On Friday 11th October, Dalziel High School hosted their annual senior house quiz-a much loved and intense competition. The teams, comprising of one pupil per house from third to sixth year, battled their way through questions from a variety of topics, from film to music, science to history, highlighting individual prowess and combined team success.
Senior girls Joanna Lilly and Chloe Anderson (S5) have beaten stiff competition to be selected as finalists for this years North Lanarkshire ‘Dragons Lair’ competition. The Dragons Lair initiative has been created to encourage young people to develop the best business idea and identify the most enterprising individual(s) that can demonstrate a high degree of entrepreneurship and vision for the future.
On Saturday 30th November a double decker bus of just under 80 Dalziel pupils made their way to Princes Square's 'Festival of Choirs' in Glasgow to raise funds for the charity Hansel.
Welcome to The Watch Over Earth Project. We’re a group of 13 & 14 year old secondary school students interested in pursuing a career in engineering. As a result of this common interest we, in conjunction with our physics teacher, founded this research program at Dalziel High School.
Dalziel High School would like to congratulate S3 pupil Rowan Duffy on her significant achievement in designing and producing the winning design for the annual Dalziel High School Christmas Card competition.
Congratulations to Ryan Anderson, Anna Dougan, Matthew Duncan, Dion Ingram and Callum Warnock all S1, Jenna Clelland, Mark Hill, Lewis Hughes and Giano Napolitano S2, Robyn Hill, Ryan McGhee and Heather Steel S3, Rachael Beresford S4 and Sarah Clelland and Darren Smyth S5, who recently represented the school at the above North Lanarkshire Schools swimming event.
On the afternoon of Friday 15th November a group of 11 Dalziel pupils travelled to Ravenscraig to help at a P1-3 sports event.
Dalziel Art & Design pupils achieve success in the Kelvingrove Annual Art Competition for Young People 2013
Dalziel High School are delighted to announce that the Advanced Higher work of Jack McGarrity was exhibited in the third National Advanced Higher Art and Design Portfolio Exhibition held in Strathclyde University.
Dalziel High School played in the final of the LASBA (Lanark Area Schools Badminton Association) Quaich at both junior and senior level on the Wednesday 6th November.