|Motto||Honos Habet Onus|
|Deputy Headteacher||John Flemming, Grace Burns|
|Houses||Simpson, Newland, Lindsay|
|Colours||Red, blue, yellow|
Bathgate Academy is a secondary school in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland. Approximately 1,000 students are taught from ages 11–18, serving the needs of several communities including Blackburn and some communities outwith the catchment area such as Livingston. Bathgate Academy is also home to the main singer of the act Reverieme, Louise Connell who teaches English at the school.
Established by John Newlands in the mid-18th century, the school was originally located on Marjoribanks Street. The current building dates from 1831 and was designed by R & R Dickson. This building was taken over by West Lothian College in the 1960s, when the school moved to its current location. The Academy was also used as annex to Balbardie Primary School in the 1960s and 70s.
Notable former pupils
- John McIntyre, Professor of Divinity and Principal of New College in the University of Edinburgh, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, and Dean of the Thistle
- Paul di Resta
- Richard B. Angus of Montreal; co-founder of the Canadian Pacific Railway and President of the Bank of Montreal.
- Lieutenant-General Sir James Baird, senior British Army officer and Director General Army Medical Services
- Sir Andrew Stark, British ambassador to Denmark
- Dictionary of Scottish Architects: Dickson