior pupils put on their party outfits for a special end of term school celebration.

The young people, who were celebrating the end of their six years at Clydebank High School, enjoyed an evening of delicious food, entertainment and dancing at the spectacular Mar Hall on Thursday 9 June.

Over 60 pupils and 40 teaching staff celebrated the evening, with awards handed out for prom King and Queen, Lewis McNeil and Karina Morton. Click here to view full award list. Ms Lynam commented, “The evening was a great success and it has been fantastic for the school community to get back to some kind of normality after two very difficult years.”

Clydebank High School is proud to be in partnership with Magic Breakfast for another year running. Magic Breakfast provides all pupils with a FREE nutritious breakfast food to ensure children start their school day in the best possible way. Breakfast gives our young people the energy needed for the busy school morning, enabling them to focus on their lessons.

Breakfast is available Monday - Friday from 8.15am onwards.

Your education doesn't stop within the classroom. At Clydebank High School we believe that participation is key to success, and encourage all of our young people to enjoy the benefits of taking part in Extra-Curricular Activity.

Click here for full list of Extra Curricular Clubs and Activities.

PE Extra Curricular Club Timetable

Lego Programming Club

Games Club

On Friday 22 April we bid farewell to our wonderful S6 pupils. Although they will be back in Clydebank High for their SQA exams during May they have reached the end of their school career. Pupil’s enjoyed a cooked breakfast before having an opportunity to say goodbye to each other and to their teachers.

They have been a truly amazing year group and we are incredibly proud of all S6 pupils. Good luck to all our current S6 pupils and we wish you all every success in whatever your future holds. Check out the gallery here.

On Wednesday 4th May Clydebank High School hosted their very own Mental Health Festival.

Many of our young people have either experienced a mental health problem themselves, or are close to someone who has.

Good mental health is very important in helping children and young people to expand their cognitive development, and to ensure positive physical and social health outcomes.

All S3 pupils were taken off timetable and carried out a variety of health and wellbeing sessions throughout the entire day.