Stirling High School
About the school
The High School of Stirling, which is one of Scotland's oldest schools, has been situated at its present Torbrex Farm Road location since February 2008.
Despite being justly proud of its thousand-year-old traditions, history and rich heritage, the school is firmly focused on the present and future. Pupils are just as likely to be found using the school's digital video cameras and scanners to digitise graphic material, as exploring the past. The school boasts modern science laboratories, sports and engineering workshops and a whole school network of 200 PCs all linked to the Internet via a 2 megabit leased line.
Each school has its own geographic area called a catchment area. Normally, your child will attend your local catchment school. If you wish your child to attend a school other than the catchment school you are required to make a placing request.