Anderson High School Open Days

By Reporter, The HighLand Times, Thursday October 26 2017

As part of the Council’s celebrations to mark the handover of the new Anderson High School, they would like to invite the public to come and visit the new building.

The Council is proud of this project and what it means for the education of local pupils, both now and in the future.

If you’re interested in a guided tour, please get in touch using the information provided below.

The tour is expected to take around one hour, and you should arrive ten minutes beforehand to allow for car-parking etc. 

If you use the main car park at the north of the school and make your way to the front entrance you will be met by someone who will guide you around the school.


Tours will be held on the following dates:


•             Saturday 4th November 2017

•             Saturday 11th November 2017


The first tour will be at 11am and the final tour will start at 3pm on both days.

Tour times will depend on demand; however, if you have a preferred start time then please provide this and we will do what we can to accommodate you.

We need a booking name; the number in your party; a preferred time and date; and your contact details.

You can email this information to or alternatively phone 01595 808080.

If you call and there is no answer, please stay on the line with this information to hand, as there is voicemail which will be checked regularly. 

You’ll then be contacted to confirm your day and time.



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