Welcome to the Boroughmuir High School website

Fortiter Et Recte!
Our vision is to ensure a confident, nurturing and inclusive learning community where all achieve their full potential and embrace life’s challenges.

We actively encourage you to find out more about us through these web pages. Please do contact the school if you require more information.

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The most current information from the City of Edinburgh Council will be displayed on the linked page below. 

Boroughmuir High School along with all other schools are following the advice in these documents.

For the latest information on the return to school for all pupils from 20th April 2021, please click here.


Latest News

P7 Parents Information Wednesday 16th June 2021

Here is the link to the P7 Parents Information letter which has also been sent out to our primaries to send home too.  We look forward to welcoming our new S1s on 18th August.  We will be in touch with all S1 parents/carers w/c 16th August with the details of register classes and registration rooms […]

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Boroughmuir S3 YPI

The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) is a powerful active citizenship programme, empowering young people to make a difference in their communities while developing a range of skills. YPI is the biggest independent initiative being delivered in Scottish education. Each school is responsible for directing a grant of £3000 to a local charity championed by […]

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P7/S1 Transition 2021 – Update

We are in the process of finalising our “Virtual 3 Day Visits” for our new S1s and parents on the 15th– 17th June.  In line with CEC guidance we are unable to meet face to face for transition this year but we are going to be able to build on the success of last year […]

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S5/6 British Biology Olympiad Heroes!

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the British Biology Olympiad before Easter. A great showing from everyone, but particular congratulations to Alexandra Murray, Priyanka Gopalkaje and Ruaridh McIntyre who won Silver medals – a genuinely outstanding feat. Rebecca Black Boada and Charis Tse were Highly Commended, and Sophie Hoole, Alexander Cran, Marina Wilson and […]

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