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Mr Kerr has added a letter about the SQA exams 2014 for S4/5/6. Click here to view.
On Tuesday 25th March, 28 S1 pupils who had been selected as class winners competed to become winner of the R & W Scott cake decorating competition. This years cakes were decorated to a very high standard really impressing the judges.
Congratulations to Chloe McConnachie 1H1 and Jordan Beveridge 1B1, winners with their Get Well Soon design.
Thank you to R & W Scott for their continued support and to the judges for supporting the pupils by giving up their time
|2nd - Leanne Elliot &
|1st - Chloe McConnochie &
|3rd - Natalie Bogle &
To see the other cakes please go to our Image Gallery.
The annual fun run will take place on Sunday 1st June 2014.
The Fun Mile will begin at 10.30am from the John Cumming Stadium and the 5 mile road race at 11.30am.
If you are interested in taking part go to the Carluke Development Trust website for more details.
This is Carluke High's version of the SQA timetable. Please note that some times have been altered to fit with our school day.
Please use this version, not the one available on the SQA website.
On Thursday 27th March our Volleyball team played Stonelaw High School in the final of the S4/5/6 Scottish School Cup at Calderhead High School in Shotts.
Our team ably captained by Marc McLaughlin, were Stuart Mackenzie, Conor Walker, Jordan Scott, Ryan Scott, Andrew McLeod and Matthew Berry.
The boys, urged on by the large Carluke High support, played brilliantly with a score of 25-14, 25-9 to win the Cup.
Huge congratulations to you all, we are very proud of your achievements.
Today is BBC School Report Day at Carluke High School.
A group pupils from 1L is currently working hard in the Library putting together their news articles, with Mr De Fazio.
Click here to view their articles.
The following pupils are our overall prize winners in 4th and 5th year.
3rd Laona Allan 4M
2nd Elizabeth Rayner 4K
1st Riaz Shajahan 4K
3rd Grant Murdoch 5B2
Proxime Accessit Nicole Miller 5M2
Dux Faiza Bano 5K1
Our congratulations go to all them all.
The first years were tasked to come up with an 'Invention to Save the World'. The task finished with a showcase from the 10 practical classes, who all presented their ideas to Mr Smith.
I am pleased to inform you that the winners were from 1P8 with an outstanding invention to clean water for third world countries.
Rebecca Dent 1L1
Ross Nelson 1K1
Elli Paterson 1K2
Jade Shearer 1L