Paul Tyrrell

“I love Government and Politics because of the debating and analysis of political issues.”

School: 
Formerly at Treloar's School

Matt Hutchinson

"I was nervous before my first day at College as I knew few people from my previous school that came to Alton. However after a week or so I managed to find my feet and have really enjoyed it ever since. I like the more relaxed feel and general look of the College, and being able to sort out any issues at the Hub is also great."

School: 
Formerly at All Hallows Catholic School

Chloe Hatherley

"I love having a Starbucks on site and the shop is really useful for when I'm in need of chocolate!"

School: 
Formerly at The Petersfield School

Outstanding examination results!

Alton College students, yet again, are celebrating outstanding examination results with a near 99% pass rate at A Level.

At 56%, more than half of all students taking A levels achieved the very top grades of A*- B and nearly 85% overall celebrated high grades of A* - C.

Celebrating excellent results

Alton College students, yet again, are celebrating outstanding examination results with a near 99% pass rate at A Level. At 56%, more than half of all students taking A levels achieved the very top grades of A*- B and nearly 85% overall celebrated high grades of A* - C. In addition, Alton College has beaten the national average at the very highest grades of A* - A.

Alumni launched for former students

We are celebrating our 35th birthday this year and to mark the occasion we've launched our brand new alumni association.

Since our first intake of just 226 students in 1978, the College has dramatically grown in size with new buildings opening every few years.

Russell Howard with students at Alton College

We are celebrating our 35th birthday this year and to mark the occasion we've launched our brand new alumni association. Since our first intake of just 226 students in 1978, the College has dramatically grown in size with new buildings opening every few years.

Students join venture with the police

Our Public Services department has joined forces with Hampshire Constabulary to introduce a brand new Student Watch scheme.

14 students have already signed up, been vetted by the Hampshire Police and started the 10-module course.

Students begin 'Log it Alton' with the Police

'Student Watch' is a Hampshire Police project that is being run in the College for the first time. 14 students completing the Uniformed level 2 or level 3 Public Services course have already signed up, been vetted by the Hampshire Police and started the 10 module course.

Southern Jazz Centre in full swing

The Berkoff Performing Arts Centre has hosted several music events over the last few weeks with the most recent bringing the Centre alive with the sound of jazz.

During the day, eight different bands and over 40 different young musicians from across the region performed at the Southern Jazz Centre's inaugural Jazz Festival.

Alton College Jazz Orchestra

The Berkoff Performing Arts Centre has hosted several music events over the last few weeks with the most recent bringing the Centre alive with the sound of jazz. During the day, eight different bands and over 40 different young musicians from across the region performed at the Southern Jazz Centre's inaugural Jazz Festival.

Schools come together in Maths competition

For the first time ever, pupils from year 6 and year 10 came together to take part in the Alton College Team Maths Challenge. 

The 6 teams, made up of secondary and primary school pupils, took part in a fun and challenging Maths competition hosted here at College.

Maths challenge winners from Amery Hill and St Lawrence Primary

For the first time ever, pupils from year 6 and year 10 came together to take part in the Alton College Team Maths Challenge. The 6 teams, made up of secondary and primary school pupils, took part in a fun and challenging Maths competition hosted here at College.

Russell Howard strikes Gold

Drama and Theatre Studies student Charlie Essex has collected a prestigious Association of Colleges (AoC) Gold Award on behalf of former student Russell Howard, comedian and TV presenter.

Charlie Essex receives award on behalf of Russell Howard

Drama and Theatre Studies student Charlie Essex has collected a prestigious Association of Colleges (AoC) Gold Award on behalf of former student Russell Howard, comedian and TV presenter.

Open Day

We're holding an Open Day on Wednesday 26th June 2013 from 3.30pm - 8.00pm.

Open Day June 2013

Come and join us to find out more about the College.

 

 

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