News and Forthcoming Events
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This year's Gala Concert in Perth Concert Hall on Thursday 19 March will feature a full-length performance of Carl Orff's wonderful Carmina Burana.
The Junior Play this year is Bugsy Malone, the high-energy, fast-moving, custard-pie-throwing musical!
An update from the Nationals ...
More solo piping success for Glenalmond pipers with Cameron B (4P) ...
At the Strathallan Invitational Cross-Country match last Thursday, the Glenalmond team represented the school very well.
To celebrate World Book Day, a book fair was held in the Glenalmond library, incorporating a SHELFIES competition!
The people of Dundee and Perth have had opportunities to enjoy musical performances by Glenalmond pupils in recent weeks, with concerts at St Paul's Cathedral in Dundee and St John's Kirk in Perth.
Glenalmond College has won the Scottish Schools Analytical Chemistry Competition run by the Royal Society of Chemistry at Herriot Watt University and now go on to the UK national final.
Jonathan Hammond, Patchells 1993-1999 and James Paterson, Skrines, 1995-2000 competed in the British Championships, along with their team member Neil Stirton in June 2014, securing a win for Scotland.
Glenalmond is celebrating an outstanding victory at the Brewin Dolphin U18 Shield Final, with a 46-7 win over the High School of Dundee. It was a wonderful evening with Murrayfield's Back Pitches the venue for the Brewin Dolphin Shield Final, when Glenalmond triumphed over the High School of Dundee with a 46-7 win.
Congratulations to Eleanor Skinner on her selection for the U16 Scotland team playing in the HDM Easter Tournament in Holland.
Well done to Andrew O'Neill and Kaleem Barreto, who have both been selected for Scotland U16 Rugby Trial.
This year, more Glenalmond pupils than ever before have achieved certificates in the Intermediate Maths Challenge, with 35 certificates in total.
In the cross-country challenge against Strathallan, the girls' race was dominated by Glenalmond girls, who who took all three top places.
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...
Lots of lovely OG pictures featuring in Scottish Field magazine this month
In the February half term a group of pupils went on a trip to Poland.
OG Gareth Davies and his friend Joe Barrs complete their South American land-sail adventure
Sally Magnusson encourages Playlist for Life at Glenalmond College