Parents' Association

The Parents' Association extends a warm welcome to all those joining the College and all parents of Scots College students are members of the Parents Association (TSCPA) for the duration of their son's enrolment.

The aim of the Parents' Association is to build stronger connection between parents and families, the College and other members of The Scots College community by:

  • promoting greater involvement with the College
  • encouraging participation in the life of the College and a sense of community by providing opportunities for parents to meet socially
  • assisting and supporting the College's many Sporting and Co-Curricular activities within both the Senior and Preparatory Schools.
  • supporting communication between parents, the College and the Support Groups
  • giving feedback to the College, the Principal and Council on matters of concern to parents.

Parent Support Groups

A great variety of Support Groups operate under the auspices of TSCPA including:
  • Athletics
  • Basketball
  • Cricket
  • Debating and Public Speaking
  • Football
  • Performing Arts
  • The Pipes and Drums Association
  • Rowing
  • Rugby
  • Sailing
  • Snowsports
  • Tennis
  • Water Polo

TSCPA meetings are generally held every term and parents are encouraged to become involved, and are eligible to attend meetings.

The Women's Association

The Women's Association was established as part of the Parents and Friends Association. It has always operated as the key fundraising committee within the Association and the broader Scots community. It provides a forum for support, friendship, communication and discussion with each other and the College. Open to all female caregivers of current students at the College, membership is automatic.

The Women's Association manages:

All profits generated from these activities and funds raised throughout the year go directly back to the boys to provide them with 'extras', the cost of which falls outside the College budget.


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