Glenlee was College's first purpose-built boarding house, finished in 1901. However, Glenlee was initially established in 1886 in what is now Malmaision Hotel on Bayshill Road.
Glenlee has a fascinating history, from the ichthyosaurus skeleton found while building the foundations, to its use as an American Army hospital during WW2.
Today, it is a modern boarding house, which is spacious inside and out, and the pupils take great advantage of the outdoor space, with a back garden that opens onto the College Health and Fitness Centre grounds.
"I joined College in the Autumn of 2014 having previously been a boarding Housemistress for 28 years at a variety of Prep Schools. I have taught French, PSHE and Sport, and was Head of Pastoral Care at Casterton, Sedbergh Prep School, Cumbria.
"My husband, Matt, is Head of Classics at a local Prep School. My son, Lewis, is studying at Warwick University and my daughter, Xanthe, is training to become a primary school teacher.
"Glenlee is known for its kind, friendly and homely atmosphere, where all the staff and girls work together well as a team. The Glenlee mantra is ‘COGS’ – Collective Optimism and Glenlee Spirit."
Mrs Colette Dobbs