A group of Aberdeen teenagers will travel abroad to lay a wreath in honour of the young Dons players who died during World War I.
Aberdeen Grammar school
A council boss involved in rebuilding an Aberdeen school following a fire has died at the age of 87.
Aberdeen mother and daughter create database of those who died in the city during the Second World War
The air raids sounded so frequently throughout the Second World War that Aberdeen was given the nickname "Siren City".
Two groups of pupils from a north-east school have reached the finals of a prestigous competition linked to Formula One.
A suspected gas leak at an Aberdeen school forced hundreds pupils to go home yesterday morning.
A suspected gas leak at an Aberdeen school has forced hundreds of pupils home today.
He was one of Scotland’s most renowned historians and art lovers.
Pupils at an Aberdeen secondary school are hoping to take their place at the top of the podium in a UK competition after creating their very own Formula One car.
A north-east secondary school has been given a very positive report following a visit from government inspectors.
After more than 20 years in education, a chemistry teacher has begun offering lessons with a difference.
An Aberdeen actor who swapped his life to try his hand at a career in Hollywood has landed a new role on stage.
A talented city ballerina has been offered a place on a prestigious course run by an international dance star in Edinburgh.
An animal lover from Aberdeen is bound for Cambridge University to study veterinary medicine after scoring some stunning exam results.
An Aberdeen secondary school with a history stretching back to the 13th century has appointed its first female head teacher.
A talented Aberdeen Secondary school pupil has won a prestigious local art competition by creating an abstract self-portrait which reveals his career ambitions.
Published by Aberdeen Grammar School Former Pupils' Club On the centenary of the Great War, this book looks at the astonishing contribution and sacrifices made by hundreds of former pupils of Aberdeen’s Grammar School for the war effort, not just on the Western Front, but in theatres of war as disparate as the Mesopotamian desert, the treacherous coves of Gallipoli and the frozen wastes of northern Russia.
Football Manager could be introduced into PE classes as part of the curriculum at north-east schools.
A man has been hospitalised following a flat fire opposite Aberdeen Grammar School.