Aristotle famously claimed 'The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.' This applies even more when the parts are as unique as the members of our Craighouse School community. We value the diversity of our pupils as an integral part of what makes Craighouse special.
We are proud of our community of families and staff; working together on developing the whole person to their maximum potential in all aspects. We are proud too of our caring and committed pupils who give their all in the classroom, on the sportsfield and when developing caring friendships with those around them.
Through our international programmes and our commitment to the innovative Craighouse Educational Project, our school, our community and our pupils will continue to make Craighouse School a whole that is so much more than the sum of its parts.
2022 International Baccalaureate Results
pupils obtained an IB Diploma.
of the generation 2022 were IB Diploma candidates.
of these candidates achieved the IB Diploma, this is 3% above the world average (86%).
We chose Craighouse School because Toño has the best memories of his school life. Additionally, through the full IB programme the school offers its pupils a comprehensive academic and formative education, preparing them for their future. We cannot ignore the importance of sports at Craighouse School, as it gives pupils perseverance, effort, and discipline as a complement to their development."
We chose Craighouse School because we wanted our children to attend an English, coeducational, secular school with a strong focus on sports. There is also the IB programme, which is an incredible advantage in the academic area. Charlie is an old boy, he has the greatest memories of his time at school, and his best friends to this day are his classmates."
Studying at Craighouse School was and continues to be a great privilege, both for its infrastructure and for the quality of its teachers. I received a top-quality education and the teachers who guided me played a key role in helping me acquire abilities that I have used throughout my life, specifically in my role as teacher at Universidad Católica, where I worked for over 25 years. The school gave me valuable tools and taught me that I could go as far as I wanted."
We literally landed in the school in 2009 after five years living abroad. We got here thanks to recommendations by friends and old girls and boys. We wanted a bilingual, coeducational, secular school that had the option of offering religion classes, and that was inclusive. We also wanted a place where sports were important."
We chose the school for its academic excellence, its open-mindedness, its cultural diversity, its family involvement, its bilingualism, its sports and its human warmth."
For parents who begin this stage we recommend that they learn about the Educational Project, that they encourage their children to take full advantage of what the school has to offer and that they join them in taking part in everything they can. Without realising it, they will get to know the “Craighouse School phenomenon”. Their children will establish strong friendships; ties that run so deep that they will be a part of them throughout their lives."