A warm and sincere welcome is extended to families to join Scots All Saints College – a premier, independent College with Christian values, offering quality co-education to more than 750 day and boarding students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12. Set on expansive grounds of more than 200 acres, the College is centrally located within NSW across three campuses in Bathurst and Lithgow. With its picturesque rural setting, the College beautifully presents four distinct seasons, providing a wonderful landscape by the Macquarie River for young people to thrive in a safe, secure environment and enjoy a space to be.
Scots All Saints College is one of the largest in land size nationally, yet maintains the charm of a small, rural school dedicated to providing balanced education to motivate students to be the best they can be.
As a new College established in 2019, Scots All Saints College has all the modern facilities expected within an innovative College of the future, combined with a proud history of over 218 combined years in regional education. The Scots School (1946-2018) and All Saints’ College (1874-2018) have enjoyed a longstanding reputation as leading schools of excellence.
Building on a strong foundation, Scots All Saints College offers an inspired learning environment with positive pastoral care and student wellbeing programs within a friendly, approachable and supportive school community. A Junior School (Pre-Kindergarten to Year 4) and Middle School (Years 5-8) is
available on All Saints Campus, Pre-Kindergarten and Senior School (Years 9-12) on Scots Campus and Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6 on Lithgow Campus. Boarding is available from Year 5 onwards in four newly renovated boarding houses located on Scots Campus.
A wide subject choice is offered by highly qualified and caring teachers. Leadership skills are built at every level of a student’s journey across innovative academic programs and access to diverse co-curricular programs specialising in agriculture, equestrian, music, performing arts, debating, iSTEM and leadership such as, Cadets and The Duke of Edinburgh. Year 12 and Year 8 Captains and Prefects take on significant leadership roles to build maturity
and responsibility to give them a distinct advantage for life.
Today 130 boarding students from rural and regional, urban and international cultures, are proud to call Scots All Saints College their ‘home away from home’, enjoying the benefits of friendship and connection while living and learning together on campus. Providing an idyllic rural charm, for many students off the land this brings a sense of comfort. Students can indulge in big, open spaces to grow and learn with the warmth of that small country feel where
community values of resilience, heart and hospitality play a key role.
Generations of students have attended the College, forming lifelong connections and support networks. A passionate past students’ alumni continue to be actively engaged with the College through fundraising, volunteerism and sharing their experiences to inspire students.
Scots All Saints College have two exciting upcoming events. The Highland Gathering will be held on Sunday 24th March from 10am – 4pm and includes highland games and dancing, pipes and drums competition, rides, food and coffee. There will be campus tours at 12pm and 2pm on the day.
On Monday 25th March the College will hold a Try Middle School Day from 9am – 3pm. Prospective students will be able to join the classes, meet the teachers and enjoy the specialist facilities on offer. Start a positive future for your child now and contact the College to explore the possibilities
on 02 6331 3911 or visit www.scotsallsaints.nsw.edu.au/TryUs