"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
At The Scots College, all students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and campuses. From our Graeme Clark Centre for Innovation in the Sciences, our dedicated Science and Mathematics building, to our two outdoor education campuses at Glengarry and Bannockburn, right down to our specialised Early Years Centre providing long day care for three and four year olds.
To learn more about each of our campuses and facilities, please visit the pages below.
Preschool Long Day Care for three to four year olds, Rose Bay Early Years Centre
Rose Bay offers quality educational long day care for three and four year old boys within a play based learning framework informed by the Reggio Emilia philosophy.
Transition to Year 1, Mansion Road, Bellevue Hill
The Early Learning Centre on Mansion Road caters to boys in Transition Cubs (3 year olds), Transition Lions (4 year olds), Kindergarten and Year 1.
Google Map (located opposite The Scots College Preparatory School)
Years 2 to 4, Mansion Road, Bellevue Hill
The newly refurbished Mansion Road campus is home for boys in Years 2 to 4. Currently there are four classes in each year, with 25 boys in each class. Year 3 is an entry point for enrolments.
Years 5 to 6, Ginahgulla Building, Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill
Boys enjoy the significant benefits of a transition year in classrooms next to Fairfax House and its grounds. There are five classes in each year. They have access to Senior School facilities and staff and maintain contact with younger boys and the Prep staff through visits for House meetings and leadership activities.
Year 5 is an entry point for enrolments.
The School has an important multicultural and international dimension to its life, with boys often arriving from overseas to take up places. The buddy system and orientation visits smooth the way for newcomers, and special assessments enable boys to be placed in classes and groups that enable them to build strongly on their existing skills. After their life at the Preparatory School, boys transition into Year 7 at the Senior School.
Kindergarten to Year 4
The Scots College Brighton Preparatory School, located in the historic Primrose House at Dolls Point, becomes a part of Australia’s oldest and most respected schools for boys. The Brighton Preparatory School will open in 2018, commencing with five classes – Kindergarten to Year 4, growing to Years 5 and 6 in future years.
Years 7 to 12, Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill
The Senior School is where the Preparatory School groundwork for academic achievement and striving for excellence comes to fruition as students move into top gear towards the NSW Higher School Certificate.
Complementing the College's academic system is the boys' pastoral care with each boy being allocated to a House. Housemasters and Tutors come to know the interests and capabilities of the boys in their charge and hold regular House and daily Tutor meetings.
Boys are introduced to the complexities of secondary education — a wider range of subjects, timetabling, specialised staff and 'department areas' and the move from class-based pastoral care to year groups and Houses. Year 9 continues this development and includes the Glengarry country campus two-term program, located at Scots' Kangaroo Valley campus in NSW's south.
Years 10, 11 and 12 are the vital years leading to the transition to tertiary education. The College offers a full range of academic subjects and a range of Vocational Education and Training courses.
Year 9, Jacks Corner Road, Kangaroo Valley, NSW
The Glengarry two-term residential experience is conducive to boys' rapid social development, a rite of passage into manhood. Located in the pristine Kangaroo Valley, two hours south west of Sydney, Glengarry provides a learning environment with the highest level of Outdoor Industry Recreation Council (ORIC) accreditation with extensive state-of-the-art safety and risk management procedures. Here, boys learn the tools they need to grow into fine young men.
416 Culburra Road, Wollumboola, NSW
Cradled between national parks, the Shoalhaven River delta and Culburra Beach, is the beautiful Bannockburn campus. Located on approximately 300 hectares in size, the property is known as the College's Active Learning campus.