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The results from the Consultation survey have now been shared to the campaign group by Education Services.

The good news is that Option 3 (Change to be a co-educational denominational secondary school and alter the catchment area) received the majority of votes with 45.7% of the vote.

The bad news is that the Notre Dame for Girls campaign is claiming victory by adding the Option 1 and Option 2 totals together to claim 53.6% of the vote.

You still have time to influence the decision by emailing your local Councillor to tell them why Notre Dame High should be made co-ed.

It just needs a couple of sentences from you to remind Councillors co-education is the change that Glaswegians vote for.

If you are unsure of your local Councillor you can use the Glasgow website below to find Councillor, party and email address