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AAGPS 2018 Champions

2018 AAGPS Champions


Congratulations from the Principal

On the weekend, The Scots College achieved a particularly momentous milestone in our 125th anniversary year. After a 43-year drought, our Athletics team won the AAGPS Athletics competition by 13 points.

This result has been a long time coming. Over the past decade, we have improved our sports development program exponentially. Through a deep investment in both software and hardware, we have achieved outstanding results. By partnering with communities of knowledge and drawing on expert coaches, specialist clinics and research based tracking — we have built the depth of achievement conducive to last week’s outstanding results.

After a 43-year drought, our Athletics team won the AAGPS Athletics competition by 13 points.
Dr Ian PM Lambert

As we look toward our future vision for our educational model, this model of research-based program development will inform our continued efforts to reinvent education.

I extend my warm congratulations to all the boys involved, their families and their coaches. This is an outstanding result, especially for the Class of 2018, and I look forward to celebrating it with you all. 

Many in our community have asked if they can send a warm wish to our Athletics team to congratulate them on their achievement — you can do so below. 

Some key achievements...

  1. new AAGPS record was set by Scots boys William Jenkins, James Kohs, Oliver Nicholle and Tom Steele-Park for the Junior 4x400m Relay
  2. Ted Ferguson was the Opens Champion for High Jump
  3. Hamish Dunstan, Jack Mossman, Will Scribner and Luke Stammer were the 4x400 Opens Champions. 


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