co-educational boarding on campus
living and learning on campus
Boarding is organised into three separate boy and girl Boarding Houses on Scots Campus for Years 9 -12- Ives House, Galloway House and Thompson House.
All Saints Campus offers boarding for Middle School students Years 5 – 8 in Marsden House and Lyon House – two separate wings of a large on campus living space for younger boarders.
Most Boarding Houses have been recently upgraded to offer comfortable, private accommodation. Each House has kitchen areas, toilets, showers and modern recreational rooms with lounges and TV screens. Email is available through the House wireless network.
All meals are provided daily for boarding students on Scots Campus or All Saints Campus during school hours. Meals are nutritionally balanced by professional caterers in the campus Dining hall. Many day students opt-in for lunches at the College. Meal times are regarded as important community building opportunities where the boarders and day students forge friendships as they share lunches together.
facilities on offer
Outdoor facilities within the College grounds at Scots Campus and All Saints Campus, include of tennis courts, indoor/ outdoor aquatic centre, sports centre, cricket nets and various ovals and playing fields. The Performing Arts Centre, library, sports centre, swimming pool, gym equipment, picnic tables and gardens are available during designated times with supervision.
Boarding Houses overlook open spaces, the equestrian facilities and paddocks where students who own their own horse can agist them on campus and live in close proximity to their animals. Students with horse are invited to learn more about our equestrian program and agricultural programs including the award-winning cattle team which attends local, regional and Sydney Shows.
Scots All Saints College is a member of the Australian Boarding Schools Association (ABSA).
Please see the Boarding Handbook for additional information.