Our Prelim exams begin on Monday 14th January 2019. You can view the Timetable for the exams by clicking here.
The School are holding a Christmas Concert, entitled ‘Christmas Illuminated’ in the school tonight – 19th December at 7PM
Tickets for the event cost £5 for Adults and £3 for Children.
If you require help using our Parent’s Night Booking System please just click here for a Guide.
The school is holding its annual Christmas Fayre on Saturday 24th of November, and we are asking for your support.
If you have any donations you could make for our Raffle or Tombola Stall, we would greatly appreciate them. They can be handed in to the School Office.
We look forward to seeing your there.
Click here to view the Cafeteria Menu for Winter 2018.
South Lanarkshire Council have created a face book page entitled, My Brighter Future.
The purpose of the page is to provide Young people with up-to-date information about:
- Employment Opportunities
- Training Opportunities and
- Education Opportunities.
The page can be accessed by following this link: My Brighter Future
The Link is not available with Holy Cross High School.
This year saw more outstanding performances in the SQA exams from the young people of Holy Cross.
Our 5th year students built on their 4th year success to give us an outstanding result of 26% of the group achieving 5 Highers.
A significant number of the group achieved 5 ‘A’ Highers.
The 4th year students also provided fantastic results with 48% gaining 5 or more National 5’s
Of this group a significant number gained 8 A’s for their National 5’s.
The S5 Dux Award Winners:
The S4 Dux Award winners:
In a year when the Art and Design Department have failed NOT to win in any completion entered. Lauren Kenny of 4A has continued our stream of great success by winning a prestigious Silver medal in the Glasgow Schools Art Competition 2018.
Other plaudits go to Catianna Darragh who was Highly Commended and Barbara Jarzabek who was Commended.
Lauren will attend the Award Ceremony in The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in September.
Congratulations go to 6 Holy Cross High School pupils from S2 who were named overall winners at the STEM, Go4Set Textiles Celebration and Assessment Final held in Trades House, Glasgow.
The Team – consisting of Rumeysa Aydin, Elisa Carroll, Catianna Daragh, Melanie Ellis, Madison Gilmour and Oliver Higgins – worked for 12 weeks to design and produce:
- a jacket using smart fabrics and new technology in textiles,
- a 50-page report
- and a presentation poster.
The pupils chose to make a jacket which would be suitable for the homeless, refugees or people affected by disasters, either natural or man-made.
The Team received help from their industry mentor, Mr. Ian Whiteford from Alex Begg & Co, who invited the team to visit the Alex Begg factory in Ayr. Here the pupils were able to see how modern textiles are sourced ethically and produced. Alex Begg were also very generous and gifted a sample of material for the team to use in their final design. The Team were also assisted by teachers Angela Lynch from Home Economics and Angela Martin from Art and Design.
During the competition the team were grilled by a panel of three expert assessors and they performed superbly. They were unanimously announced as overall winners by the panel, who were “blown away” by the pupil’s effort in every aspect of the final competition.
The winning team with mentor Ian Whiteford from Alex Begg & Co