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The Scots College is an elite boy’s school in Sydney, Australia that honours the traditions, adventures and learning of boys, producing fine young leaders of tomorrow, including 13 Dux Award winning Chinese students in recent years.


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The Scots College has educated generations of fine young men since 1893 who have become great leaders in the community, including world renowned neurosurgeon and Australian of the Year Finalist (2003 and 2009), Dr Charles Teo.


“The Scots College is proud of its cultural diversity. International students are a welcome and valued part of our community as they provide a deeper cross cultural understanding and consequently, a broader world view,” said Dr Ian PM Lambert, The Scots College Principal.


“International travel is one of the great adventures which expands boys’ worlds. Combined with our innovative curriculum and facilities, which provide opportunities to extend boys to fully realise their inner strengths and resources, boys learn and develop the skills required with which they can flourish in life.”


Scots’ successful Chinese graduates include: •


Joshua (Jock) Young Wai became the first Chinese graduate in Medicine from the University of Sydney, aſter attending The Scots College from 1905 to 1909. He later returned to the University of Sydney where he obtained a Master of Surgery in 1918.


“The culture and education at The Scots College aims to raise Scots boys who know themselves and their capabilities, who are armed with the values and knowledge to make a significant contribution to society and grow into fine men.”


• Geoffrey See was Head Prefect, Honour Cap winner and Captain of Cricket and Rugby during his time at the College from 1933 to 1938. Aſter graduating from The Scots College, he became a solicitor and partner in Geoffrey See, Gillis and Co – a practice he established.





Yu Zhang is another fine Scots boy who graduated in 2000 with a Universities Admission Index of 99.95 and received a scholarship (studying Law) at the University of Sydney. He was later presented the University Medal upon graduation. He continued his studies at Cambridge and Harvard Universities.


• Oscar Wen was the 2010 Dux, receiving an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank of 99.7. He is now studying Medicine at the University of Queensland.


Raising fine young men


The Scots College curriculum is specifically designed for boys to nurture the development of young leaders. Being a leader in boy’s education for more than 100 years, The Scots College exists to inspire boys to learn, lead and serve in the community as they strive for excellence together.


“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.” said Dr Lambert.


“The culture and education at The Scots College aims to raise Scots boys who know themselves and their capabilities, who are armed with the values and knowledge to make a significant contribution to society and grow into fine men.”


State of the art facilities and opportunities


Access to world class facilities, business networking opportunities and innovative programs will position your son well for University acceptance and future success.


Generations of Old Boys who have demonstrated scholarly and professional excellence, continue to inspire current Scots boys to follow in their footsteps as fine community leaders – excellence that the College fundamentally encourages and nurtures. The College’s Institute of Business and Economics provides exclusive relationship building opportunities with well known Business Leaders.


The Graeme Clark Centre for Innovation in the Sciences is a state-of-the-art Maths and Science Centre offering electronic weather monitoring systems with wind generator and solar arrays; Davis network weather station; wireless networks; laboratories; and a theatre equipped with video conferencing facilities where Scots boys can connect with international leaders, encouraging boys into excellence in Mathematics and the Sciences.


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