Welcome to Lochaber High School
The website contains a range of information about the school, and I hope this provides you with a worthwhile introduction to our ambitions for our young people and our community. At Lochaber High School it is important we value and respect each of our young people and that we recognise and further develop the knowledge, skills and qualities they bring from our respective primary schools.
As a learning community we wish to promote a culture of high ambition, and high achievement and attainment as well as mutual respect for all. I believe strongly in meeting the needs of all our young people, providing the highest standard of education, and actively encouraging success now and into the future. As you will see from our social media links we want our young people to have fun and enjoy their learning within and beyond the classroom and as such we encourage participation in a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities. As you see below our young people gain success and recognition in their participation in local and national competitions.
Do not hesitate to contact the school if you need more information.
Mr Steele (Head Teacher)
COMPETITIONS AND AWARDS
English and Drama
Rotary Young Writer’s Competition, Regional Winner
Neil Gunn Writing Competition, Winner
Creative Writing - “Meeting Places” anthology published by the Saltire Society
Growing Future Assets Competition, Winner
Health & Well-being
Rotary Young Chef Competition, Finalists
Springboard Future Chef competition, Finalists
Rotary Young Chef Competition, Runner up in the Scotland and North of England Area Finals
Springboard Future Chef, U.K Finalists
Leanachan Challenge Cross Country, Winners
UKMT Mathematical Challenges. These come with gold, silver and bronze awards.
• junior challenge sponsored by Lochaber Housing
• intermediate challenge sponsored by DYW
• senior challenge
Enterprising Maths Competition, Regional and National Finalists
Maths Wae Nae Borders Challenge
Mathematiques Sans Frontieres, Winner
Scottish Concert Band Festival, Regional and National Finalists
Space School, Finalists
Royal Observatory, Finalists
Quantum Technology School, Finalist
Engineering the Future for Girls, Finalists
TechFest Engineering Fundamentals Course, Finalists
NEXT Stem Essay Competition, Finalists
Diversity Launch 2022.mp4 from lhs pride on Vimeo.
Lochaber High School is celebrating “Diversity Month” from Monday 6th June to 30th June (end of term).
We are committed to creating an inclusive school environment where every young person can be themselves and thrive. It is a chance to explain to all of our students the importance of diversity in the world for which we are preparing them. We would like to recognise and celebrate all of the differences that make our LHS community and learn from each other in the process.
Whilst we understand that a month alone cannot tackle all of the world's issues, we hope that our Diversity Month is a great opportunity to start having meaningful and worthwhile conversations where we learn to celebrate our differences.
This diversity month will focus on: celebrating the vast array of languages which represent the different cultures of our Lochaber High School community; celebrating the neurodiversity of our school and learn about autism, ADHD and dyslexia and finish by celebrating LGBTQ+ pride week.
We appeal to our pupils, parents and members of the community to fully support this important opportunity to make LHS as an inclusive environment as possible for all young people. Please encourage your child to check out the displays; participate in Tutor Support and have the conversations which will lead to mutual understanding and respect.
Please watch the video for more information.
If you have any ideas or contributions for future years then please get in touch with the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adverse Weather Arrangements
If you are concerned about the possibility of the school being closed because of bad weather (or for any other reason) please telephone the Telephone Messaging Service.
0800 564 2272
and enter the PIN: 04 1150
You can also visit The Highland Council School Closure Web Site:
Please use the contact form below for general enquiries.