School will close Wednesday 26 June at 1pm for the summer break.  We would like to wish all our staff and families a relaxing and enjoyable summer.

School will re-open Thursday 15 August at 8.50am.  


It is widely recognised that holiday periods add to the stress of poverty for some families and results in less access to food and social activity for them than their peers. SHINE (School Holidays Involve Nurture & Engage) works with local organisations and groups to increase provision of free social activities for school children over holiday periods including breakfast and lunch clubs.

More details here.

WDC Libraries

There's lots going on down at your local library during the Summer Holidays to keep your children occupied with our programme of craft activities and events.  Full list here.

Our annual summer concert captivated a full house on Thursday 20 June with an evening of outstanding performances.  The concert featured a variety of musical acts showcasing our young people's talents.

The summer concert not only showcased musical excellence but also brought together students, teachers, parents, and community members in a celebration of the arts.

A huge thank you to Mr Kerr, Ms Ramsay, Ms Innes-Myers and the music instructors for putting on a fantastic concert!

For those who missed the event, highlights can be viewed here.

Pupils from Business and Computing Science have recently returned from an exhilarating trip to New York City, and the experience was nothing short of extraordinary. The trip, which took place from June 17 to June 22, provided our young people with a unique blend of education, culture, and adventure, leaving them with memories that will last a lifetime.

One of the highlights of the trip was visiting New York’s iconic landmarks. Our senior pupils were awestruck by the majesty of the Statue of Liberty and the panoramic views from the Empire State Building. Times Square’s bustling atmosphere offered a true taste of the city’s vibrant energy.

The memories created, the knowledge gained, and the friendships strengthened during this adventure will resonate for years to come.

Check out the Gallery here!

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Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

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In a delightful blend of thrill and sweetness, pupils from Clydebank High School embarked on a two-day adventure to Alton Towers and Cadbury World, creating memories that will be cherished for years to come.

Highlights of the first day included rides on some of the park’s most famous roller coasters. The Smiler, known for its record-breaking number of inversions, and Nemesis, with its intense loops and twists, were particularly popular among our young thrill-seekers.

After a night of rest and reliving the day’s thrills, the students set off for Cadbury World.

The trip to Alton Towers was deemed a great success, leaving our young pupils eagerly looking forward to future school trips with Business and Computing Science department.

Check out the Gallery here!

Ms Neilson's favourite day of the year…the annual Millport bike trip!

The sun shone as 28 enthusiastic cyclists landed on the shores of the Isle of Cumbrae and cycled 10 miles around the island.

The trip to Millport has set a high standard for future school excursions, highlighting the importance of experiential learning and the value of exploring the natural world.

Well done team Clydebank you were awesome… see you next year for more adventures!

Ms Neilson, Mr Mackenzie, Mrs McNiven.

Check out some of the pictures here!

Teachers and pupils gathered to honor the outstanding achievements of our junior pupils at Clydebank High.  Our annual junior awards ceremony took place on Wednesday 12 June 2024.  Each year group attended their own time slot for their awards ceremony.

Awards were presented to pupils who achieved Excellence and Commitment from subjects and Wider Achievement outside the classroom environment.

Awards were also issued to pupils with highest merits and attendance.

Awards videos

S1 Awards

S2 Awards

S3 Awards

Full list of award winners.

On the 18th and 19th June our talented pupils, ranging from S1-S6, took to the stage to perform the uplifting musical Sister Act, joined by P6 and P7 pupils from Gavinburn Primary School as our choir.  Sister Act is a heart-warming tale of a singer, called Deloris Van Cartier, who has to go into hiding in a convent and discovers the true meaning of friendship along the way.  

Deloris was played by the wonderful Kirsten Oliver, who lit up the stage and really was ‘Fabulous Baby’, is hiding from gangster and all round bad guy Curtis Jackson, played by the very talented Connor Austin, along with his thugs Maya, Lucie, Elmas and Logan.  

Ace Scott played Eddie, a cop who has been in love with Deloris since high school and needs to keep her safe, and performed the beautiful solo ‘I Could Be That Guy’, while Carys Pidgeon and Lindsey Lopez were fabulous and hilarious as Mother Superior and Monsignor O’Hara, on a mission to keep their church afloat.  

Read full article here.

West College Scotland is proud to establish an effective partnership approach between the College and Working 4 U.  Both organisations have worked together to offer a range of FREE course to residents of the West Dunbartonshire Council area. 

All courses are approx. two and a half hours per week for 13 – 16 weeks and are delivered in partnership with West College Scotland. Learners are then supported to progress onto further community learning or more formal learning.

Click here to view a full list of courses.

For more information and how to apply:

Message Working4U page


Call: 01389 738775 

Sports Day finals took place on Wednesday 29 May.  All pupils who were successful in qualification took part in different events

The atmosphere was electric at as pupils, teachers, and parents gathered for the highly anticipated Sports Day Final. Pupils took part in a variety of events such as, running, shot put, long jump and high jump.

