Inverness Royal Academy

Inverness Royal Academy

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Inverness Royal Academy (Scottish Gaelic: Acadamaidh Rìoghail Inbhir Nis) is a secondary school (comprehensive) located in the Culduthel area of Inverness, Highland, Scotland.


Tracing its history back to the school established by Dominican Friars in 1223 through the town Grammar School in 1668 to the founding of the Academy in 1792, the school has been located at the following locations around the city.
  • Friars Street area (Dominican Priory) 1223-1668
  • Church Street (now the Dunbar Centre) 1668-1792
  • Academy Street (formerly New Street) 1792-1895
  • Midmills building (currently of UHI-Inverness College) 1895 - 1980 and
  • Culduthel Road (current building) 1977 - present

Curriculum for Excellence

The curriculum is based on three distinct but interlinked sections. The S1/2 curriculum has many subjects; in S3/4 pupils study Standard Grades and/or Intermediate I or II, while in S5/6 pupils study National Qualification courses at Higher and Intermediate levels with Advanced Highers available in S6.The school's belief is that each pupil should have an opportunity to pursue his or her subject choice and chosen career free from discrimination of any kind.

Years 1 & 2

The subjects first studied in First Year combine to form a common course. This course provides a basis for later study and is also a period in which a pupil's own capabilities and interests can be identified and assessed.At the end of Second Year pupils choose eight subjects to study over the next...
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