News on May 2018

Brown University Rugby

30 May, 2018


Rugby players who aspire to attend Brown University have the opportunity to get a world-class education and to still be able to participate in competitive rugby. Alex Ogilvy (10-15) is [...]

Zach Plays in England V Barbarians Match

28 May, 2018


We were pleased to see Zach Mercer (13-15) starting for England, against the Barbarians, on Sunday. Director of Rugby, Roddy Deans, comments: “To be selected for England, in the back [...]

Business Breakfast

28 May, 2018


A big thank you to Eoghan Mackie (11-16) for presenting at this month’s Business Breakfast, and for the fabulous spread that he arranged from Valvona and Crolla.  We received an [...]

Beating Retreat at Edinburgh Castle

25 May, 2018

Outdoor EducationSchool Event

On the evening of 23 May 2018, Merchiston Castle School CCF (Merchiston & St George’s) hosted the Beating Retreat of the Massed Pipes and Drums at Edinburgh Castle. As the [...]

WE Walk for Water

23 May, 2018

JuniorsSchool Event

On 1 May, Leah Baillie, from WE Schools, visited to run workshops for our Second Form pupils. They discussed, brainstormed and created action plans for global issues that they felt [...]

Headmaster’s Headlines

23 May, 2018

First of all, it was a great pleasure to congratulate Haydn on his birthday! Since Haydn’s home is eight hours ahead of British Summer Time, it was wonderful to hear [...]

Golf Academy maintains Second Place

23 May, 2018


At the weekend, the junior members of the Golf Academy travelled south of the border to play in the ISGA Junior Stableford at Sunningdale Heath Golf Course. This was the [...]

Art, Design Technology and Science Exhibition

23 May, 2018

Chalmers EastChalmers WestJuniorsMiddle yearsRogersonSchool EventSixth Form

The highlight of the year for the Art and Design and Design Technology and Engineering Departments is always our annual Commemoration Exhibition, immediately prior to half term. It is a [...]

Preparing for life after Merchiston

23 May, 2018

Sixth Form

Economic wellbeing is a vital aspect of any young person’s education: in order to start our Lower Sixth Form pupils thinking ahead to university, or simply life beyond school, they [...]

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