Building on its 150 year history of providing extraordinary high quality education, The Scots School Albury continues to lead the way in proudly providing a contemporary and innovative education which prepares its students to navigate their future.
“As we are a smaller school, each student is well known,” said principal Peggy Mahy.
“Our staff understand the potential of each young person and tailor opportunities that allow them to work with their strengths, acknowledge their challenges, and explore their passions in real-world contexts.”
She said the diverse curriculum and co-curricular staff revel in turning interests into passions.
“Students at Scots can express themselves in dance, join a musical ensemble – from rock bands to the Pipe Band - and transform themselves into new characters in our highly anticipated school musicals.
“Or they can harness their ingenuity in robotics or take part in one of our extensive sports offerings.”
Ms Mahy said The Scots School Albury celebrate and embrace change.
“We offer several school programs that are intentionally inquiry-based, inter-disciplinary, and centred around problem solving,” she said.
These include broad and expanding STEAM and coding programs, the introduction of a ‘Thinking Lab’ and a revamped engagement in agriculture, with a focus on science and business.
“These programs help each Scots student reach their full potential as independent learners who are able to achieve their personal and academic goals whilst providing them with the skills they need to take on a world full of possibilities.”
Principal Mahy welcomes your child to experience the Scots difference and become genuinely ready for the world.
Their scholarships applications are open for 2019 and will close on 14th March.
To find out more visit: www.scotsalbury.nsw.edu.au.
The website’s FAQ page answers questions in relation to fees, applications, arranging to visit the school, the steps to enrolment and the additional learning support offered.