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St Peter the Apostle High School

Address
Kirkoswald Drive
Clydebank
G81 2DB
Tel
01415 333100
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St Peter the Apostle High School, Clydebank is a state school for boys and girls aged from 11 to 18.

Local authority:

West Dunbartonshire

Pupils:

1640

Religion:

Roman Catholic


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