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We want Scots College to have a national and international reputation for excellence and all-round student achievement.
To provide our students with an excellent and holistic education that allows them to contribute as global citizens who think creatively, reason critically, communicate effectively and develop the necessary skills to Learn. For life.
Scots College was established by the Presbyterian Church and remains affiliated to the Church. Its purpose is to give each young man a life long commitment to learning and to provide the environment in which he can achieve his academic, spiritual, physical, cultural and social potential for the greater good and in service to others.
We believe Scots College should:
- provide a caring and supportive school environment which involves students, families and staff;
- welcome applications from students of all faiths and none, value ethnic diversity, and recognise a wide range of interests, talents and abilities;
- enjoy strong relationships with its communities and with the Presbytery of Wellington;
- Create learners who strive to be
Future Focussed Learning
A key focus at Scots is to ensure students are well prepared for their life after school. That as well as providing the necessary knowledge to prepare our students for their futures we need to focus on the soft skills they will require to be successful such as emotional intelligence, social intelligence and cultural intelligence.
Core competencies for all students are: transferable skills including the 6Cs, digital preparedness and well-being strategies to assist students to be resilient.
Find out how a Future Focussed education is delivered in each of our schools read more here.
Strategic Statement 2015-2020
In May 2014 the Board adopted a new Strategic Statement with its vision for the College out to 2020. This process saw the Board considering challenges and opportunities as we celebrate the College’s Centenary in 2016 and prepare for the next 100 years.
As part of this process the Board reaffirmed the College’s Vision, Mission and Purpose and created 3 key goals which retain its commitment to an excellent holistic education for young men, recognize our place in an increasingly globalized world and ensure the sustainability of the College into its second century. The Strategic Statement provides a high level overview of the College’s direction and this is to be further developed in the College’s Business Plan.
Please take the time to read through the Strategic-Statement-2017
The Quad Magazine
The Quad is the Scots College Family Magazine distributed to the wider Scots College community.
Three issues per year. Subscribers receive an issue posted in the school holidays following Term 1, 2 and 3.
The Scot Yearbook
Issued once a year in late March/early April for the year prior. One issue per family. The Scot is given to the eldest son to take home. Cost of the Scot is $55 and is charged annually to your account. If you do not wish to receive the yearbook you can contact the accounts department and ask to be removed from the distribution list.