A visit to Glenalmond College is recommended for all parents wishing to send their children to one of the top independent schools in Scotland.
We hope that our website is a useful source of information about the school, and you might also want to request a copy of our prospectus and have a look at the films about the school. However, the best way to get a feel for what Glenalmond has to offer is by looking around our 300 acre campus yourself and looking in on the classrooms and Houses.
As you would expect when you are visiting one of the top boarding schools in Scotland, you will receive individual attention during your visit.
You are welcome at Glenalmond at any mutually convenient time, with or without your son or daughter.
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When you arrive you will have a chance to meet with the Warden, and will be taken on a tour of the school in the company of pupils (in term time) when you should feel free to ask any questions. The pupils will take you to the key areas of Glenalmond College, including the science centre, the music school, the chapel and the library, and you will have time to talk to some of our teachers.
Your visit will also provide the opportunity to tour at least one boarding house in the company of its Housemaster or Housemistress.
During the day you will also be able to talk to our Head of Admissions who can address any queries you might have about the application process or any other issues.
If you would like to visit Glenalmond, please complete the form below, call our Head of Admissions, Mr Mike Jeffers, on +44 (0)1738 842144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org