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Ninety Years at Torrens Park: The Scotch College Story

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Our Price: AU$80.00 Inc GST
Media: BOOK - hardcover, 376 pages
Author: P. Read & A. Pouw-Bray
Year: 2010
Other Data: b&w & colour photos, bibliog, index
ISBN: 9781862548893

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Product Code: WAK089

Scotch College is much more than a school - it is a luminous educational establishment. It grew from the fervent wishes of nineteenth century Adelaide Presbyterians, through its humble beginnings in Unley, to its current splendour at Torrens Park. "Ninety Years at Torrens Park: The Scotch College Story' provides a comprehensive account of that journey from a boys' college of about 100 students to a coeducational institution of almos 1000.

Heroic figures such as Norman Gratton, the first headmaster, to agents of radical change such as Philip Roff, the headmaster who introduced coeducational to Scotch, emerge from the archives to stand beside the other headmasters, proincipals, chairmen of the Scotch College council of governors, teachers and students who populate the cotch College story.

There is something here for old collegians of every decade, for parent and current students and for everybody with an interest in things historical and educational.


1. Nineteenth-century Origins
2. Let There Be Light
3. Kyre College
4. A Presbyterian Triumph
5. The Gratton Era
6. The Disney Era
7. The Charles Fisher Era
8. The Roff Era
9. The Miles Era
10. The Web Era
11. The Geoffrey Fisher Era
12. Scotch Going Forward
13. Memoried of Kyre and Scotch
Chairmen of the Council
Heasmasters and Principals
Index of Names

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