Douglas Academy is a six year non-denominational, co-educational, comprehensive secondary school which serves the Milngavie, Craigton and Baldernock areas situated to the northwest of Glasgow. We are also a Centre of Excellence offering specialist provision in music for gifted young musicians. We aim to provide an educational experience of the highest quality.
We value our young people and are proud of their many accomplishments. We offer our young people a stimulating and challenging learning and teaching environment and a host of opportunities to achieve in the widest sense.
Our Gaelic school motto is Neart Tre Eolas meaning “Strength through Knowledge”. We wish our young people to develop strength of conviction, strength of purpose and strength of self. We wish them to become knowledgeable about the world and knowledgeable in the world so that when they leave us they are ready to change the world!
Good luck to Emma Baillie who competes in the UDO Worlds X Street Dance Championships held at the SECC in Glasgow on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of this week! Link below.
Congratulations to the Debating Matters team of Emma Johnston, Alisha Wright, Hannah Vennard and Sophie Vennard who have qualified for the Semi-final stage at the National Finals at in London from the 26th to 28th June. You can follow their progress at http://www.debatingmatters.com/events/final2015/national_final_2014_15/
or on Twitter at @debatingmatters and #DMNF15
Please note that SQA Post Results Service information for Parents and Guardians and the recoursing arrangements for S5 and S6 pupils are included in the Quicklinks at the bottom right of this page.
Congratulations to Arun Smith and Matthew McIlree in S4 who won the ESU Scottish Junior Debating Championship in the Scottish Parliament on Thursday 18th June. Douglas Academy was the only state school in the final and defeated teams from George Herriot's, George Watson's and Dollar Academy. In Closing Government, Arun and Matthew successfully argued for a referendum on the UK's withdrawal from the E.U. A special mention should go to Samuel Milne who competed in Rounds 1-3 of the competition.
Click here for information on the Music School of Douglas Academy