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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The Leavers' Ball 2019 will be held in the grounds of the School on Saturday 29 June.
Glenlamond College welcomes Kitty Lindsay as the new Director of Admissions
Post exams, the Third Form spent an amazing day writing, producing and editing their very own magazine style TV chat show.
The Diana Award's Anti-Bullying Programme comes to Glenalmond
With sun shining, and the grounds looking magnificent, the Friends of Glenalmond (FOG) held a Vintage Sale and afternoon tea at the Cricket Pavilion on Half-term Friday.
Lower Sixth pupil, Scarlett H, has had her extra-curricular history essay published on 'Scottish History Network'.
OG Kaleem Baretto (11-17, Goodacre's) has been selected for the Scotland 7's squad in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens series.
32 GCSE Geography pupils enjoyed amazing weather on the Auchnafree estate last week.
Prior to half-term, our 3rd Form pupils joined Warden, Hugh Ouston, to listen to the birds in full song.
You are warmly invited to the Glenalmond College 2019 Junior Production, an irreverent take on Ibsen's classic but enigmatic 1867 play, 'Peer Gynt'.
It was wins for Home and Patchell's at Sports Day 2019
Update on the First Impressions Count assesments
Glenalmond pupils are renowned for their courtesy. How will they fare with Glenalmond’s brand new workplace skills test?
Glenalmond College pupils and staff donned their brighest clothing in an effort to support LGBT+ charity, Stonewall.
Glenalmond College celebrates Confirmation of 14 Pupils
On Sunday 28 April, the entire Chapel Choir travelled to Edinburgh to perform as a part of the St Giles at Six concert series.
Let us entertain you at St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh on Sunday 28 April at 6pm
Pupils spent part of their Easter holiday in Nice, practising their spoken French
Last week, we planted a total of 157 oak trees in the School grounds to represent the Old Glenalmonds who lost their lives during the First World War.
On Tuesday 26 March our golf course became a sea of colour, noise and energy as all of our pupils ran in the annual Steeplechase race.