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Oban High School

Soroba Road, Oban, United Kingdom
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Oban High School is located on the West coast of Scotland. The school provides an extensive and specialist curriculum for over 1000 pupils.  

Opening Hours

Monday
08:30 - 16:30
Tuesday
08:30 - 16:30
Wednesday
08:30 - 16:30
Thursday
08:30 - 16:30
Friday
08:30 - 16:30

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As the pipe band season draws to a close we would like to say a massive congratulations and well done to our pipe bands. Our Novice Juvenile band weren’t placed today but played very well. Senior Band Grade 3 MSR 1st place Grade 3 Medley 2nd place Grade 2 MSR 1st place Grade 2 Medley 3rd place What a fantastic end to the season! OHS HEROS 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆

As the pipe band season draws to a close we would like to say a massive congratulations and well done to our pipe bands.

Our Novice Juvenile band weren’t placed today but played very well.

Senior Band
Grade 3 MSR 1st place
Grade 3 Medley 2nd place
Grade 2 MSR 1st place
Grade 2 Medley 3rd place

What a fantastic end to the season! 

OHS HEROS 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
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Oban High School PE department

Dance classes for P6/P7 pupils starting Wed Sept 11th 4-4.45 in Dance Studio 2 by our Dance Leaders. Free of charge 😀🤩👍

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The Senior Pupil Leadership Team would like to recognise the contribution of many outstanding individuals across the school community who contribute to Oban High School being such a fantastic place to learn and work. Each day they will celebrate the outstanding commitment and achievement of someone we appreciate. #ohsmakeseverydayheroes

The Senior Pupil Leadership Team would like to recognise the contribution of many outstanding individuals across the school community who contribute to Oban High School being such a fantastic place to learn and work. Each day they will celebrate the outstanding commitment and achievement of someone we appreciate. #ohsmakeseverydayheroes
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The Senior Pupil Leadership Team would like to recognise the contribution of many outstanding individuals across the school community who contribute to Oban High School being such a fantastic place to learn and work. Each day they will celebrate the outstanding commitment and achievement of someone we appreciate. #ohsmakeseverydayheroes

The Senior Pupil Leadership Team would like to recognise the contribution of many outstanding individuals across the school community who contribute to Oban High School being such a fantastic place to learn and work. Each day they will celebrate the outstanding commitment and achievement of someone we appreciate. #ohsmakeseverydayheroes
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Oban High School PE department

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Nevis Ensemble comes to Oban High School by Polly Williams The relatively newly formed Nevis Ensemble describe themselves as “different” and said that there is “nothing else quite like it in Scotland”. This was proven to be true at their concert at Oban High school. The first and second years were treated to a performance by the ensemble in the atrium. Our radiobroadcasting team managed to sneak in to listen to the concert and have a word with a few of the musicians. The first song began calmly and sweetly, the violins taking the lead in a traditional song, until suddenly the crash of drums shattered the classical melody followed quickly by a bass player thundering through chords. Suddenly the ensemble erupted into a completely different song, Killing In The Name by Rage Against The Machine. Lots of shocked faces filled the room, it seemed this really was going to be different to what everyone had expected. Rock music filled the air. All musicians played harmoniously to create the complete opposite of an orchestral song. And they didn’t stop there; they played song after song perfectly and even got one of the pupils to conduct at one point! Their energy and enthusiasm was infectious as they began to play songs that we all know like Take On Me which resulted in many pupils getting up to dance and belt out the words ending in a huge conga line. By the time Africa by Toto was playing the entire hall was up on their feet. And with that last tune the band took a bow and said goodbye. After lots of clapping and cheering the first and second years began to filter back to their classes to what now seemed like a very mundane rest of the day in comparison. We caught the group just before they left for a quick interview and talked of influences and inspirations, upcoming shows and their experiences. One topic of discussion was the groups pop up performances, the ensemble said they had been inspired by a Dutch orchestra who had been doing similar performances, the ensemble has played in dozens of places that wouldn’t normally have gotten to experience the orchestra such as children’s parks, homeless shelters and even once in a swimming pool. So that anyone and everyone can experience their beautiful music. We came across a music critic called Ken Walton for the Scotsman who said that he is fascinated by the audience’s response and atmosphere in regards to witnessing such pieces, in the end journalists and pupils a like seemed to be unanimous in the opinion that there really was nothing like it in Scotland. We all hope to see them again soon and wish them luck on the rest of their Hebrides tour. Written and edited by the Radio Broadcasting and Journalism class: Isla MacCormick Lewis McDowall Brendan McNab Chloe Strang Polly Williams

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The Senior Pupil Leadership Team would like to recognise the contribution of many outstanding individuals across the school community who contribute to Oban High School being such a fantastic place to learn and work. Each day they will celebrate the outstanding commitment and achievement of someone we appreciate. #ohsmakeseverydayheroes

The Senior Pupil Leadership Team would like to recognise the contribution of many outstanding individuals across the school community who contribute to Oban High School being such a fantastic place to learn and work. Each day they will celebrate the outstanding commitment and achievement of someone we appreciate. #ohsmakeseverydayheroes
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Oban High School

Oban High School
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Our Bronze DofE pupils made the most of the sunshine tonight proving they could easily assemble and dismantle their tents. ⛺️☀️

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