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One of Australia's oldest and most respected day and boarding schools for boys.

An Early Years to Year 12 education that no other school can offer, this is The Scots Advantage.
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Come and visit The Scots College campus to experience the life of a Scots boy. We will be in touch to confirm your tour.
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Learning at Scots
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The focus of teaching and learning at Scots is to prepare young boys for success in the contemporary world. Read more
Raising fine young men since 1893
About Scots
The Scots College is a distinctive Australian school that defends the honourable traditions, adventures and learning of boys. Read more
Boarding at Scots
Boarding at Scots
Boarding at Scots, available from Year 5 onwards, offers a high quality education in a safe and nurturing environment. Read more
Podcast for Parents
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A weekly podcast providing a regular source of practical information, encouragement and inspiration for parents of school-aged boys. Listen now

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Meet the Principal

Dr Ian PM Lambert - Principal BA, Grad Dip T, MA, PhD, MACE

Dr Ian Lambert succeeded Dr Robert Iles as Principal of The Scots College in January 2007.
Dr Lambert completed his secondary education at The Southport School in Queensland, but had a connection with The Scots College through his father, who attended the College as a Boarder and Prefect of Aspinall House from 1944-1948.
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