Honeyman Head of House: Ms Maureen McCafferty
Head of House Assistants : Mrs Trudy Armstrong, Mrs Sandra MacPherson
House Colour: Blue
History: Honeyman House derives its name from Sir William Honeyman (Honyman) who was Lord of Armadale . He bought Barbaughlaw (Barbauclaw) on which the Burgh was built and he named it Armadale after the property he inherited from his mother in Strathy. He became an advocate in 1777 and was Sheriff Depute of Lanark in 1786 and in 1797 he became Lord Armadale and sat on the bench where it was said that he “was distinguished as a judge”.