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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Open to those OGs who left Coll in 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 & 1995.........
Jonathan Keilder Glen, (Wardens 1967-'72), has been elected Chairman of Hampshire County Council for the year 2015-2016 in this 800th anniversary year of Magna Carta.
Read the very latest news from the OG Rifle Club. The club is active throughout the year, throughout the UK. Please refer to the OG Clubs & Contacts section of the Past, Present and Future section of Glenalmond's website for further information.
OG Olivia Strang Steel (Home, 2010 - 2015) and Cooley Q take home a win at the Kirriemuir Horse Trials.
Dr Robin Mundill, our Head of History, sadly passed away on Saturday 4 July after a short illness.
The latest update on Neish's development which started on 12 January 2015, despite the snow! The stand has gone and so has most of the pitch...
Highly successful Sports Dinner at Glenalmond features in Scottish Field's August edition as a double page spread of pictures. Smile please!
The OGGS won the Plate at the Cyril Gray this year beating Fettes in the semi final and Canford in the final.
Congratulations to Eleanor S who has been selected to represent Scotland in the match against Ireland in Dublin in early July.
The 100 Mile walkers returned to Coll having completed the Fife coastal walk raising funds for Pencils for Promises.
Charlie A comes in 3rd at recent National cross country cycling championships.
Glenalmond's golf team enjoyed a friendly and highly enjoyable triangular match against Dollar and Merchiston.
Having recently beaten Strathallan to win the regional T20 Finals our U15s headed to the picturesque Doo'Cot Park to challenge the National title.
A fantastic £27,000 was raised at Coll’s first Supporting Sports Dinner on Saturday 13th June. Glenalmond hosted the dinner in the Dining Hall with 160 parents and friends of Glenalmond attending. The purpose of the evening was clear: to raise funds for ongoing developments, to reinforce the future sporting vision of the College and for guests to enjoy themselves
The annual CCF Summer Piping and Drumming Competition took place here at Coll on Sunday 7th June ....
It is with great sadness that Glenalmond must announce the sudden death of OG Yuriy (Iurii) Lavygin (Skrine’s 2012-’14).
Our condolences to Yuriy’s family and friends.
Most of the Lower Sixth took part in a 3-day leadership challenge that tested their team-building, initiative and leadership skills to the limit.
Pupil Joss G has secured a place to study at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts for 2016.
On Thursday 4 June 2015, Winton House played host to the inaugural Glenalmond College Major Benefactors’ Dinner. Donors from around the world travelled to East Lothian to enjoy a relaxed night of conversation, in stunning surroundings.