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 Glenalmond College Gala Concert at Perth Concert Hall on Sunday 4 March 2018
Success for our Glenalmond Cross Country runners at the Glenalmond and Strathallan invitationals last week
New bus route announced for Glenalmond College Day Pupils
Two Glenalmond pupils are through to Poetry by Heart Scotland finals.
Tom M-U and Beatrice T recently represented Glenalmond College in the regional heats of the Poetry by Heart Scotland competition.
Five Glenalmond girls are selected for Lacrosse Scotland U19 B squad
The Glenalmond Skiers Compete in the British Schoolboys' and Schoolgirls' Races 2018
Thomas R and Iona L represent Glenalmond College in the 18th year of the Brooks Exchange
We will once again be holding a Day Pupil Open Day on Saturday 17 March 2018 which is specifically designed to give visitors a real feel for life as a day pupil at Glenalmond College.
A small band of Glenalmond pipers competed at the Vale of Atholl solo piping competition in Pitlochry this weekend.
Rosie F and Thomas G-F recently signed the horse's skull - a Glenalmond tradition dating back to 1848.
Three Glenalmond pupils have received offers to study at Oxbridge Universities from September 2018
Our talented pupils have been taking part in the Scottish Poetry Library’s competition learning and reciting two poems by heart.
Our Glenalmond squad of 22 faced local rivals Strathallan School, in the Final of the U18 Scottish Schools Cup at Murrayfield Stadium
The influential Who’s Who, the weighty reference book that contains 33,000 concise biographical details on some of the most powerful, influential and talented people on the planet, has included Glenalmond’s Warden, Elaine Logan, for the first time.
Glenalmond’s senior musical comedy production of the eponymous freaky family leapt from the school stage in an hilarious and moving extravaganza, leaving audiences laughing and crying in equal measure over four packed nights…
The Glenalmond Junior Ball took place on Sunday 3 December, with almost 100 boys and girls enjoying an evening of dancing.
This year's Autumn Concert took place on Sunday 19 November and involved over 100 pupils performing a variety of pieces with great success.
Come dine with them. Have you ever wondered what two world-leading scientists would discuss if time-travel were possible? Hugh C Shields (Reid’s 78-82) did and the result is his recently published book, Hawking and Einstein go to dinner.
Campbell Gibson OG has signed for Rice University with a golf scholarship.
Glenalmond's 1st XV win in an epic final minute kick during a very tense rugby match against Fettes