Glenalmond College put forward a record 100 pupils, from Fourth Form through to Upper Sixth, to compete in the UK Senior Maths Challenge on Tuesday 7 November.
The school had so many strong mathematicians that a quarter of all pupils took part in the competition; up 10% on last year and very rare for a school to put forward such a high proportion of its total pupil body.
Head of Maths, Gareth O’Neill, said: “This is a national competition that attracts over 100,000 entries each year. It’s the benchmark for mathematical aptitude and Glenalmond is thrilled to put forward so many candidates.”
Results will be available at the end of November.