Unrivalled for space and opportunity
Scots All Saints College is unrivalled for space and opportunity, offering two spacious rural, open campuses with beautiful heritage buildings, picturesque tree-dotted grounds and comfortable classrooms with modern facilities. Scots All Saints College boasts parkland, ovals and learning facilities to support the learning and development of students from Preparatory School to Year 12.
Junior School Campus
All Saints’ College was established 145 years ago on over 70 acres of picturesque grounds. Our superb facility is located just three hours’ drive (210 km) from the heart of Sydney.
Located at Bathurst, NSW, our Junior School as it is now known, has the benefit of country living with spacious grounds and a broad variety of facilities to support the learning and development of all students.
We have five sporting ovals, a sports centre with an indoor basketball/volleyball/badminton/netball court, tennis courts, netball courts and a 25 metre swimming pool. The Campus also offers the use of modern classrooms and new technology.
- Spacious playgrounds
- Five sporting ovals
- Sports centre
- 25 metre swimming pool
- Art facilities
- Innovation STEM Centre
Senior School Campus
Our Senior Campus on the Sydney-side east of Bathurst offers a dedicated space for secondary students and boarders from Years 7-12 to learn, grow and explore. With over 100 acres offering excellence in education within a stunning rural setting.
Administration Building Karralee House, Our historic main building was built in 1874. Aikman Hall opened in 1975
- 25 metre swimming Pool
- Tim Richards Pavillion
- Adrian Lamrock Performing Arts Centre (PAC)
- Hunter Sports Centre
- Cameron Library
- Sporting Ovals
- Three Boarding Houses
- Werona Agriculture Centre
“I am thrilled to welcome all prospective families to Scots All Saints College. I believe we have a truly unique country boarding and day offering but more than that, our College is a place where our students are given every opportunity to thrive in a supportive and nurturing environment. It is a place where we all hold the same values and where each child is aspirational for his or her peers. Beyond this, we are focused on individual students and supporting them to strive to achieve their personal best. Backed by a strong and caring community of families and alumni, students develop a wonderful network of friendships that last well beyond the school gate into the future. I believe a lifelong love of learning starts here and know that we encourage this very important character strength in all our students.
One of the best parts of my job is welcoming new children to our College community from Prep through to Year 11, watching them grow and knowing they will be able to follow their dreams. I always tell new students “you won’t remember everything I tell you about the College, but you will remember how you feel about this place.” It’s hard to explain, but you will know once you have visited our campuses just what I mean.
If you are interested in exploring the options for your child, please start a conversation by contacting me on 02 6333 4726. I look forward to introducing you to our wonderful Scots All Saints community”.