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"The education of young men involves the nurturing of the whole person to maturity. Our state-of-the-art facilities and innovative boy-centred curriculum and programs focus on educating the whole student, meeting his physical, mental, spiritual and emotional needs." 
Dr Ian PM Lambert, Principal

Lang Walker Business Centre

The Lang Walker Business Centre is a significant feature of the landscape at the southern end of the College on Scotsman’s Hill. The Centre provides 1,270 square metres of floorspace over two levels, consisting of the equivalent of eight teaching and learning spaces which are fitted out on the innovative Activity-Based Learning (ABL) concept; an adaptation of the fit out so popular with leading commercial entities.

Building on the success of this concept in the Graeme Clark Centre, these spaces include opportunities for individual and collaborative working areas along with a purpose-built lecture theatre and conventional classrooms. Also included is a clinic, visitors change room, and an Old Boys’ Room. Endowed by the Old Boys’ Union, this beautiful room on the upper level can open out to adjacent spaces creating a large function space for hosting seminars and dinners, as well as supporting sporting and commemorative events on the Oval. It also features exhibitions of historic records and objects from the College collection and enjoys a synergy with the research centre on the same level. This facility, with additional archive storage, will provide a base for College research staff.

Graeme Clark Centre for Innovations in the Sciences

This state-of-the-art Maths and Science Centre inspires boys to excel in Mathematics and the Sciences. The building contains cutting edge technology and it is our vision that this facility will become a hub for studies relating to sustainable futures. 

The building is a significant structure. It is four stories in height, with the ground floor opening out onto the pool deck. This floor houses two Personal Development and Health classrooms and a large Strength and Conditioning / Aerobics Centre.

The next two floors provide four double size laboratory commons with eight adjoining science theory spaces, a Science Theatre, staff and preparation rooms. The top floor comprises ten Mathematics rooms and additional facilities for staff.

Read the Graeme Clark Centre for Innovation in the Sciences brochure.

The Centenary Centre

The Centenary Centre was officially opened by the Governor-General of Australia on 7 September 1999. The building houses our highly regarded Music Department and the Christian Studies Department. Other facilities include the Coote Theatre and an Amphitheatre for outdoor performances and meetings.

Specialist music facilities include:

  • A recording studio
  • Computer keyboard laboratories
  • Rehearsal rooms for ensembles
  • Specialist music classrooms
  • Teaching studios for instrumental staff
  • Practice rooms for students

The Music Department library and classroom resources are also housed together with storage rooms for student and College instruments. There are staff facilities for both faculties and the Music Department Secretary and Reception are also included on the middle level. 

Library and Digital Resource Centre

The Stevenson library is a lively and vibrant learning place in the Senior School, supported by a staff committed to providing a variety of rich learning experiences for the boys in learning and digital media.

The information resources of the Senior School ensure that teachers and students are provided with an up-to-date and extensive collection of learning materials that are responsive to the specific requirements and demands of each of the curriculum areas.

These resources include:

  • Books
  • eBooks
  • Audio books
  • Online journals for research and recreation
  • Visual and electronic media appropriate to student learning needs

Additionally, the library also supports a strong program of external reading and media activities that assist the boys to fine tune their digital media skills.

This includes:

  • The Premier's Reading Challenge
  • Coordination of a student media group
  • Coordination of filmmaking and holiday workshop groups
  • Annual photography competition
  • ScotsFest Annual Short Film festival
  • Annual Open Air Cinema

These extra curricular events seek to connect the boys to technologies, their learning and the development of skills to last a lifetime.

Sporting Facilities

The Scots College campus offers a variety of sporting facilities including:

  • Aerobics room
  • Cricket nets
  • Gym
  • Indoor and Outdoor basketball courts
  • Swimming pool
  • Three ovals
  • Tennis courts
  • Weights room
The Scots College's unique Glengarry campus celebrates the learning and adventures of boys
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