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Glenalmond College and OG teams compete in the Scottish Islands Peaks Race this weekend
Once again, there's an opportunity to meet staff from the College and find out a lot more about our Boarding and Day school when we visit a series of summer fairs throughout the country
Mike Jeffers: mountaineer, maths guru, model maker, featured in the newspaper alongside his 1/6 scale model of the ‘Red Baron’s’ infamous ‘Albatros’ biplane while marking the 100 year anniversary of the pilot’s death on 21 April 1918.
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..."
OG Ryan Bromilow (Skrine's 2015-17) featured in The Times' T2 Section on Tuesday 10 April, as part of a piece on talented youngsters who have been offered a chance to go to a British boarding school with the SpringBoard Bursary Foundation...
Glenalmond College it delighted to announce that it has been awarded the Foundation Level of the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
Craigclowan Prep School and Glenalmond College have featured in The Times newspaper. One of the country's top prep schools, and feeder to Glenalmond, Craigclowan has capitalised on its strong educational brand and made an historic move to open several nurseries in and around Beijing. Understandably, this has made headlines...
Head of Classics, George Pounder, was called in to translate a never-before-seen 400 year old Latin transcript found in the National Archives,
London. The results were a splash in The Times newspaper with a follow-up Leader column...
Adam Dudgeon (Goodacre’s 04-09) and Gareth Davies (Patchell’s 04-09) skied in the brutal Birkebeiner cross country ski race (54km) in Norway last weekend, raising funds for the legendary ex-Scottish rugby player Doddie Weir and his charity, dedicated to researching the causes and investigating potential cures of Motor Neurone Disease.
Head of Modern Languages, Oxbridge Applications and Senior Teacher in charge of Tutoring, Jenny Davey, describes, in Independent Education Today, the school’s recent, sector-leading, decision to insist that every pupil study four subjects in their Lower Sixth year...