The catchment area of the only catholic school within 80 miles of Oban has been widened after campaigning by parents.
Oban High School
Proposals to change the catchment area of a Catholic school will go before Argyll and Bute Council today.
A celebration of the diversity within a west Highland town is being organised to help promote equality for the LGBT community.
Oban’s new high school building and surroundings is on schedule to be completed by February.
An inspiring teenager who has battled leukaemia three times in her 18-year life time has launched an appeal for stem cell donors.
Slowly but surely the familiar red bricks of the old Oban High School building have been coming tumbling down this week.
Teacher, 42, blames his ‘drunken stupidity’ after being struck off for sexually assaulting a teenager
A chemistry teacher convicted of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop has been struck off the teachers register.
Expectations and excitement were high when Oban pupils spent their first day in the brand new £36million high school yesterday.
Oban’s new £36million high school will officially open its doors to pupils when they return from their Easter break next week.
High school pupils and staff in Oban are preparing to move into their new £36million building.
A chemistry teacher yesterday pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman in a shop by touching her bottom.
A Scottish high school pupil has wowed passengers on a flight to New York with his amazing bag-piping skills.
Building work on the new Oban High School is continuing to make good progress, local councillors were informed yesterday.
An "exciting" milestone was reached in Oban yesterday with the turf cutting ceremony for the town's new £36million high school.
An ambitious £60million scheme to build two new high schools in Argyll has taken a major step forward.
The Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus will visit Oban High School next month.
Plans to build a new £24million secondary school in Oban can now proceed after the Scottish Government gave it the go ahead.
A health and safety watchdog has objected to plans for a new high school in Oban because it is near a gas storage facility - even though the new school is to be on the same site as the old one.
A teacher whose career has spanned more than six decades is about to retire, after teaching in every department at Oban High School.