Don't be bored this Boxing Day - bring the family to Wessex Arts @altoncollege for a marvellous, magical adventure: Santa in Love! Fantastic musical theatre for all ages. Tickets £8.50 includes present from Santa. Performance starts 2.30pm, cafe bar opens 2pm. Book here


Talented Art students Ella Barton, previously at Bohunt School and Flo Saralis previously at Amery Hill School, have been picked from hundreds to exhibit their work at the Royal Society of British Artists annual show at the Mall Galleries, London from 11-15 March 2015.

We are committed to ensuring our high achieving students maximise their potential by going on to study at top universities including Oxford and Cambridge. Speak to current MAT students and our inspiring and experienced staff at Open Day (Tues 25 Nov) Room 401. 

Read more on MAT at Alton College and Gamze's experience on page 14-15 of the new prospectus.



Breaking all known records our students achieved 20 Gold, 20 Silver and 20 Bronze awards in the Senior Maths Challenge this month. Five go on to the British Maths Olympiad, eight go on to the Senior Maths Kangaroo and a further two received a Certificate of Distinction at the Mathematical Olympiad for Girls.

Not one, or two, but three amazing opportunities to see our Performing Arts students in 'Night at the Movies', a musical and dance extravaganza! First is the FREE performance for schools on Wed 17 Dec, 1pm then two public shows on Weds 17 and Thurs 18 Dec at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £5.50 (£4.50 concessions). Read more on how to book.

Each year independent registered charity, The Alton College Foundation, rewards our students for effort and excellence. Applications are open to first and second year students and close on 30 November. Georgina Hawes previously studied at Farnborough Hill School and received the Alton College Foundation Steve Millar Award this term.