Blairgowrie High School

Tel. 01250 871200

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Welcome to Blairgowrie High School

The website contains an ever changing, wide range of information which we hope you find useful and interesting.

Working together with parents, carers, employers and other agencies in the community we aim to provide a positive learning environment that will enable our young people to achieve success.

Blairgowrie High School covers the Eastern Perthshire area. To the West we extend almost to Dunkeld; to the North our area stretches up to Glenshee past the Spittal, to the border with Aberdeenshire Council; to the East our area extends to the Angus border and finally to the South-East, Tullybaccart – the highest point on the road between Coupar Angus and Dundee – is our boundary with Dundee Council.

Our associated Primary schools are Alyth Primary School, Burrelton Primary School, Coupar Angus Primary School, Glendelvine Primary School, Newhill Primary School, Kettins Primary School, Kirkmichael Primary School, Meigle Primary School, Rattray Primary School and St Stephen’s RC Primary School.

The Senior Leadership Team are

Headteacher:     Bev Leslie
Depute Headteachers:  Sean O'Hara (Tay House)
  Lesley Hill (Glenisla House)
  Eleanor Rutherford (Stormont House)
Business Manager:     Diane Porter

 

Vision and Values

ASPIRE ~ EMPOWER ~ ACHIEVE

The Blairgowrie High School vision statement sets out our broad aspirational image of the future we seek to create. Our vision statement was refreshed by pupils in 2021. Underpinning our vision statement are our school values.

ASPIRE

EMPOWER

ACHIEVE

Ambition, Service, Perseverance, Integrity, Respect, Excellence

Access to Community,  Happiness, Inclusivity, Equity, Values, Education

 

Contact Us

Blairgowrie High School
Beeches Rd
Blairgowrie
PH10 6PW
 
Email: Blairgowrie@pkc.gov.uk
Main Number: 01250 871200
Absence line: 01250 871299