Alton College Performing Arts students present an extravaganza of song and dance; Story Without Words on 16-18 December at 7:30pm in Wessex Arts Centre. Tickets are available here  

As part of our ongoing commitment to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) we’ve teamed up with Exscitec to offer two exciting talks: The Physics of Tea: Making the Cuppa Cool, Fri 4 Dec and The Ugly Animal Roadshow, Thurs 10 Dec both 7-8pm. Buy tickets here

Former Alton College student Brad Taylor, previously at Eggar’s School, was recently named Captain of England Under 19s by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for their upcoming tour against Sri Lanka and India in Colombo next month. BBC South Today featured Brad on the 6pm news slot, interviewing him whilst the squad were training. We caught up with him once filming had finished... 

The College has been ranked the second highest-achieving Sixth Form College in Hampshire and the third in the South by The Sunday Times. It takes 11th place of the 75 surveyed Sixth Form Colleges in the UK. The results include the top students' exam results, specifically the percentage of AAB grades achieved at A level including two facilitating subjects.

Talented Art and Design students impressed an experienced group of judges with industry standard work in a BBC2 Dragon's Den style session held annually as part of the course. After much deliberation Alice Burgin, previously at Calthorpe Park and Ophelia Luck, previously at Robert May's were awarded joint first place.

An outstanding set of results were achieved by Alton College students at the Senior Maths Challenge, 18 gaining gold, 27 silver and 25 bronze. Chris Hughes, previously at Amery Hill School, was an exceptional participant scoring 100% with 125 out of 125. Chris, along with two other students, has progressed through to the British Maths Olympiad 1.