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.
Click on any heading to see the full story. Choose one of the headings on the left to filter the stories shown, or use the Search box on the left to look for news stories or galleries relating to a particular topic.
Glenalmond Gala Concert
Thursday 19 March 2015
Message from the Development and Alumni Relations Department.
It's all in the family at Arisaig House as everyone celebrates Christmas together.
OG brothers create Scotland's first potato vodka
The Duke of Argyll (Patchell’s 1981-86), Torquhil Campbell, and his wife Eleanor featured in a recent BBC programme charting the inside dealings of the world’s oldest magazine, Tatler.
Good luck to former pupil George Smith, hoping to get a Rugby Blue for Cambridge in a Varsity match at Twickenham.
Lessons and Carols by Candlelight
Saturday 6 December, 6pm: Goodacre's, Lothian, Matheson's and Skrine's
Sunday 7 December, 6pm: Cairnies, Home, Reid's and Patchell's
The ski team did really well at yesterday's Scottish Snowsports Ski Cross Competition and came 8th overall ...
Congratulations to the 34 pupils who achieved certificates in the Senior Maths Challenge. This is the highest ever number of awards received by the school.
Nine girls from Glenalmond raced at the Scottish Schools’ Road Race in Falkirk.
The senior girls team - led home by Annie Porter and followed by Laura Godfrey-Faussett, Beth Stephen, Isla Graham and Marina Morgan – finished sixth in the team event.
It has been a busy and successful few weeks for the Debating Society at Glenalmond. In an entertaining final of the Senior Inter-House Competition, Angus S and Ryan C, both from Skrine’s, narrowly edged the Patchell’s pairing of James R and Alasdair J.
Last week saw two days of intense competition at the Tayside and Fife Swimming Championships, an annual event that sees swimmers of all ages from across the district, convene on the Olympia Pool in Dundee.
The experiences of Capt Robert Hamilton OG, and his fellow soldiers in the First World War, have inspired the Sainsbury's Christmas TV advertisement, described by the Today programme on Radio 4 as the 'greatest advert ever made'.
Third Former Charlie A is celebrating a win at the Tayside and Fife Youth Mountain Bike Series.
Well done to the Glenalmond golf team, who won their delayed Second Round ISGA knock-out match against St Leonard’s School at Crieff GC by 3 matches to 0.
Last Thursday's Lunchtime Concert was an unusual occasion in that it featured just one pupil and one piece.
The annual SCIS Classics Conference was held at Glenalmond this week.
A unique event was held at Glenalmond College to mark the start of the First World War and to commemorate the bravery of former pupils of the school.
Glenalmond's theatre hosted two packed audiences on Tuesday 11th November as staff and pupils gathered to hear about three OGs who were awarded the Victoria Cross.