Lomond School

Primary & Secondary

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Lomond School
10 Stafford Street
Helensburgh
Dunbartonshire
G84 9JX
+44 (0)1436 672476

This is an independent school and its exam data is not collected by the Scottish government.
View performance information by visiting the Scottish Council of Independent Schools.

Pupils
317
Ages
3 - 18
Gender
Mixed
Type
Independent
Day, Weekly and Full boarding
Boarding Type
Available
Scholarship Status
£2,125
to
£3,990
Day Fees Per Term

School Description

Lomond School provides a unique provision in the West of Scotland being an all-through (3-18 years), medium sized, co-educational day and boarding school. A rich and varied curriculum is offered with Scottish qualifications. The school has a strong academic record. Outstanding facilities include a modern senior school building, boarding house and state of the art sports hall. Visitors are welcome.

Lomond School Reviews

Average Rating:

BY PARENTS, FOR PARENTS

“Great school with fantastic ethos”
AUTHOR:
A fantastic family school with a welcoming environment and an ethos which encourages development both in the class and in extra-curricular. My son really benefits from the encouragement and support he receives from his teachers and loves being involved in the many outdoor initiatives like Forest School and Beach School.
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School Noticeboard

News & events from Lomond School

Last update: 27 April 2019

SQA EXAM RESULTS 2015

We would like to congratulate all our pupils and teachers for an outstanding set of SQA examination results this year. As a school which is not academically selective, we are extremely pleased to report that almost half of all Higher and Advanced Higher presentations were graded ‘A’, and one-fifth of our S5 pupils achieved 5 ‘A’ passes at Higher Grade.

Lomond presents pupils for National Qualifications in S4 in up to eight subjects, allowing them to study subjects which are not only relevant to their future careers, but also those in which they have a personal interest or which would benefit them on a broader level.

Our National 5 results are equally pleasing with almost a quarter of pupils achieving straight ‘A’ grades. Furthermore, 80% of our S4 pupils achieved six or more National 5 passes. Our S3 and S4 pupils have been able to gain experience in studying and revising for their National exams. We believe this is vital in allowing them to develop skills and confidence that can be applied to the all-important Higher year. 

We look forward to welcoming back last year's S4 and S5 students to continue their studies in S5 and S6 and wish the very best to those pupils who will now go on to further education or start careers in their chosen field.

 

Lomond School Catchment Area Map

This school is independently managed and its admission criteria may be selective. There is no set catchment area as pupils are admitted from a wide variety of postcodes and, in the case of boarding schools, from outside the UK. Contact the school directly or visit their website for more information on Admissions Policy and Procedures.