Where are they Now?

Thursday,July 20

When David Donnoli was growing up in the suburb of Balwyn North in Melbourne’s east, one of his parents’ mantras was: Everything is fixable. The phrase stuck with Donnoli, who is now associate director of operations for Australian and New Zealand at vitamin company Swisse Wellness, has been named as one

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From the Archives

Wednesday,July 19

This photograph was published in the Scotch Collegian in December 1932.  The old grass tennis courts on Morrison Street were removed in 2004 and the area has now become Old Scotch Square. Scotch has had a few notable Old Boys involved in high level tennis throughout its history, some of

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Members of the Scotch Family are invited to OSCA's inaugural Business Breakfast. OSCA believes that the strength of the Scotch community lies in the relationships we build and the support we offer one another. This event is an excellent opportunity to tap into the vast knowledge and resources available within

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From The Archives

Friday,June 16

On the eve of the Ashes and with the Scotch First XI about to embark on an England Tour overseas to test their skills against English school teams, there is no better time than to recognise Scotch College’s remarkable success in the world of cricket. In 2010 it was discovered

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Congratulations to the following members of the Scotch Family on receiving King's Birthday awards in recognition of distinguished service:   Dr David Montgomery Knox AM (old boy 1971) For significant service to the financial sector.   Emeritus Professor Andrew (Andy) James Sinclair AM (old boy 1959) For significant service to

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On Monday 5 June, OSCA's oldest Old Boy celebrated his 100 year anniversary since his first day in the junior school at Scotch, aged 7 years. During his visit, the Rev. Bill Morgan had a very full day, being feted at the Senior School Assembly.  Bill joined the boys for

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94th OSCA Annual Dinner

Friday,June 2

Over 370 Old Scotch Collegians' gathered for the 94th OSCA Annual Dinner at Leonda by the Yarra on Friday 26 May. Bagpipes welcomed Old Boys from a range of peer years including the oldest attendee, David Purvis from the Class of 1944 to over 20 lads from the Class of

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Ian Law ('55) was pulled into the raging floodwaters of the Darling River earlier this year and floated on his back for almost five hours. The blind 84-year-old had fallen into floodwaters and was pulled downstream for an agonising 22km, the river current so strong it pulled his false teeth out.

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OSCA recommends your viewing of the communication below from the Principal, Dr Scott Marsh. It again clarifies the position of the School and OSCA in relation to the recent submission by the Presbyterian Church to the Australian Law Reform Commission.

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Anzac Day 2023

Thursday,April 27

On Anzac Day 2023, we remember all those who fought and died for Australia at war, including over 600 Old Boys and staff who died in WWI and WWII. 249 Scotchies are known to have served at Gallipoli and 11 died on the day of the landing on 25 April

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