Scotch College Adelaide
South Australia, Australia
About Scotch College Adelaide
Scotch College Adelaide is a mixed, non-selective, independent all-through school with boarding in Australia, serving students from the age of 3-18. The all-through school is situated across two campuses in Mitcham and Torrens Park, South Australia and has approximately 1,000 students on record.
Scotch College Adelaide was founded in 1919. Facilities at the all-through school include a farm, Chapel, heated swimming pool, recording studio, computer suites and 11 tennis courts. The school welcomes international students and non-English speakers, running the Culture and Language Immersion Program (CLIP) for them to settle into life at the school and country.
Values and vision
Scotch College Adelaide wants all students to enjoy their time in education and go on to lead fulfilling, happy and successful lives. The all-through school nurtures pupils as risk takers and encourages them to reach their full potential and strive across all areas of the curriculum and follows the motto: "To develop engaged and connected learners who possess the knowledge, commitment and passion to enhance their own and others' lives." Pupils are encouraged to give back to the community as positive global citizens and to care and show respect and kindness towards others, regardless of their differences. Scotch College Adelaide offers extensive pastoral care to ensure that all students feel cared for during their time learning and offers various wellbeing programmes along with talks on topical issues such as tackling the stigmas of mental health. Parents are encouraged to play an active role in their children’s education to ensure that all pupils have a strong support network both in class and during their home life.