News and Forthcoming Events
Life at Glenalmond is always busy, and this is where you will find all the latest news, galleries and notification of forthcoming events.
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Come along to the Glenalmond College Open Day on Saturday 16 September 2017 to find out what it's like to be a pupil at the school.
Commemoration Day - Saturday 1 July 2017
The Leavers' Ball 2017 will be held in the grounds of the School on Saturday 1 July.
Careers & Higher Education Fair
Friday 26 May from 1.30 - 3pm. Parents are welcome to attend.
The Glenalmond Drama department is infamous for tackling difficult productions and the College’s version of George Orwell’s Animal Farm was no different....
Charlie A notches up another win at the Cross Country Mountain Biking National Series .......
Borders boy and former Glenalmond College Captain of Rugby and Prefect, Tom Galbraith (Goodacre’s 09-14), has graduated from the BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy into a full-time, professional deal with Edinburgh.
Blue skies and dry underfoot the Glenalmond golf course was in great condition to host the OGs v Pupils match at the weekend....
The Glenalmond cricket sixes at the weekend were a great success. The weather was on our side and the sun was out. Spectators enjoyed watching some very competent players on the pitches and were treated to a beautiful lunch followed later by a delicious treat-filled afternoon tea.
The Old Glenalmond Golf Society recently won the 2017 Annual Seniors Wayfarers event at Western Gailes.
The recent news of Prince Philip’s retirement was delivered to Palace staff by the former Scots Guard, and now much-trusted Private Secretary to the Queen, OG Sir Christopher Geidt.
Glenalmond pupil Edward G, a keen naturalist and son of organic farmers, has had a article published in the New Nature magazine (May edition).
Glenalmond today celebrates its 170th Anniversary
Glenalmond College has been voted top ten past the winning post
for UK-wide horsey schools by School House Magazine
OG XI v Glenalmond 1st XI, Sunday 30th April 2017
A chilly spring day greeted the OG team to their old stomping ground at Glenalmond, a team this year comprising a mixture of youth, skill, cricketing experience and humour. This has sometimes been a rarity in years gone by, partly down to the various humiliations on the field that have gone before.
Campbell G won the individual stroke-play Perth & Kinross Schools' Cup on Monday 1 May, at Pitlochry Golf Club.
Pupils took part in a range of activities as part of the CCF Field Day, including visits to the National Museum of Flight and Faslane Naval Base.
Glenalmond pupil George B spent his Easter break playing rugby for the Scotland U16 Blues team and came away a winner.
The William Bright Society and pupils from Craigclowan School were treated to workshops from Dr Jonathan Hare on Buckminsterfullerene, or the 'Buckyball'.
Pupils from the Lower Sixth spent part of the Easter break undertaking their practice expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Canoe Award.