New Principal Announced

Date: July 26, 2017

New College Principal to commence in Term 4, 2017 Click the link below to read more. New Principal_Media Release_Kyle Thompson

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Tartan 2016

Date: June 20, 2017

To view a flipbook of the 2016 Tartan Yearbook please click on the link below: Tartan 2016 Yearbook   <!–

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Zonta Breakfast for International Women’s Day

Date: March 13, 2017

In Week 7, Zonta held their annual International Women’s Day Breakfast at the Warwick RSL Kings Theatre. Guest Speakers included

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Darling Downs Swimming Selection

Date: March 3, 2017

Congratulations to Tom Winter, William Gilmore and Toby Gilmore who have been selected in the Darling Downs Swim Team to

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Swimming Success

Date: March 3, 2017

On Wednesday 1st March, five of our JAM students represented the Southern Downs at the Darling Downs Swimming Championships held at

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A Visit From Some Deadly Australians

Date: March 3, 2017

Australia is home to the world’s most venomous creatures. They can be found in a variety of habitats ranging from

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Sheep Club Wins at the EKKA 2015

Date: August 24, 2015     Posted by: Carmel Cowley

SCOTS PGC College Sheep Club returned from the 2015 EKKA with a swag of ribbons. The College exhibited thirteen of their stud Texel sheep – seven in Open classes and six in Inter-school classes – and returned with their best-ever results. In the Open classes, SCOTS sheep took out Champion ram, ewe and breeder’s groups, while in the Inter-school classes they had to settle for Reserve Champions (behind Warwick SHS). However, when the Texel champions went out to contest the inter-breed, it was a SCOTS ram lamb (11 months, 81 kg) that was awarded the ribbon for Supreme Champion Ram of Show. The Texel breeder’s group was also highly commended in a competition that was eventually taken out by Suffolks exhibited by Dakabin SHS. Meat Sheep Young Judges and Junior Handler classes were also hotly-contested at the Royal Queensland Show, with more than a hundred students from seven different schools competing. Again, the SCOTS students excelled, with 11 year-old Keeley Fagg placed second in the U15 section of Young Judges, and 15 year-old Kate-Elizabeth Worth placed second in the 15 years and over sections of both the Young Judges and Junior Handlers.

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