About Crieff High School
Crieff High School
Crieff High School is one of the eleven secondary schools administered by Perth & Kinross Council. It is a six year comprehensive school offering a full range of courses leading to national certification from the Scottish Qualification Authority.
The school has a wide range of very active teams, clubs and other extra curricular activities which are organised by staff on a voluntary basis. The ethos of the school aims to be that of a caring and friendly community and relationships between staff and pupils are warm and positive. The wearing of school uniform is supported by parents, the local community and the vast majority of pupils.
The school is situated on the south-eastern edge of Crieff with pleasant outlooks across the town to the mountains of the north and west and across the rich farmland of the Strathearn Valley to the south and east.
The school roll is presently 686 and this is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years.
Pupils transfer each year from the associated primary schools of Crieff, Muthill, Braco, Madderty, Greenloaning and Comrie. We also welcome a consistent intake of pupils from St Dominic’s RC Primary School. All Primary 7 pupils from our associated primaries visit the High School for two ‘induction’ days in June and they also receive visits to their own school from Senior Management and Guidance staff of Crieff High School. A P7 Parent Open Evening is arranged in the High School during June and further details of this event will be sent in due course. Parents of other children who are likely to enrol in the school may arrange an appointment to meet a member of the senior staff at any time during the school session.