You can find everything you need to know about Senior Phase Options here. DEADLINE – Friday 9th March 2018.
A victory at the Great Glen shinty 6s tournament continues to elude the High School. The younger (and slightly more handsome!) of our two teams, lead by captain, Bradley Harvie, started slowly with a 1-0 loss to Glen Urquhart B, but recovered well to beat Lochaber thanks to an Ali. Douglas goal. A comfortable 4-0 […]
Eight boys, captained by Pavel Nagle, took part in a shinty development festival on Wednesday and turned in a series of promising performances. The opening game against Inverness High showed that accuracy would be a key factor as the goals were so small. Once we got our shooting on target, goals by Brodie MacBean and […]
It is time to sign up for the KHS Sports Day Heats – use this Google Form to sign up to represent your house. Sign up Form Here You can also access Mr MacKay’s presentation from assembly this morning here.
Stunning sunshine welcomed two Kingussie High School shinty teams to An Aird, the home of Fort William Shinty Club, for the S1/2 MacBean Cup competition on Wednesday 3 rd May. The first year development team, coached by former pupil Calum Grant, opened with a narrow 1-0 loss to Portree and followed this with a […]
Our Senior Option Choices are now available on our Senior Options Page. Option Forms must be returned to your Guidance Teacher by Friday 10th March 2017. Need more information? – Contact your Guidance Teacher at the school. Qualifications Guide for Parents – Nationals in a Nutshell Scottish Qualifications Authority – Website Download 2017 / 2018 […]
Four of our sixth year boys have made it into the semi final of the Student Investor Challenge (with the help of a few expert tips from Mr Kendall). The boys are one of the 500 teams with the best performing investment portfolios that have progressed to the semi final after competing against 6,500 teams […]
On Friday a new shinty competition for gaidhlig speaking pupils took place in Newtonmore on the Eilean. There were many teams involved such as Glasgow Gaels, Edinburgh Park and Inverness with two sides entered. 4 pupils of Kingussie High School were involved in the Newtonmore side – Kepa Salazar Roy, Marcus Orr, Ritchie Irvine and […]
“Listen, hit’s semple:/ in Orkney I’m English;/ in England I’m Scottish;/ in Scotland, Orcadian.” And at Kingussie High School, he’s quite a sensation. Probably the first performance poet to visit the school, Harry Giles was with us for most of Thursday 9th September running two workshops and giving an Assembly. Described as “one of contemporary […]
Last Thursday as part of our Flexible Afternoon Programme S1 were involved in a ‘Dragon’s Den’ Activity linked to the Virgin Money ‘Make £5 Grow’. As part of the project Virgin Money have provided a loan of £5 per pupil to help them learn about enterprise by starting a small business and making their […]