Sports Day Final was more than just a series of events; it was a celebration of effort and the joy of sport. Congratulations to all the participants and winners for making this day truly memorable! Watch this space for our winning results!

Check out the full gallery here.

On Friday 7 June, the annual School Prom took place at The Village Hotel, turning an ordinary evening into a magical night to remember. The night was brought to life with dazzling decorations, stunning outfits, and an atmosphere filled with excitement and anticipation.

Our young people arrived in style, dressed in their finest attire. The young ladies dazzled in their glamorous gowns, while the gentlemen looked sharp in their tailored suits. The effort put into every outfit was evident.

School Prom 2024 was more than just a dance; it was a celebration of friendships, achievements, and the bright futures that lie ahead for all our young people. 

On the 7th and 8th of June the Gaelic Football club headed to Manchester to compete in the Northern Gaelic Community Games against school teams from around the nation. In a group against experienced teams from Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, and Cardiff – the boys held their own and showed trued grit and determination throughout. 

They narrowly lost out in the Plate final but maintained their camaraderie and team ethos. The boys also enjoyed a trip to the National Football Museum in Manchester city centre – with Caleb taking the top spot amongst all the visitors in the penalty shoot-out on the day! It was certainly a trip to remember for this new club and they want to thank all the teachers, parents, and the parent council for their support during the year. 

Clydebank High School has been awarded the highest grade possible in three of the four areas inspected. 

Education Scotland visited the school in December and during their inspection rated the leadership of change; learning, teaching and assessment; and ensuring wellbeing, equality and inclusion all very good. In addition, raising attainment and achievement was rated as good.

Ms Lynam was praised for demonstrating strong, strategic and thoughtful leadership. Inspectors also noted support for the Headteacher by senior and middle leaders, and for very successfully creating an empowering culture of staff leading change across the school. Read more here.

Visit Education Scoltand for full inspection report.

Congratulations to Logan, Matthew, Struan and Thomas who were crowned the 2024 YPI winners, receiving £3000 towards their chosen charity which was ‘Dunbartonshire Disability Sports Club".  The DDSC provides recreational opportunities through sport for those children and young people, primarily but not exclusively, with disabilities in the Dunbartonshire and surrounding areas with the aim of improving their physical and mental wellbeing

All seven finalists put together fantastic presentations which highlighted all the different charities great work. 

Visit YPI Scotland

On Friday 19 April we said goodbye to our S6 pupils, class of 2024!  All staff would like to express their heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for the future.  Their journey through high school has been filled with growth, challenges, and countless memories which they will carry with them into the future.

As each pupil prepares to embark on new adventures, whether it's pursuing higher education, entering the workforce, or exploring other opportunities, remember to hold on to the lessons you've learned and the friendships you've forged. 

Good luck and farewell!

Checkout the gallery here!

We welcomed our feeder primary 7 pupils on Thursday 30 and Friday 31 May 2024.

The visit aimed to familiarise our young people with their future learning environment and ease any anxieties about moving from primary to secondary education.  Pupils visited many subjects such as, maths, english, art, technical and computing science.

We look forward to welcoming all pupils after the summer break!

Visit our gallary here.

We are pleased to announce that Clydebank High School has been awarded the UNICEF Bronze: Rights Committed Award.

A Rights Respecting School is a community where children’s rights are learned, taught, practiced, respected, protected and promoted. 

At Clydebank High School we aim to have the children’s rights at the heart of our ethos and culture, to improve well-being and to develop every child’s talents and abilities to reach their full potential. We have successfully achieved the Bronze Award: Rights Committed, we are now working towards achieving Silver: Rights Aware.

If you wish to find out more information about the award, visit the website here.

In Clydebank High School we aim to ensure that, through working with partners, we achieve the best possible outcomes for our pupils.

Through engaging in a planned, programmed and cohesive approach to delivering Health and Well-being we ensure all learners develop the knowledge and understanding, skills, capabilities and attributes that support their mental, social, emotional and physical well-being now and in the future.

We have put together a support document to help our young people with your Mental Health and Well-being when in school.

Are you looking for information to support yourself or someone in your family?  

WD for Families Hubs can offer face to face support for families by skilled staff. 

WD for Families vision is one which is clearly accessible and readily available to all and any family who needs it. They aim to ensure families are able to access the help they need, where and when they need it for as long as it is needed. 

Download leaflet here

Visit website here.

CHS Cycle to Success is an excellent lesson through the eyes of the learner!

Last session our pupils created the 'Cycle to Sucess' to demonstrate the perfect lesson through the eyes of the actual pupil.

Every lesson should be broken into 4 stages; Respectful Routine, Forward Phase, Work Phase, Reflection Phase.

View our 'Cycle to Success' here.

Pupils introduction video.