The College is holding an Open Day for those interested in our Adult Education courses. If you're interested in the Supporting Teaching & Learning course or the Early Years Educatior course these start in March. Pop in on Wednesday 31 January (10am-8pm) to find out more.

Sophia Buchanan Barlow, previously at Calthorpe Parke School was presented with the Steve Millar Award for Excellence in Geography. The award is given to the highest achieving Geography student at the end of year one of their A level studies.

Alton College is the number 1 choice for STEM subjects in East Hampshire and 40% of students go on to study STEM subjects at University. 2018 is 'The Year of Engineering'  and the College has a broad range of activities planned from innovative talks to hands-on workshops. 

Congratulations to Damian Hinds, East Hants MP on his new role in the cabinet as Secretary of State for Education. Damian is a frequent visitor to the College (the only Sixth Form in his constituency) and he describes us as 'the jewel in East Hants' crown'. (Pictured here with a previous Students' Union)

2017 was another exceptional year for the College with an outstanding set of exam results (99.2% pass at A level), an innovative new College day providing up to 50 hours more teaching each year and a 10am start for students, a brand new enrichment programme for extra-curricular activities and much more. 

Online applications are open for studying at one of Hampshire's Top Performing Colleges with a broad range of A level and vocational courses and bespoke extra-curricular programmes including a dedicated More Able and Talented course and a new College Day with up to 50 hours more teaching time and a 10am start! Guidance interviews take place between October and April.