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|Hutchesons' Grammar School|
|Type||Independent day school, private school|
|Motto||Latin: Veritas (Truth)|
|Founder||George Hutcheson and Thomas Hutcheson|
|Governor||Hutchesons' Educational Trust|
|Age||3 to 18|
|Publication||"The Hutchesonian" and "Hutchie Herald"|
It is a selective school, meaning prospective pupils must sit an entrance test to gain admission.
The Boys' and Girls' schools amalgamated in 1976 at the grounds where the Boys' school had moved to 19 years prior to form the current senior school. The Campus at Kingarth Street became the junior school. In 1994, a new pre-school block at the junior school was constructed.
Today, "Hutchie", as the school is known informally, has around 1,300 pupils across its Pre-school, Junior and Senior Schools.
In 2019 it had second-highest exam results in Scotland
It is governed by Hutchesons' Educational Trust
The current Rector is Colin Gambles.
In 2001, the school expanded into Glasgow's West End when it merged with Laurel Park School and created a nursery and primary school on Lilybank Terrace, although this has since closed. The building suffered heavy damage in a fire in November 2008, and again in early 2019.
Pupils at the school are divided into one the following four Houses:
Each House has a team of four staff; Head of House and 3 Assistant Heads of House, allowing each pupil to be known and cared for by the same team for all years. This team is overseen by the Matron and a Depute Rector ensuring a high level of individual care and attention for each student.
Form classes are split into houses and there is often activities that divide the houses into friendly competitions, House points can be awarded throughout the year for excellence in Academia, Sports, The Arts and various other activities. There is an annual sports day towards the end of the school year where pupils compete in various sporting events to win points for their house before the winning house of the year is announced at the end of the day.
The school tartan derives from the Hutcheson tartan with the colours changed to fit the school colours. It was adapted by Colin Hutcheson, a Governor of the Scottish Tartans Authority, and launched in March 2005.
The Tartan is worn on Founders Day every year as a Kilt by the Head boy and Depute Head boy, as a skirt by the Head girl and Depute head girl and as a tie by the rector. Founders day service is held annually at Glasgow Cathedral on the 19th of March
In November 2011, Hutchesons' Grammar School was named the 'Scottish Independent Secondary school of the year'.
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