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The old lighthouse at Scoraig (moved to this site and converted to a museum), and in the background a locally designed wind turbine.
|Scoraig shown within the Ross and Cromarty area|
|• Edinburgh||255 mi (410 km) Southeast by south|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
There is a primary school, which as of September 2015[update] provides education to five pupils. Most children over the age of 14 go to Ullapool school, to which they either commute weekly, stay in the school's hostel accommodation, or their parent(s) move house at this point to provide them with a secondary education.
- "Pupil ferries in the Highlands to go out to tender". BBC News Scotland online. 6 December 2011. Retrieved 6 December 2011.
- Denholm, Andrew (8 September 2015). "Remote school with just five pupils needs a new teacher". The Herald. Glasgow: Herald & Times Group. Retrieved 9 September 2015.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Scoraig.|
- scoraig.com, website of the Scoraig Community Association
- kirkurd.net, photographs taken at the Scoraig festival, 1990