Castle Douglas High School is a comprehensive state school situated in south west Scotland, in Castle Douglas. It has approximately 550 students and provides education from Secondary 1 to Secondary 6. The Times newspaper school league tables rates it as one of the top 20 secondary state schools in Scotland.
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