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Tia Ruel, an Alton College student, previously at Treloar’s School, is hoping to be one of the next set of Paralympians going to Tokyo in 2020 to represent Team GB in the sport of boccia. She is currently studying for the BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport at College and hopes to become a full-time boccia player when she completes her studies. Boccia is a precision ball sport related to...

Talented Maths students achieved a close second to independent King Edward VI School at the regional finals of the Senior Team Maths Challenge. Both teams will compete at the National Final in Feb 2016. Local Hampshire college, Peter Symonds took third place.

The Alton College Team (pictured) comprising of Chris Hughes (previously at Amery Hill School), Ali Bayliss (previously...

ITN newscaster and journalist Alastair Stewart OBE and his son Freddie Stewart, Alton College alumnus who was previously at Bedales School, hosted a brilliant Q&A session for students in the Wessex Arts Theatre on campus, last week.

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Alton College students present an extravaganza of song and dance; Stories Without Words on 16th -18th December at 7:30pm in the Wessex Theatre. 'Stories Without Words' follows the journey of one couple, from their first date, through marriage, family and beyond. The story, told entirely through Popular Song and Musical Numbers, explores the difficulties that the path through life can...

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 the off-spinning all-rounder...