Talented artist and alumna Tessa Lyons, previously at Eggar’s school, studied BTEC National Diploma in Art and Design at College before achieving a degree in illustration at the University of Brighton. Currently combining her love of landscapes, climbing and art, she lives and is exhibiting in the Lake District. 

Each year students leave us and go on to study at top class universities or gain employment or even become TV stars! Jasmine Hodge, formerly at Eggar's School, studied A levels in English Language and Literature, Drama and Art and Design. She was scouted on social media to enter Lifetime TV's show Britain's Next Top Model and she put her journalist aspirations on hold to take part in the show. 

The Senior Maths Team finished an exceptional 13th out of 86 teams in the National Finals of the UK Senior Team Maths Challenge in London recently. The team (pictured with Dave Lynch, Curriculum Manager for Maths) comprising of Chris Hughes, Ali Bayliss, Paul Cumner and Will Young competed in several challenges including a shuttle round in which they achieved 100%. 


There's still time to apply to study here at one of Hampshire's top sixth form colleges. The deadline is 31 March 2016.

Each year hundreds of students #chooseAltonCollege, find out why here. Our next Open Day is Monday 4 July, 3.30-8pm.

College alumna, Yvette Cooper, MP for Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford, previously at Eggar's School, returned last Friday to take part in an amazing Q&A session as part of a series of regular talks@altoncollege to give students insight into different careers and industries. 

Alton College’s music department are celebrating a symphony of good news this month with six students being offered places to study at the UK’s top Conservatoires (the musical equivalent of university) while world class jazz trumpeter and alumna Laura Jurd, previously at Amery Hill, returns to campus to teach the Specialist Music Performance (Jazz) course.