Remembrance Day 2020

Wednesday,November 11

In conditions altered by COVID-19, Scotch remembered those Old Boys and staff members who died in or as a result of World Wars I and II. Year 7 boys put out 224 World War I crosses and three Magen Davids for the 222 Old Boys and five staff members currently

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Congratulations to Reverend Bill Morgan on his 105th birthday.  Bill is our oldest Old Boy and was School Captain  in 1935. School Captain, Will Dixon, put together a short video for Bill with birthday messages from the Scotch community.

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Congratulations to Professor John Spence ('64) on being awarded the prestigious Gregori Aminoff Prize by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences  'for fundamental contributions to the development of X-ray free electron laser based structural biology'. John is currently a Professor of Physics at the Arizona State University.  Click here for

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NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS OF THE OLD SCOTCH COLLEGIANS’ ASSOCIATION- ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020 The Old Scotch Collegians’ Association was founded in 1913 and incorporated on 15 December 1934. Notice is hereby given that the 86th Annual General Meeting of the Association as an incorporated body, and the 107th meeting

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EMG Virtual Lunch

Wednesday,September 16

Wednesday 9 September, Tim Shearer ('85), Foundation Executive Director and Scott Montgomery ('85), OSCA Executive Director hosted a virtual lunch for the East Melbourne Glen chapter.  The well-attended lunch began with an introduction from Tim Shearer followed by Grace delivered by OSCA's oldest Old Boy, Bill Morgan ('34) at 104

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Father’s Day Live Event

Tuesday,September 8

In celebrating Father's Day 2020, OSCA recently hosted an online Father's Day 'cook with dad' event for the Class of 2020 Year 12 boys and their dads. The event was hosted by Scott Montgomery ('85) and international chef, Donovan Cooke of Ryne Restaurant, Fitzroy North.  The boys prepared Spaghetti Bolognese,

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Messages from YOBs

Wednesday,August 19

Recently, some of OSCA's YOBs recorded heartfelt messages of encouragement for the boys at school.  The YOBs discussed the challenges of today and the opportunities of tomorrow.  The positive messages of support called for the boys to stay in touch with one another, despite this period of isolation, and they

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Congratulations to Arthur Atkins from the Class of 1934, on turning 103 years old. Arthur was a World War 2 Flying Officer where he flew bombers and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for 'skill and fortitude in operations against the enemy'. Arthur is our 2nd oldest Old Boy, after

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Ned Parnham’s Legacy

Friday,July 17

Despite a long and arduous period of treatment, Ned Parnham, a member of Scotch’s Class of 2015, died earlier this year of acute myeloid leukaemia or AML, which is a rare form of this disease. Ned, who was 22, had re-enrolled in his Environmental Science course at the University of

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Re-launching OSCANet

Tuesday,June 23

OSCA would like to thank Sam Potter ('19) for his time and skills in designing the new Old Scotch Collegians' Association OSCANet website. Sam developed the site structure enabling a publicly accessible informational website at which supports access to OSCA content, news and event listings and ticketing as well

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