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SCOTS ALL SAINTS COLLEGE


Scots All Saints College is a Presbyterian independent co-educational college for day and boarding students. Day students from Pre-Kindergarten (four-five year olds) to Year 12 day and boarding students from Year 6 to 12 on campus. Boarder parent accommodation on campus available form an affordable $20 per night.

Scots All Saints College is set over three beautiful campuses. The Senior Campus (Years 9 to 12) will be at the Scots campus. The Middle School (Years 5 to 8) and the Junior School (K to Year 4) will be accommodated on the All Saints Campus. Boarding will be located on the Scots Campus for both girls and boys from Years 6 to 12. Pre-Kindergarten is offered on both campuses.

Scots All Saints College aims to bring out the best in all its students. Scots All Saints College offers encouraging and dynamic programs to children of all abilities within a safe, picturesque country setting. With a wide range of subjects and co-curricular activities, the college gives every individual the opportunity and resources to grow — academically, culturally and socially. A new Performing Arts Academy offers all students a blended experience in music, drama, dance and media. A state-of-the-art STEM Innovation Centre with 6 learning labs for project-based collaborative learning is being built in 2020 and the first of its kind in regional NSW.

Facilities: Boys’ and girls’ boarding houses, agriculture complex, performing arts centre, multiple sports fields and ovals, natural and synthetic turf cricket pitches, a variety of sports courts, indoor sports complex, 25m indoor heated swimming pool, 25m outdoor swimming pool, computer laboratories, library, design and technology facilities, multi-purpose pavilion, horse boarding and equestrian.

Curriculum Years 7 to 10: English, Mathematics, Geography, LOTE, Commerce, Agriculture, Science, Music, Design and Technology, Drama, Visual Arts, Information Software Technology, Christian Studies and
PD/Health/PE.

Curriculum Years 11 and 12: English, Extension English 1 and 2, Mathematics, Extension Mathematics 1 and 2, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Design and Technology, Agriculture, Drama, Business Studies, Geography, Modern History, Ancient History, Studies of Religion, Visual Arts, PD/H/PE, Music, Music Extension, VET courses and LOTE distance courses in languages.

Sport: Cricket, rugby union, equestrian, soccer, girls’ hockey, tennis, swimming, basketball, cross-country running, netball, athletics, fitness training, touch football, indoor soccer.

Co-curricular activities: Cadets, debating, chess, drama, Pipes and Drums Band, concert band, string ensembles, private music lessons, choir, public speaking, equestrian team, musical productions, Rural Fire Service Cadets, highland dancing, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, Cattle Team.

Welfare and personal development: Scots All Saints College has introduced a new student wellbeing program across the college called Positive Education with leading international Positive Psychologist, Dr Paula Robinson training staff, students and parents.

Scholarships: Open annually for tuition and boarding from Term 4 to February across 5 categories of Academic, All-Rounder, Agriculture, Music, Pipes and Drums/Highland Dancing. Sibling discounts are available.

 

Head of College: Mr John Weeks.

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Religion Christian
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment Approximately 700 students
Fees: 4k - 8k
Day: $4900 (Kindergarten), $15,580 (Year 12) || Boarding: $20,780 Scholarships and sibling discounts are available
Phone
+ 61 2 ******* + 61 2 6331 3917
Address 70 Eglinton Road, Bathurst 2795
Email
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connect@scotsallsaints.nsw.edu.au
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