For more than 70 years, The Scots School, Bathurst and Lithgow remains the perfect choice for families who are looking for excellent education for their child. Boys and girls from Pre-Kindergarten through to Year 12 learn from experienced and committed staff and have the opportunity to thrive in a small, caring environment.
The Lithgow campus is a well-resourced, family grouped environment offering a broad range of experiences for students from Pre -Kindergarten to Year 6.
The Scots School Pre- Kindergarten Program aims to prepare students for Kindergarten in the following year.
The Kindergarten to Year 6 is a vibrant environment with many opportunities to challenge and explore a student’s abilities such as drama, music lessons, concerts, sport, Highland Dancing, library visits, learning another language (Indonesian) and leadership opportunities.
The Lithgow Campus has After School Supervision until 5pm at no extra charge and students in the Lithgow District can travel safely to the Bathurst campus for Years 7 – 12.
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Senior students can study from a strong suite of subjects and enjoy a diverse range of co-curricular activities including a wide range of sports, music ensembles, Pipes and Drums, Cadets, Chess, Debating, Drama productions, Rural Fire Service Cadets and Duke of Edinburgh Awards. Students who are interested in agricultural pursuits can also join the successful cattle team and equestrian team.
The Trustees of the Presbyterian Church (NSW) have put forward an ‘Expression of Interest’ to purchase All Saints’ College Bathurst from the Anglican Diocese of Bathurst.
It is the desire of The Trustees that The Scots School Bathurst and Lithgow will come together with All Saints’ College to combine the best of the two schools.
The Scots School Bathurst and Lithgow will come together with All Saints’ College to combine the best of the two schools.
It is also expected that both Bathurst campuses will be utilised. A working group will be formed to determine the best way to integrate these two wonderful schools.
It is the aim of the Presbyterian Church that the integration of the two schools will benefit the students, staff and parents of both schools and expand the educational opportunities in Bathurst.
The Scots School offers 30 per cent lower tuition fees from 2017 and scholarship opportunities are available.