I started at Hamilton College in 1995 in J5. I loved the practical subjects in school and I will always be grateful for the help that I got from the teachers as it set me up for my career.

Steph Treta
Class of 2002

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Silver Medals for S1 Netball

Well done to the twelve S1 pupils who travelled to the Ally McCoist Centre in East Kilbride on Wednesday...
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23 Apr, 2014

Help Set a New World Record!

MAF still needs more volunteers to help set a new world record! The Zip Slide will cross the racecourse from...
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09 Apr, 2014

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S3 Visit to France

The S3 visit to France will depart Sun 4 May and return Sat 10 May.
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04 May, 2014

Friends of Hamilton College Meeting

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12 May, 2014

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Higher Physics

The Higher Grade Physics course is composed of three units on Mechanics and Properties of Matter, Electricity and Electronics and Radiation and Matter.  These units are 40 hour nits.  Each unit is assessed by an end of unit test.  The candidate must also complete a practical test for the course.  If a candidate passes the test for a given unit he/she will be awarded a pass in that unit.  Furthermore, if the candidate then passes the terminal Higher Grade Physics examination (which covers work from all three component units) he/she will be awarded an overall pass for the course at Grade A, B or C.