Strathallan School is an independent boarding and day school in Scotland for boys and girls aged 9–18. The school has a 150acre campus at Forgandenny, a few miles south of Perth. It is sometimes referred to as a public school, although strictly speaking this only applies to the public schools covered by the Public Schools Acts, and is the term traditionally used in Scotland for state schools.School rollThe school has 99 full-time staff, and 10 part-time staff. It has pupils as follows:HistoryStrathallan School was established in 1913 by Harry Riley. It was originally located at Bridge of Allan. By 1919, the School had approximately 120 pupils. In 1920, the school moved to the current, more spacious buildings at Forgandenny.AcademicsThe curriculum is largely based on the English system, with some elements of the Scottish system. Most pupils study for GCSEs, although some study for Standard Grades in one or two subjects. Then, in their last two years, in sixth form, they study for either A-levels or Scottish Highers. 95% of pupils go to university, including a number to Oxford University, Cambridge University, and University of St Andrews. 82% of this year’s A level entries were graded A*/Bgrades.
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