Rolling hills, unspoilt open moor, and all just 45 minutes from Edinburgh, Kilgraston is proud to offer children a stunning and safe Scottish countryside campus in which to learn and grow. Situated in 54 acres of the best Scottish parkland, we follow the Scottish Examination system of National Fives, Highers and Advanced Highers. Our 2023 results are well above the national average across all three levels. At National Five, Kilgraston pupils achieve an A pass rate of 51%, nationally for girls this is 35.4%. In Advanced Higher level, 42% of Kilgraston pupils achieves an A pass rate against a national average of 33.8%.
Category: Preparatory, Senior, Sixth Form
Pupils: Co-ed Prep with girls senior school
Type: Boarding and Day
Religious Affiliation: Roman Catholic
Roll: 0 Boys / 200 Girls
Day pupils: 160
Boarder Number: 40
Age Range: Girls 5-18 years; Boys 5-12 years
A 54 acre countryside campus only 45 minutes north of Edinburgh, on the edge of the village of Bridge of Earn.
School Contact Details
Headteacher: Mrs Tanya Davie
Bridge of Earn, Perth, Perth and Kinross, PH2 9BQ
Tel: 01738 812257
Science Centre, eight tennis courts, a full-sized hockey pitch, Sixth Form Study Centre, boarding accommodation, 25m indoor swimming pool, climbing wall, gym, indoor sports hall, recording studio and Scotland’s only on-site school equestrian centre
Scholarships are solely awarded as means of recognising achievement and excellence, whether academic or for outstanding ability, in art, music or sport and in Lower Sixth there is an additional drama award.
All scholarships are honorary with no remission of fees attached, and available for entry into U3/P7 onwards.
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Day Fees (per term)
Senior School – Lower Fourth – Upper Sixth – £7,595
Junior School –Lower Third – Upper Third – £5,940
Reception – Upper Second – £4,470
Boarding Fees (per term)
Senior School – (Lower Fourth – Upper Sixth) – £12,970
Junior School – (Upper Second – Upper Third) – £9,910
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Open Day: Saturday 3 Feb 2024 -
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Exam success 2023 for Kilgraston...
Kilgraston pupils are celebrating the continuation of the school’s strong academic achievements with the release of the 2023 Scottish Exam...Read more
Kilgraston pupils at Blair Atholl...
The world-renowned Blair Horse Trials took place 25th – 28th August in the stunning setting of Blair Castle. It is...Read more
Kilgraston’s Exam Results 2022
Kilgraston School celebrated exam success with the release of the 2022 results. An impressive 70% of pupils achieved a Grade...Read more
Making sure girls learn to...
Evidence from international studies, supported in part by research in the UK, has found that just a few key elements...Read more
2020 exam results – Kilgraston...
With the release of this year’s Scottish exam results, Kilgraston pupils are celebrating an impressive new record with 100% of girls achieving Grades A to C at Advanced Higher level and 97.1% achieving Grade A to C at Higher level. Kilgraston’s Headmistress, Mrs Dorothy MacGinty, said: “I am so proud of our pupils who have achieved these outstanding...Read more
Kilgraston’s Summer 2020 Term –...
It may have been different to our typical summer term but Kilgraston’s Summer 2020 term has still been packed full of exciting news and activities. All of our pupils continued with their education, with Kilgraston teaching taking place online. We held our first Virtual Open Day which was hugely successful, had a number of sporting challenges, and had smaller online...Read more
Celebrating 90 years of Kilgraston
We had big plans for our 90th anniversary, however, due to Covid-19 these plans were put on hold. However, we still celebrated in a socially distanced, safe way! To celebrate our 90th anniversary, we held a virtual picnic on Wednesday 24th June which featured speeches from Mrs MacGinty and Tim Hall, our Chair of Governors...Read more
Kilgraston sees surge in new...
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, Kilgraston has continued to provide the first class education for which it is so well known. So, as we look at our return in August, we have seen a surge in new families looking at our School. Newspapers including The Times are reporting that this is because of ‘confusion’ surrounding a part-time return to...Read more
Kilgraston alumnae wins Sword for...
Former Kilgraston girl, Katie Stott, has been awarded the Abertay Sword for Sport Award 2020. Katie left Kilgraston in 2017 to study Biomedical Science at Abertay University. This year Katie was awarded the Abertay Sword for Sport award, virtually presented by BBC Radio and television presenter, John Beattie, alongside BBC weather presenter, Judith Ralston....Read more
Alex named player’s player of...
Alex B in Upper 6 has been named ‘Players player of the year 2019-20’ in the Perth and Kinross Ladies Netball league. We spoke to Alex to find out more about her fantastic achievement. How do you feel about winning players player of the year? I am ecstatic about winning players player of the...Read more
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International recognition for Kilgraston
Kilgraston is delighted to announce that it has won two categories in an international education competition. Corporate Vision magazine’s ‘Private Education and Development Awards 2019’ has named the School, ‘Recognised Leaders in Private Junior & Senior Education – Scotland’, together with, ‘Most Dedicated Further Education Provider – Scotland’. Commenting on the awards, Head of Kilgraston,...Read more
Kilgraston – new Language and...
OVER one hundred students from seven countries have enrolled at Kilgraston School’s new Language and Activities Centre this summer. The Bridge of Earn-based Centre is gearing up to welcome students from Russia, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, Turkey, Brazil and Germany, creating a mini United Nations in the Perthshire hills in July and August. The award-winning school...Read more
Kilgraston Equestrian Team members have...
Hard work and determination from members of the Kilgraston Equestrian Team members have brought great success during the summer holidays.....Read more
Kilgraston pupil selected for Senior...
Kilgraston has just received the news that Daisy Foniciello, who finished Upper Sixth in June this year, has been selected for the Senior Commonwealth Team for the Women’s Epee Fencing Championships in Canberra on 23-28 November 2018. A fantastic achievement and we look forward very much to hearing how Daisy gets on ‘Down Under’.Read more