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.
A gathering has been organised for former colleagues who have now retired. This will be held at Coll on Sunday 10 September.
Glenalmond College heads to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to perform the world premiere of Everest Calling, a compelling and gritty drama based on the emotional and physical journey of a group of young people determined to take on one of Earth's hardest challenges.
Scotland's top young rugby talent, including players from Glenalmond, went head-to-head at the home of Scottish Rugby on Sunday 13 August at the BT Sport Academy Finals Day.
A-Level results continue to improve at Glenalmond.
Fifth Form pupil, Lauren D (Cairnies) has been selected to represent Great Britain Under 17s at the European Junior Water Polo Championship 2017.
Second Form pupil, Josephine P, has spent her Summer competing in 5 tennis tournaments as well as following an intensive training course in parallel.
Recently, OG Archie Stirling-Aird (Reid's, 95-00) walked over 100 miles nonstop to raise money for MS Society Scotland.
The latest edition of Glenalmond Life - the school's termly newsletter reflecting life within the entire Glenalmond community - has just been published.
As the academic year comes to a close, we honour our prize-winners and say goodbye to our leavers as they move on to the next stage in their lives.
The Warden recently wrote about the complex issue of neurodiversity in The Scotsman newspaperand the better understanding these days of these talented children.
Campbell G scored the lowest golf score of the day to be runner-up in the Paul Lawrie Foundation Junior Jug 2017.
Congratulations to 15 year old Alannah C-G who has been selected to represent the British Eventing Scotland U18 100 team at the Frickley Park horse trials in Yorkshire in July on her horse Mulgrave Freddie.
‘Bring me my Chariot of Fire’ is the recently published, true story of the Oscar-winning film written by OG Hugh Shields (Reid’s 78-82).
Glenalmond's Director of PE organised for the senior tennis squad to go to the Gleneagles hotel sports arena for a coaching session by their Head Coach......
Ope A took part at the Scottish Schools Athletics competition during the week and achieved a Gold for his high jump.
Charlie A comes 1st in the British XC MTB National series...
On Thursday afternoon, the school held the finals of the Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI), an initiative which gives secondary school pupils a hands-on experience of philanthropy that develops their skills and awareness in order to make a positive difference to their communities.
Over half term Campbell G, our golf captain, was runner-up in the U18 US Kids European School Golf Championship’, which was played on The New Luffness course, East Lothian.