Great Scot Archive
Issues from 1998
Issues from 1998


September 2001

From the Principal
The importance of communication

Junior School
Mosaic Garden for 150th
Mr Webster: Teacher of the Year
Centenary of Federation
Busy term in Junior School
Varied activities at Year 6 Camp
Junior School Literature Festival

Music and the Arts
Charles Lin Mural
Year 7 Art Excursion
Three dimensional art project and debate
Drawing the line

Litterature Festival
Getting real about Literature
Literary Dinner a Fitting Festival Finale

Choral Success for the Cardinals


Year 10 Work Experience
Boarders create their 'Owen' tradition
Around the School (1)
Scotch Footballers take it to higher level
Scotch successfully regains Rogaine trophy
Three on the 'G'!
Around the School (2)
Students enjoy lunch with Treasurer
David Ballieu's long-awaited books
Federation Cup
Primary Schols Cross Country Championships

School Captain's Column
Honouring the Vice Captains

Further recognition for Professor Hugh Taylor

The Scotch College Foundation 1973 - 2001

New Director Appointed
Building and Educational Programmes
For They've Been Jolly Good Fellows
A Potted History/Highlights

History of Foundation
Scholarship Support Growing


Year 10 Outback Trip


Scotch retains Cordner-Eggleston Cup
Premiership win for the Cross Country Team
1858 Club Breakfast a great success

In the Footsteps of Mallory
Old Boys on Mount Everest


Chaplain's Column
What would Forbes think?

2001 - A faith odyssey?
Lift off
The First Stage
A Second Stage
Mission Features - PCT Concert and 'Magic Happens?'
To the stars

Cover - September 2001

Cover: The Louis Laumen statute located on the western side of the Gallery of Sport at the MCG.

(Photograph by Ms Jocelyn Pride.)

Selected articles from this issue.

150 Anniversary Celebrations

Program of 150th Celebrations

150 small logo

Governor Unveils Commemorative Plaque

New Scotch History at the Printer
Visions Through Time: A Cloured Perspective
Paul Fitzgerald to open 2001 Ken Field Memorial Art Show

Cordner-Eggleston Cup

Professor Geoffrey Blainey entertains at pre-match luncheon
The Sculpture Unveiled

Old Scotch Collegians Association


Bowlers raring to go

Wine and Food

Grossi Fare - Great!


Scrum Club in touch


Aths Team of the Century takes shape


A big year

Football Club

Roller Coaster Football Season
Peter Tingate leads Aussie Rules in America

Monthly Luncheons

June Luncheon 2001
July Luncheon 2001


Colourful Darwin Dinner
Canberra Dinner Celebrations


Sugarloaf not to your liking?
Then chew on Chewton


Scuba Club recovers


Hockey Club success

Calling 'Young Old Boys' Classes of '97-00'

Pipes and Drums Old Band Members' Dinner

What they're doing now

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