scots all saints college in the community
Scots All Saints College is a new regional College of choice in Bathurst and Lithgow, NSW strengthened by the merger of The Scots School (1946-2018) and All Saints’ College (1874-2018) with full integration taking place in January 2019. Both schools have enjoyed a wonderful history as leading schools of excellence with local students from Bathurst and the surrounding towns and a strong boarding environment with students from the Central West, Sydney, interstate and overseas.
For a student to achieve their full potential, outstanding pastoral care and a strong sense of community are vital. This is a key priority for our team who care for their students as individuals. We are fortunate to have a very strong community where the school and parents work in cooperation for the very best outcome for the students. A very active Parents’ & Friends’ Association drives fundraising activities and events in partnership with the College, with its many subgroups. This group also creates a rich, connected community for the benefit of the students.
The rich heritage and culture of Scots All Saints College is unique and celebrated throughout College life and the environment with archives, memorabilia displays and memorials to honour past students. Strong connections to the schools are maintained through active Alumni groups for The Scots School, Bathurst and Lithgow and All Saints’ College, Bathurst. An All Saints’ College Foundation is maintained as an independent community-based organisation with a Board of Directors comprising of parents, friends and supporters who contribute funds to the College building works and infrastructure upgrades.
Through various community projects and partnerships, Scots All Saints College can build relationships with community groups of all ages including the residents of Macquarie Care Group and the Seymour Centre, Bathurst.
These thriving, well-connected and inclusive community networks allow students to thrive and to enjoy space to be.
For further information, please contact the College on 02 6331 3911.