foundation for the future


The College is accredited to teach NESA Developed courses. The College’s curriculum offerings at Stage 5 level include subjects that are broad in their scope and which provide a suitable foundation for Stage 6 study (Years 11 and 12). The range of elective courses enables students to develop patterns of study that are best suited to their interests, abilities and future needs.

Our class sizes and inclusive culture afford emphasis on the personal level of care that can be given to each student.

The Careers Development Officer runs careers education classes with all of Year 10 and works closely with Years 11 & 12 to guide them through the decision making process of thinking about possible career options, university choices, vocational education, work experience and a great deal more. Opportunities are also provided for parents to be involved closely in this process with their children.

how to enrolStarting 2019

Ms Tracey Leaf

Head of Scots Campus and Director of Senior School

“Inspiring students to be the best version of themselves”

not just for school, but for life


The New South Wales Higher School Certificate (NSW HSC) is internationally recognised as a final year high school graduation credential. Results are used to calculate an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) – used to qualify for entry to Australian and overseas universities. It provides a flexible curriculum path to either specialise in a specific field or complete a wide range of subjects.

Year 11 (Preliminary HSC): To successfully complete Year 11 and progress to Year 12, students must satisfactorily complete at least 12 units including English (this will represent six subjects for most students).

Year 12 HSC: To successfully complete Year 12 and be awarded the HSC, students must satisfactorily complete at least ten units including English (five subjects for most students). Year 12 students have the option of selecting additional extension courses in certain subjects.


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expansive co-curricular program


At Scots All Saints College we have a student-centred approach to educating the whole person. Outside the classroom, a range of exciting opportunities complement our academic program.

distinct, striking and functional


Scots All Saints College has a distinct, striking and functional uniform for everyday school wear, sports and PE that has been especially deigned for the needs of students from Pre-Kindergarten through to year 12. There are 3 ties to distinguish students across the Junior, Middle and Senior Schools.

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space to excel