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The Keon-Cohen Dining Hall - A new place to Meet and Eat at Scotch!

The Senior School precinct will form a marketplace of collision and engagement for boys and staff at the very heart of our school. It will be a home for the boys, their aspirations, conversations and collaborations. A place of enterprise, where opportunities are identified and explored, and solutions refined and brought to bear for the greater good.

The redeveloped Keon-Cohen Dining Hall will form the hub of this precinct. Boys and teachers will gather to meet and eat, and share news and ideas, as they take time away from routines and let their minds wander to all that might be possible.

The project is scheduled to commence in August 2018 and will be open for business in early 2020.

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Four decades of outstanding service to Scotch concluded in 2017, when Michael Robinson AO ('55) retired as President of the Scotch College Foundation.

A towering presence at Scotch, Michael Robinson holds the unique distinction of having served as President of the Old Scotch Collegians' Association (1989), President of the Scotch College Foundation (1993-96 and 2008-17) and Chairman of the School Council (1996-2006).

To honour Michael's exceptional, lifelong commitment to Scotch, the Foundation is proud to announce the establishment of the Michael Robinson Boarding Scholarship. In so doing, the Scotch Family recognises the significance of Michael's 10 years as a Scotch boarder in forming his relationship with the School.

Michael was first a day boy, and then a boarder from 1946 to 1955 - initially in McMeckan House and then in Arthur Robinson House. This scholarship, endowed in Michael's name, gives testimony to his affection for his time on the Hill, and his regard for the boarding experience. In his own words, "Boarders always felt they were the backbone of the School!'; and there must always be a place for 'boys from the bush'.

This scholarship acknowledges Michael's unparalleled contribution to Scotch, and the practical difficulties often associated with life on the land.

Scotch is seeking to raise an initial capital fund of $650,000, to fund one boarding scholarship in perpetuity, and enable boys from rural or regional Australia, whose families would otherwise not have the resources, to attend Scotch. All donations to the Scotch College Scholarship Fund are tax deductible.


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Michael Robinson Booklet
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Opportunities. Experiences. Understanding.

The Scotch College Indigenous Scholarship Program has made a positive difference to the lives of all Scotch boys since 2004.

Our innovative approach to community partnerships, academic support and mentorship enables indigenous scholarship students to develop the skills, resilience and confidence to walk in both worlds of contemporary Australia, making empowered choices in their lives.

Your support will ensure that this successful and inspiring program continues to enrich our school culture and create a lasting impact.

Indigenous Scholarship Program

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Indigenous Scholarship Booklet
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Tax Deductible

Building Fund - The Keon-Cohen Dining Hall YES
The Michael Robinson Boarding Scholarship YES
Indigenous Scholarship Fund YES
Building Fund - Design & Technology Cube YES
Building Fund - Boarding Houses Renovations YES
Foundation Scholarship Fund YES
Library Fund YES
Archive-Museum Fund YES
At Principal’s Discretion YES

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