e-Sgoil is now accepting student registrations for its programme of real time interactive Study Support Webinars that will begin on the 6th of September 2021. Please register here!

The timetable for the subjects on offer is listed below, offered at different levels from National 4 to Advanced Higher. The Study Support Webinar programme is designed to focus on key aspects of each subject as well as to offer hints and tips on how to be successful in assessments.

Pupils will need a Glow username and password. Please see Mr Hand.

Dressing for Excellence

All Clydebank High School pupils are expected to wear school uniform, every school day.

Following the School Board’s consultation with parents on school uniform, the following list can act as a practical guide to the School’s expectations.

  • Black Blazer/Jacket

  • White shirt/blouse

  • Senior Blue School Tie S4-S6

  • Junior Striped School Tie S1-S3

  • Plain black top

  • Black trousers/skirt

  • Black footwear

The senior study cafe will begin on Wednesday 20 October from 3pm - 4pm.

All S4 - S6 pupils are invited to attend the study sessions which will run every Wednesday and Thursday.

The sessions will provides an opportunity for pupils to study for exams, complete homework or receive extra tuition under the guidance of subject specialist teaching staff. By attending the cafe, pupils can have difficult concepts explained, further their knowledge and ultimately increase their attainment in both class tests and SQA exams.

Contact Detail

Clydebank High School

Janetta Street


G81 3EJ

Tel:0141 5333000

Email: School Office

Twitter: @clydebankhigh

The Pupil Leadership Team empowers pupils within our school and wider community to become ambassadors for the school. The Pupil Leadership Team plays an extremely important role in the school by representing the student voice with their views on changes and improvements to school life.

Click here for more information.

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.

PE Extra Curricular Club Timetable

Lego Programming Club

Check back soon for more activities!

Togetherall is a safe, online community where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and wellbeing.

Millions of people in the UK have access via their participating employer, university, college, NHS provider or local council. All armed forces personnel, veterans and their families (16+) also have free access.

Togetherall can be accessed here as well as via the following social media platforms:

Twitter: @togetherallUK

Instagram: @togetherall

Facebook: @togetherall

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.

Gerry focuses his group work around what is triggering the young people and giving them knowledge of the various brain and body states that can impact on their behaviour through teaching self-regulation and managing stressed behaviour.

Read more here.

Congratulations to our YPI winners Megan, Julie and Ruby! The girls secured £3000 for the Golden Friendship Clydebank. All groups delivered excellent presentations which were slick, passionate, and informative.

Thank you to all the pupils who took part and to our panel: Abbie Goodwin (S6 pupil), Ms Chambers (Librarian) and Ms Docherty (school office).

Visit YPI

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.

The NPA Legal Studies course at Clydebank High is now underway for its second year (in partnership with the School of Law at the University of Glasgow).

Currently ranked as a world top forty law school and fifth in the United Kingdom, this is yet again another exciting opportunity for S6 pupils at CHS to engage with and learn from academics who are at the top of their respective fields. On Monday 20 September, pupils from the class of 2020/21 met with Prof. Jane Mair (Head of School) and Felicity Belton (Lecturer) [virtually on Zoom] who shared stories of their careers in law as well as their unique research interests – family and criminal law.

After the meeting, Hayley Paku (S6) said “it was insightful, interesting and informative and helped to provide some valuable perspective” and Mr Hamilton described the year ahead “as not only another opportunity for pupils who are interested in studying law at university, but also for those who wish to benefit from the skills that are so important when studying law”.

The exam diet starts on Tuesday 26 April and finishes on Wednesday 1 June 2022.

The 2022 exam diet will only take place if it is safe to do so and SQA will monitor public health advice.

Exam timetable 2022

Remember: schools and colleges can change the start times of exams by up to 30 minutes.

Results day is Tuesday 9 August 2022.

Find out more information here.