Senior School

Our vision focuses on developing students into successful men and women and preparing them for an ever-changing world

The Senior Schools’ dedicated campus has been designed to cater for your child’s needs during their senior years of school in Years 7 – 12. Located on over 100 acres of stunning grounds, the campus is a safe and secure environment where students have the space to learn and grow.

Scots All Saints College encourages students to become original thinkers through unique learning opportunities in a nurturing environment. Academic excellence is also a hallmark of our collaborative approach to learning and a positive outcome of the strong relationships formed between teachers and students. The College is proudly ranked as the top performing school in the Central West region of NSW, in HSC and NAPLAN results across all year groups.

We believe that learning comes from doing; each student can follow their chosen pathway to a fulfilling education and co-curricular success. Our wide range of elective subject choices enables students to develop patterns of study, best suited to their interests, abilities and future needs. We encourage your child to embrace learning that develops creative and critical thinking skills beyond the standard curriculum, in areas such as problem solving, collaboration, verbal communication and interpersonal dispositions/skills/emotional intelligence.

Our highly qualified and professional staff are committed to the wellbeing of every student to develop them into lifelong learners. By embracing the Christian values that have guided the College since its foundation, students are inspired to thrive and excel. The opportunities at Scots All Saints College are extensive and we encourage every student to embrace all that is on offer.

Justin Adams
Deputy Head, Head of Senior School

Core components of our program:

At the Scots All Saints College Senior School we offer an engaging and rigorous academic program, encouraging your child to reach their potential. Our programs are guided by evidence-based research, ensuring best practice teaching strategies.


Our curriculum is guided by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) for Stage 4 (Year 7 & 8), Stage 5 (Year 9 & 10) and Stage 6 (Years 11 & 12). The College’s curriculum offerings at Stage 5 include subjects that are broad in their scope and provide a suitable foundation for Stage 6 (Years 11 & 12).

Core components of the curriculum include:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Languages
  • Creative and Performing Arts
  • Human Society and its Environment (HSIE)
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)
  • Technologies
  • VET in Years 9 & 10 (Stage 5)
  • Visual Arts (online exhibition)

Academic Support and Extension

Your child’s individual academic needs will be supported via the Independent Learning Centre’s support and extension programs. An ‘After School Homework Centre’ is available on Monday afternoons. Year 12 students have a dedicated academic mentor.

Co-curricular opportunities

At Scots All Saints College, students are encouraged to experience a wide range of cultural, musical and sporting opportunities. Co-curricular opportunities available to your child include:

  • Performing Arts
  • Music
  • Highland dancing
  • Debating, Drama & Public Speaking
  • Duke of Edinburgh
  • Da Vinci Decathlon
  • Pipes and Drums
  • Cattle Show team
  • Australian Army Cadets
  • NSW Rural Fire Service training
  • Sport
Student Wellbeing and pastoral care

Scots All Saints College prides itself on supporting students to reach their full potential through outstanding pastoral care and a strong sense of community. Every student is recognised as an individual and is provided with the opportunity to build their confidence and resilience, to enjoy school, to be challenged and to grow as individuals as they journey through the College.

Strong relationships, supportive teachers and an inclusive culture combine to create a caring and nurturing environment where students have the space to explore, learn and grow. We are fortunate to have a very strong community where the School and parents work collaboratively. Positive Psychology has also been introduced in the context of a Christian worldview to promote wellbeing, positive relationships and a life of meaning for our students.

Scots All Saints College has a comprehensive Wellbeing Program that ensures every student is cared for so that they can thrive and grow into strong and connected young adults.

Our Student Wellbeing Program aims to:

  • Support and care for our students as they grow and develop from childhood to adulthood
  • Teach students pro-social attitudes
  • Assist students to attain skills to deal with conflict, disappointment, failure and other emotions
  • To build self-esteem and self-efficacy
  • To give students the knowledge and skills to deal with anxiety, stress and depression
  • To build self-confident people who flourish
Student Leadership

At Scots All Saints College we believe that authentic leadership is characterised by loyalty, service, values, the ability to motivate others, discipline and integrity. True leadership acts in a manner that is consistent with and protective of the ethos of our College. Formal and informal leadership opportunities provided by our College develop the skills, knowledge and resilience in our students, that form the foundation of positive relationships and strong communities.

Year 12 leadership positions include College Captains, Prefects and House Captains. Mentoring Team Leader roles build leadership within the equestrian and cattle show teams. A special Chapel service is held annually to officially induct student leaders to the College community.

Career Development

An in house Careers Development Officer is readily available to provide advice to students through career options, personal strengths and aptitudes, work experience, study skills and help with university applications.

Homework Centre

Scots All Saints College provides student support and enrichment through the Senior Learning Centre. The after school Homework Centre provides students with the opportunity to receive help with homework and assignments, as well as assistance with how to revise, time management, planning and study skills. Many students also take the opportunity to book individual sessions to seek assistance in many areas of academic endeavour.

Open: Mondays 3.20- 4.30pm and Wednesdays 8.00- 8.50am

All students from Year 7 to 12 are welcome- no booking required.

For further information, please contact Mrs Denise Nelson and Mrs Sarah O’Neill:

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