Past Students

Your story is part of our story.

Read about the amazing careers and life experiences of our alumni in the Scots Drum.1980s

 

Are you in touch with the School? If not, please reconnect with us by contacting our Alumni Relations Officer at alumni@scotsalbury.nsw.edu.auYou can also update your contact details via our online form.

With the help of past students, our Alumni Relations Officer updates contact lists and organises functions such as Year Reunions and get togethers. These functions enable the School to keep in contact with past students and community members. They also allow help forge stronger relations between past and present students and staff. 

We are specifically interested in profiling the careers our alumni have chosen to pursue, along with their life experiences. If you would like to be featured in any of our publications, or to visit

 school to share your story, please contact alumni@scotsalbury.nsw.edu. Similarly, we appreciate hearing from you in regards to engagements, marriages, births, obituaries and any notes on what you have been up to since you left the School. 

Reconnect with your School

Reconnect with the School in several ways, to organise your reunion and get in touch with staff, or simply to keep updated with current school happenings. Visit any one of our social media accounts:

Facebook: Scots Albury Alumni

Facebook: The Scots School Albury

LinkedIn: The Scots School Albury Alumni

You can also reconnect by volunteering to help organise alumni events, including updating year level lists, assisting with invitations, and arranging social events, as well as tours of the School – just phone on (02) 6022 0000. Alternatively, volunteer at various Agricultural Field Days during September, including the Henty Machinery Field Days where many past students stop in at our stall to reacquaint themselves with the School.

Alumni Association

The Alumni Association is a vibrant network of past students from The Scots School Albury, Albury Grammar, Rosehill Girls School, Woodstock Girls School, Woodstock Presbyterian Girls School and other foundation schools. The Alumni Association assists with reunions and events such as the Country Fair, members’ social evenings and regional gatherings.

Enquiries regarding the Alumni Association can be directed to the School at (02) 6022 0000, or you can contact one of the following representatives:

Woodstock
Mrs Barbara Castle (Woodstock Class of 1970): felixprowls@hotmail.com 

Albury Grammar
Mr David Easton (Albury Grammar Class of 1966): deaston49@gmail.com
Mr Robin Patterson (Albury Grammar Class of 1964): rob_patterson20@yahoo.com 

Scotsonians
Mr Andrew McMillan (Scots Class of 1983): Andrew.McMillan@det.nsw.edu.au
Miss Emily Graetz (Scots Class 2016): EGraetz@scotsalbury.nsw.edu.au 

Building for Our Future

With its roots in the foundation of Albury Grammar School in 1866, The Scots School Albury has shaped the lives of many of our alumni. As our strategic plan for a World Ready School unfolds, we strive to have our current students grow and flourish, just as they have done so in the past. 

Back in our centenary year (1966), the School community came together to raise funds to build an iconic four- faced clock tower and refectory building for future generations to use and enjoy. In our 150th year, The Scots School Albury updated its Strategic Plan (2016 – 2020), to ensure our students continue to be given every opportunity to thrive in a first class learning environment. 

The plan includes the development of a new Junior School and the implementation of The Gateway Scholarships. If you would like more information, or to contribute to the realisation of these goals, please contact the School. Your donation ensures that a Scots education continues to be at the forefront of educational excellence in preparing students for their future, and the world.

Click here to download the Donation Form.

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