Boarding Student

Rosie Webb

If you love the great outdoors and you’re looking for a school that boasts plenty to do outside the classroom Rosie Webb says Scots All Saints College is the place to be.

The former Scots School and now foundation SASC boarding student from Oberon said the hands-on agriculture program on the Scots Campus, in addition to the diverse choice in co-curricular activities were big drawcards.

“What I love most about our College is the range of co-curricular activities that are available – from agriculture, cattle team, equestrian, music, pipes and drums and sports we have a wide choice to get involved and enjoy the diverse activities,” she said.

“I love riding horses and playing sports like hockey, polocrosse and touch football and agriculture is my favourite subject – I DEFINITELY want to do something to do with agriculture for my career.”

Rosie will be able to do all that and more at Scots All Saints College and has enjoyed meeting new people and forming new friendships.

Although this is her last year at the College as a Year 12 student, Rosie has made lifelong friendship and connections from other boarders and day students from across the region, state, nationally and internationally. The Webb name will continue to be prominent through her younger sisters Victoria (Year 8) and Felicity (Year 10) who attend the College as fellow boarders.

“It is lovely to share this experience with my sisters and we can live together at school.”

Like their older sister, Victoria and Felicity also have horses at the school, are part of the equestrian team and are members of the cattle team.

Cousins Brooke (Year 12) and William Webb (Year 10) also attend SASC with another relative Pip, commencing in Year 7 making it a real family affair!

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Rosie Webb

Boarding Student

“What I love most about our College is the range of co-curricular activities that are available”

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