Scottish School Pipe Band Championships Results

More than 700 pupils had Scotland’s capital city in fine tune yesterday, Sunday 13th March, after going head to head at the Scottish School Pipe Band Championships. Youngsters from 118 schools across Scotland travelled to Edinburgh to take part in the event – a competition dedicated celebrating Scotland’s musical tradition and the talent of our young people.

This year’s event at Broughton High School saw pupils compete in eight categories tailored to their skill set, including juvenile, novice juvenile, debut, junior and quartets.

The full list of winners:

Debut Contest
1st place – Portree High School
2nd place – Stranraer Academy
3rd place – Tobermory High School

Junior B Contest
1st place – Ullapool High School
2nd place – The Glasgow Academy
3rd place – Dundee Schools

Junior A Contest
1st place – St Columbus School
2nd place – Gordonstoun School
3rd place – Fettes College

Novice Juvenile B Contest
1st place – Lochalsh Juniors
2nd place – George Watson’s College
3rd place – Knox Academy

Novice Juvenile A Contest
1st place – Dollar Academy
2nd place – North Lanarkshire Schools
3rd place – George Watson’s College

Juvenile Contest
1st place – George Watson’s College
2nd place – Dollar Academy
3rd place – Preston Lodge High School

Quartet Contest
1st place – Dumfries Schools
2nd place – Lochgilphead High School
3rd place – St Andrew’s R.C. High School A

Freestyle Musicianship Contest
1st place – The High School of Glasgow
2nd place – Gordonstoun School
3rd place – Sgoil Lionacleit