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The Scots School, Bathurst
The Scots School crest. Source: www.scots.nsw.edu.au (The Scots School website)
Trouthe and Honor, Fredom and Curtesie
(Middle English:"Truth and Honour, Freedom and Courtesy")
Established 1946
School Type Independent, Co-educational, Day & Boarding
Denomination Presbyterian
Slogan "Be the best that you can be"
Key People Mr Peter Tim Richards (Headmaster)
School Fees AU$5,084–13,719 p.a (Day)
AU$21,212–27,099 p.a (Boarding)[1]
Location Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia Australia
Coordinates 33°25′48″S 149°37′02″E / 33.43°S 149.61722°E / -33.43; 149.61722Coordinates: 33°25′48″S 149°37′02″E / 33.43°S 149.61722°E / -33.43; 149.61722
Enrolment ~280 (K–12)[2]
Employees ~36[2]
Revenue AU$6,572,850 (2006)[2]
Colours Blue, Black & Gold               
Homepage www.scots.nsw.edu.au

The Scots School, Bathurst (commonly referred to as Scots), is an independent, co-educational, day and boarding school, with campuses in Bathurst and Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia. The school is administered by a school board appointed by the Trustees of the Presbyterian Church of Australia in New South Wales.

Scots currently caters for approximately 280 students from Kindergarten to Year 12, including 80 boarders.[2]

Scots has a Pipes and Drums band who went to Scotland in August 2008 to compete in the World Pipe Band Champions. The band also came 2nd in the Australian Pipe Band Championships.

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History

The property on which the Bathurst campus now stands was built in the late 1860s and early 1870s. Originally called "Karralee", it was owned by cattle and horse breeder John Lee. Kelso, New South Wales It was bought by William Arnott of Arnotts Biscuits in the 1930s as a home for his daughter.

In 1942, The Scots College in Sydney leased the property for the relocation of its' students from Bellevue Hill, Sydney, because of the fear of Japanese naval bombardment. The Scots College operated in Bathurst until 1945 when it moved back to Sydney. However many boys from Central New South Wales were enrolled in the school and their parents asked the Trustees of the Presbyterian Church of Australia in New South Wales to continue the school at Bathurst. Consequently the Trustees bought "Karralee" and established the Scots School, Bathurst.

The Scots School Pipes and Drums were formed in the 1950s.

In 1997 the school changed from a High School (Years 7-12) to also cater for Primary students, and opened the preparatory school in the old Cooerwull boarding house, thus becoming K-12. In 1997 the school Board decided that the school should change from being a boys only school to being co-educational, and the first female students were admitted in 1998.[3]

Notable alumni

See also

References

  1. ^ "2008 Fee Schedule" (PDF). Fee Structures. The Scots School, Bathurst. 2008. http://www.scots.nsw.edu.au/2008/fees/general%20fee%20schedule.pdf. Retrieved 2008-01-28.  
  2. ^ a b c d The Scots School Annual Report 2006 (accessed:16-07-2007)
  3. ^ The Scots School- About (accessed:16-07-2007)
  4. ^ "NSW Rhodes Scholars"University of Sydney list, (retrieved 16 April 2007)
  5. ^ Suzannah Pearce, ed (2006-11-17). "BARTLEY Anthony John". Who's Who in Australia Live!. North Melbourne, Vic: Crown Content Pty Ltd.  
  6. ^ "1939-59". Brett Whiteley's Life & Times. Art Gallery of New South Wales. http://agnsw.net/sub/bws_old/bio.html. Retrieved 2007-09-24.  

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