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Scots PGC College - Warwick QLD

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Scots PGC College - Warwick QLD
A co-educational day and boarding school catering for over 450 students from Prep to Year 12.
60 Oxenham Street
Toowoomba, Warwick Region
07 4666 9811
Girl Boarders reside at our separate Locke Street Campus
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  • Early Learning
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  • Primary through Secondary
  • Multiple School Locations
  • Uniting Church
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  • Australian Rules Football
  • Equestrian
  • Hockey (field)
  • Netball
  • Rugby Union
  • Swimming

Our Mission

Our philosophy of schooling rests squarely on the belief that a true education encourages young people to question and explore, to develop a strong sense of personal identity, to strive to achieve one's best, and to value the act of serving without losing one's desire to lead.  We are a specialist
co-educational boarding and day school that includes students, Prep through to Year 12.

Girl Boarders reside at our separate Locke Street Campus while boy boarders and all our academic precincts are located at Oxenham Street  

We have three special but interconnected academic schools:

  • Prep to 4 - Junior School
  • Years 5 to 8 - Middle School
  • Years 9 to 12 - Senior School
The College has a strong academic focus featuring a broad range of subjects in a seamless Prep – Year 12 curriculum. Wide ranging curriculum to meet the needs of individual students.
Locke Street Campus: Girls Boarding facilities, swimming pool.
Oxenham Street Campus: Junior School (Prep-Year 4); Middle School (Year 5 – Year 8); Senior School ( Year 9 – Year 12).
Boys Boarding facilities – gymnasium, agricultural science facilities (cattle, sheep, horses, small cropping), stables, horse yards, ovals, tennis courts.
Pipe band, