News and Forthcoming Events
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Glenalmond College will be presenting a fully orchestrated performance of Jesus Christ Superstar for one night only at Perth’s Concert Hall on Friday 24 March 2017.
Many congratulations to the Glenalmond's pupils who have recently been offered places from both Oxford and Cambridge Universities. This is a tremendous achievement and the school wishes them all every success for their future.
Come along on Saturday 18 March 2017 for an Open Day specifically designed to gain a real feel for life as a day pupil at Glenalmond College. Free buses run daily from several points throughout Perthshire, transporting pupils to and from school during term time. Read more and register…..
Renowned country magazine Scottish Field, features the OG Scottish Dinner in its 'SCENEaround' section. Who can you spot..?
The latest edition of Glenalmond Life - the school's termly newsletter reflecting life within the entire Glenalmond community - has just been published. This covers Michaelmas Term 2016 and displays just a snapshot of the many and varied activities and achievements in, around and beyond the school.
Congratulations to Jack S who achieved a bronze medal at the British Mathematical Olympiad on 2 December. His high score - 41 out of 60 - gained him a certificate of distinction and places him on the list of top 100 mathematicians in the UK for his age group.
Glenalmond pupils attend 5th Scotland China Education Network (SCEN) China Youth Summit
Our talented pupils have been taking part in the Scottish Poetry Library’s competition learning and reciting two poems by heart. The competition was held on Monday 12th December - an inaugural event for Coll’s English department and run by Wanda Youlten.
Pupils and staff were today treated to a festive lunch break in the form of their very own German Christmas Market
Rory McCleery and his choral ensemble, The Marian Consort are enjoying huge success this Christmas season.
Sunday night at Fowlis Wester Kirk is not normally a busy occasion. “What a buzz,” said one regular member of the congregation, “It’s just fantastic to see completely packed pews.”
Results of the first Annual Heartbreak Run
Glenalmond U16 and U18 teams put in strong performances at the Scottish Schools Rugby Shield Finals
The U14’s have won an impressive six from eight matches this season including victories against Fettes, Loretto, Robert Gordon’s and on Saturday 3 December a superb 47-19 away win at Dollar Academy. Terrific team spirit and some fine performances.
Pupils performed in the Rotary Club Young Musician of the Year Competition at Gleneagles Hotel.
Over one hundred prep school pupils, from throughout Scotland, gathered in Coll’s magnificent Dining Hall on Sunday 4 December for the spectacular Junior Ball.
5th Form PE students have been studying to achieve their Sports Coaching course with the final block requiring the help of local primary school children.
The Glenalmond U18 1st XV rugby team yesterday won their semi-final match in the Scottish Schools Shield competition away at Kelvinside Academy, in a solid 0-24 win.
The senior musical is one of the highlights of the Glenalmond school year, and the first performances of Jesus Christ Superstar have confirmed that this year’s show is one of the most exciting and dramatic we have ever staged.
Gleanalmond's Kaleem B played in for the SRU U19 Development Squad at Meggetland on 23 November. A minibus with teachers and pupils drove down to Murrayfield to watch and support Kaleem in his first match for the SRU. The Scotland team played well and gave their opponents Georgia a challenging battle.