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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We are delighted to announce the Captains of Coll for academic year 2019-2020
It has been a busy old term for the Pipes & Drums with performances and competitions going on throughout the term. Read more about what our performers have been up to.
It's all aboard for a Scottish boarding school. The Spring edition of the Boarding Schools' Association magazine has a feature on life as a boarder in Scotland and features Glenalmond being set in "300 acres of glorious rolling Perthshire countryside..."
Amazing day to have virtually the whole school out together on the school golf course for the annual Glenlamond Steeplechase. The day showed that sport can bring everyone together, no matter how fast or slow you run, everyone was cheered the whole way round and through the finish line, whatever their position.
The latest Glenalmond Life magazine, which is produced by the College and reflects life as part of the school's community, has just been published.
Glenalmond is absolutely thrilled to announce that one if its pupils has won the much-coveted, national competition, The 2018 Poetry by Heart Scotland Final.
Reid's faced Goodacre's in the final of the Junior House Debating Competition
Several paintings of the landscape surrounding Glenlamond College are currently featuring in an exhibition at the much-respected gallery
New bus route announced for Glenalmond College Day Pupils
A small band of Glenalmond pipers competed at the Vale of Atholl solo piping competition in Pitlochry this weekend.
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.
‘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).
Charlie A comes 1st in the British XC MTB National series...
Charlie A notches up another win at the Cross Country Mountain Biking National Series
OG XI v Glenalmond 1st XI, Sunday 30th April 2017
A chilly spring day greeted the OG team to their old stomping ground at Glenalmond, a team this year comprising a mixture of youth, skill, cricketing experience and humour. This has sometimes been a rarity in years gone by, partly down to the various humiliations on the field that have gone before.
Glenalmond pupil George B spent his Easter break playing rugby for the Scotland U16 Blues team and came away a winner.
Congratulations to Charlie A who is celebrating a win at the HSBC UK National Cross Country mountain-biking competition at Pembrey Country Park in Wales over the Easter holiday.
Glenalmond are delighted that one of their pupils Charlie A has been nominated along with other local athletes in this years' prestigious Alison Wilson Junior Sports Person of the Year for 2017. The ceremony will take place at the Perth Grammar School Theatre on 3 March. This award is in recognition for the achievements of our local athletes, clubs, officials and coaches.
Congratulations to Jack S who achieved a silver medal at the British Mathematical Olympiad on 2 December.
Charlie A continues his winning streak! After a training session with the Scottish Juniors at Peebles, he went on to win the third round of the Scottish Cyclocross series, held at Strathclyde Park.