Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom
About Kemnay Academy
Kemnay Academy is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form situated in Kemnay, Aberdeenshire. It is a community state school that has a selection of four feeder primary schools. The school website identifies a school roll of around 775 secondary and sixth form students for the 2016-2017 season between the ages of 12 and18.
The Academy was built in 1980 to facilitate school places for the Kintore and Kemnay areas of Aberdeenshire.
Values and Vision
Kemnay is a welcoming, friendly and supportive school that always strive to provide the highest quality of learning experience for all its learners. There is a constant high expectation placed on students, both academically and behaviourally, letting students know that there are duties to be responsible citizens of the world after finishing their time at Kemnay Academy. It respects students for their individual strengths, and acknowledges and recognises success through different areas of its curriculum.
The school is also a strong advocate of charity donation, encouraging its students to raise money through it senior charity committee, established in 2006.
“Young people achieve across a wide range of contexts. At all stages they volunteer, help others and develop a broad range of sporting, musical, personal and life skills. They deal with progressively more challenging situations as they move through the school. Staff contribute a great deal to the life and work of the school. They organise various clubs for young people and involve them in regular fundraising activities.”