Part of being at Glenalmond, and subsequently an OG, is the sense of community and common spirit.
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After a period of refurbishment, this weekend we celebrated the opening of Goodacre's as a Girls House
We celebrated the re-opening of Cairnies as a Junior Boys House in the company of pupils, their parents and our staff from past and present.
A-Level results continue to improve at Glenalmond.
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.
The Warden recently wrote about the complex issue of neurodiversity in The Scotsman newspaperand the better understanding these days of these talented children.
‘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).
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....