Queen Anne High School, Dunfermline
|Motto||Libertatem per Probitatem
(Freedom by Integrity)
|Rector||Miss R McFarlane|
|Local authority||Fife Council|
|Houses||Abbey, Bruce and Carnegie|
|Website||Queen Anne High School|
In the 1930s it moved to the former Dunfermline High School building that lay to the north of Priory Lane. In the 1950s it moved again to a new campus at Broomhead, just to the south of its current location. In August 2003 it moved yet again 200 yards to the north, next to and encroaching upon the village of Wellwood.
In July 2014 the school was awarded the TES International Schools Award.
The school is divided into three houses, Abbey, Bruce, and Carnegie (named after Dunfermline Abbey, Robert the Bruce and Andrew Carnegie). Former school houses which are no longer used include Denmark, Erskine and Fordell. Each house has a guidance team who are responsible for the pastoral care of the group of pupils who have been assigned to that particular house. As of 2016, the school's senior leadership team is as follows:
|Jackie Campell||Depute Rector (S1 and S6)|
|Pamela Davie||Depute Rector (S2 and S3)|
|Laura Martin||Depute Rector (S4 and S5)|
|Douglas Sinclair||Depute Rector (Vertical Student Group)|
|Ken Robertson||Depute Rector (Information Systems)|
Role in the community
The school's facilities are open for use to the public after the school day finishes, these include a gym, sports hall, gymnastics hall, music studio, tennis courts and football pitches. Use of these facilities is managed by the Community Use Team 
During the Festive Season, pupils donate food parcels to Sheltered Homes across Dunfermline and surrounding villages.
Queen Anne also plays a part in The Gambia with charity and fundraising to help fund expansion and improvement to the John Pickering Senior Comprehensive school located in the Gambia. From 2010, much of the fundraising has been put towards building a skills centre in the Gambian village of Jibboroh. The school also maintains a social link with the Gambian school as a number of pupils have formed penpals with those in Gambia. Also in 2006 some pupils went to visit the school in the Gambia and reported the project was a success. In 2007 two members of staff from John Pickering visited Queen Anne and there was a return trip of Queen Anne pupils to the Gambia mid-2008. A group of around ten pupils now visit The Gambia biennially in June for cultural exchange.
In March 2010, the Fife Area Confucius Classroom hub opened, based next to the LRC. This national initiative aims to support the learning of Chinese language and culture within Scottish schools. This initiative led to the Mandarin language being offered not only to S1-2 classes but also for SQA certification at Access level.
- Maurice Malpas- Scottish international football player with the thirteenth most caps of all time.
- Robert Archibald- Basketball player in the NBA, playing for Illinois and later the Memphis Grizzlies.
- Peter Wishart- former member of rockband Runrig and later a Member of Parliament.
- Deborah Knox- An Olympian who won Curling Gold at the Salt Lake City winter Olympics.
- Linsey MacDonald- Competed to win a bronze medal in the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, while still a pupil at the school.
- Fraser McKenzie- Professional rugby player.
- The Court of the Lord Lyon on Facebook
- http://www.qahs.org.uk/s/get_uploaded_file.php?id=1033[permanent dead link]
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on June 5, 2011. Retrieved February 28, 2010.
- Confucius Classrooms - teaching and learning about Chinese language and culture Archived August 2, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- Curriculum for Excellence | Queen Anne High School
- Queen Anne Former Pupils
- Pete Wishart MP, Scottish National Party Member of Parliament, Perth, N.Perthshire, Scotland Archived April 13, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.