The Scots Community Foundation

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 2021 - 2024 Strategic Plan for the School unfolds, we strive to have our current students grow and flourish, just as they have done so in the past.

Within the Strategic Plan, The School Board will endorse a whole of school Master Plan, giving our students the opportunity to thrive in a first class learning environment. The Master Plan prioritises and guides campus planning, building and developing new and exciting legacy buildings, and safeguarding our future as a leading educator and school destination within the region and the nation.

The School Board has determined that the building of a new Senior Study Centre is the first priority alongside with an expanded works program which will see advanced learning spaces for all Scots Students – from Pre-School to Senior School.

To achieve our continued building programs, the philanthropic support of the Scots community is vital. The School Board established The Scots Community Foundation whose primary role is to oversee the fundraising activities for the Building and Scholarship Funds. The Foundation relies on and values, amongst other things, the philanthropic support and relationships of many individuals and organisations who contribute to the educational outcomes, life and culture of our School.

The Foundation is committed to ensuring these community contributions are appropriately recognised and managed. For that purpose, contributions will be managed and accounted for by the Foundation Committee separately from the School’s other resources.  Please contact the school should you wish to continue to support the School's building plans. All donations are tax-deductible. To find out more email


The Next Project

As part of their fundraising goals for 2022, the Foundation raised over $185,000 for the new Senior Study Centre due to break ground in 2023.