We would like to congratulate and wish former student JOSH PETERS all the best going in to full time football with Hibernian FC.
Josh was a great example at school of someone who as well as having a talent at Football, studied hard and conducted himself in a great manner.
He is also an example of a footballer who got released at a young age (14 years old) from a full time Football club but with a desire to improve and a positive bounce back ability has found himself back in full time football at 19. He never moaned or looked back about what never happened, he always looked forward and how he could improve.
Well done and Best wishes from all at KHS
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The Kingussie Under 16s football team recorded an excellent result against Golspie High last week winning 5-1. In poor conditions Kingussie took the lead through Freddie Mcfadyen (S4) who slotted a goal home nicely. Golspie equalised against the run of play before Iain Robinson (S5) scored with minutes remaining in the half to take a 2-1 lead into half time.
In the second half Kingussie took full control of the game and soon extended the lead through 2 more goals from hat trick hero Iain Robinson. Alexander Michie (S3) scored from close range to complete the scoring in this excellent victory. Man of the match was Jordan Beaton for his solid performance in the middle of the park. Special thanks to Craig Macleod (S6) and Craig Ritchie (S6) for refereeing the match.
Kingussie High Schools Sports Dinner will be held on 23rd April 2015 at the MacDonald Resort Aviemore. Over 200 tickets have been sold and anyone interested in coming to join the fun should contact Scott Douglas (Acting Head of Health and Wellbeing) at the school. Guest Speaker for the night is Craig Brown former Scotland and Aberdeen Manager who also trained PE Teacher
Absolutely amazing day last Friday at the Scottish Ski Schools Association Cairngorm qualifier.
2nd prize was awarded to Kamara Tait-Davis in the the girls novice group and Tallia Tait-Davis, Tyrawa-Tait-Davis and Lottie Convery will be joining her next week at Nevis range after winning 1st girls novice team!
All raced incredibly well against some very stiff competition and thanks to some glorious weather a cracking day was had by all!
Great to see so many KHS pupils along at Twilight Basketball on Friday night at the Badenoch Centre. What a great Effort from everyone!
Our Activity Tourism Students have been finding out about the Scottish Avalanche Information Service (SAIS) – who then loaned KHS some excellent tools – shovels, saws & probes, so we could build some excellent snow shelters.
Well done all those you participated in the Schools X Country championships this afternoon! Next step is the North of Scotland x country championships for those who qualify. Well done all!
‘Wiff Waff’ Table Tennis Club in action this lunchtime. The club meets every Monday lunchtime and new members are always welcome!