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Our Head of Sixth Form, Steve Smith, gives some excellent advice in this blog on how to draft a really strong personal statement.
In four years as Head of Sixth Form he has proof-read over 300 personal statements, always the greatest hurdle when it comes to submitting UCAS applications in a timely fashion.
Glenalmond College has performed strongly in the 2019 Highers, with pupils achieving a 100% pass rate, grade C and above, in several subjects including English and History, according to the results published by Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) today.
A Level and Higher Geography pupils undertake fieldwork in Glen Clova at the end of last term.
Lower Sixth pupil, Scarlett H, has had her extra-curricular history essay published on 'Scottish History Network'.
Update on the First Impressions Count assesments
Glenalmond College celebrates Confirmation of 14 Pupils
Pupils spent part of their Easter holiday in Nice, practising their spoken French
Glenalmond College’s production of ‘The Sound of Music’ was far from the twee tale of a singing nun that we might have been expecting!
We introduce our College Prefects for 2018-2019
Congratulations to all our pupils who have now received their A level results! The overall pass rate for Glenalmond pupils was 98.7% and we are very proud of all of our leavers as they now look towards their university careers.
Glenalmond College has achieved an outstanding 100% pass rate at grade C and above for language Highers after re-introducing the SQA qualifications into the curriculum as an option for all pupils for the first time since the turn of the century.
Sixth Former, Cameron S, finishes the annual Abernethy Hill Race in a record breaking time.
Our History of Art and English Literature pupils participated in a cross-curricular workshop to discuss the changing role of women in the 19th Century.
Six Glenalmond pupils travelled to St Fillans to perform at the St Fillans Music Circle private music appreciation society.
Pupils explore the work of Welsh poet, Jonathan Edwards
Three Glenalmond pupils have received offers to study at Oxbridge Universities from September 2018
Everyone’s favourite kooky family are now due on the Glenalmond stage from Thurs 30th Nov - Sun 3rd Dec at 7.30pm.
Introducing our College Prefects for the 2017-2018 academic year
A-Level results continue to improve at Glenalmond.
Pupils from the Lower Sixth spent part of the Easter break undertaking their practice expedition for the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Canoe Award.