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The Academy has a rich and distinguished history tracing its roots back to 1330 when John of Greyfriars set up a school in the town. Today it provides an excellent education for young people from Dumfries Burgh and the surrounding area.
You will find a variety of information regarding the operation of the school on this website. Should you wish to find out more about the school, or contribute to the website, then please do not hesitate to contact us through either of the means listed above.
Scottish School Curling Championships
Congratulations to Finlay Kingan, Fraser Kingan, Victoria Brett and Ross Finlay who did remarkably well in reaching the semi finals of the national schools championship.
A great achievement for our curling team and one we can hope to build on for next year.
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as of 4th March 2013
Dumfries Academy will again be running an Easter School this year for pupils in S3-
Scottish Youth Parliament Election Results
Congratulations to Amy McFall and Chanelle Milligan, two S5 pupils from Dumfries Academy who have been elected to represent the constituency of Dumfriesshire at the Scottish Youth Parliament. We are sure that both girls will do an excellent job.
Congratulations 1B1 for collecting 85 merits in February and therefore adding 85 points to Barrie House!
Regional Cross Country
On Tuesday 26 February 35 pupils represented Dumfries Academy at the Regional Schools
Find out how they got on here.