Scholarship recipients for 2019 will be the first for the new central west school that will incorporate The Scots School Bathurst and Lithgow and All Saints College on three campuses.
The trustees of the Presbyterian Church (NSW) have bought All Saints’ College Bathurst from the Anglican Diocese of Bathurst.
The trustees want to see The Scots School Bathurst and Lithgow come together with All Saints’ College to combine the best of the two schools.
It is also expected that both campuses will be utilised.
A working group will be formed in 2018, which will include members from both schools, who will develop the best way to integrate these two wonderful schools.
“The coming together of the two schools will show that Bathurst, as a leading regional city in NSW, will be well served by its schools in the state, Roman Catholic and Protestant sectors,” a school spokesman said.
“This will give present and prospective parents of students the assurance their children will be educated in a way that suits their abilities and develops their potential.
“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 the City of Bathurst.” The Scots School Bathurst is offering scholarships for 2019.
Scholarships are available in academic, all rounder, music, pipes and drums, highland dancing, agriculture, ICPA and indigenous.
These categories recognise a wide range of talents which can be celebrated and enhanced within The Scots School community.
Scholarships will be honoured for the duration of the students’ time at the school.
Students can alternatively apply via the All Saints College process for 2019 scholarships.
- Visit www.scots.nsw.edu.au for scholarship details.