The Scots College has raised generations of fine young men since it was established in 1893. The College’s rich history remains evident in the culture of the College today. A culture built on community, connection and inclusivity – of students, parents, staff, old boys and the wider community.
The College’s 7,000 strong Old Boys Union is testament to the camaraderie and life-long friendships that are formed from a Scots education. Scots boys are inspired by generations of Scots Old Boys who walked the halls before them including fine community leaders, Rhodes Scholars and world class sportsmen.
The Scots College community reaches far beyond the classroom and the formative years spent at the College by our boys. The Scots community includes a Foundation dedicated to building for the future of the College; an Old Boys’ Union formed in 1900 that supports life-long friendships of former students; and over 15 associations and support groups.
Oportunities to connect with The Scots College include: