Welcome to Lomond School
As the west of Scotland’s only day and boarding school, Lomond School welcomes families from around the world to enjoy a first class education and lifestyle from ages 3 to 18 years. Our unique location in the coastal town of Helensburgh, on the edge of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, provides a perfect setting to deliver a rounded education which inspires achievement and enquiring minds.
We passionately believe that education should be about supporting our pupils to develop and grow, both academically and personally, as rounded individuals with strong values. Through our Guiding Principles and School Values we prepare our young people for life beyond Lomond School, equipping them with the skills and qualifications to embark confidently and successfully on their future endeavours.
Boarding at Lomond
As the west of Scotland’s only boarding school, Lomond provides a great place to live and learn for local families and young people from around the world. For families based in Scotland, we offer a range of Flexible Boarding options which can be taken up on a short or long-term basis.
Welcoming international boarders
We have a long tradition of welcoming young people from around the globe from as far afield as Hong Kong, China, Russia and the United States to as near as: Spain, Germany and France. As a day school with boarding, Lomond offers international pupils the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in Scottish and British culture.
Book a tour
The perfect way to get a feel for life at Lomond is to come and see us in action. We welcome prospective pupils and their families all year round and work with you to help you get the most from your visit.
Rehearsals are well underway for this year's Senior School production of Anything Goes by Cole Porter. With well known classics like "Anything Goes", "You're the Top", and "I Get a Kick Out of You" and a story of madcap antics aboard an ocean liner bound from New York...
Today we marked the 100th anniversary of Armistice day with the annual assembly and Act of Remembrance. Pupils who went on the recent battlefields trip shared their thoughts on the sights and images which moved them the most. The School Captain and Vice-Captain hung a...
During the half term break, Lomond School's humanities departments led a very moving trip to Belgium and France to visit the First World War Battlefields. One of the key aims of the trip was to help the S3 and S4 pupils to try to understand what life was like for the...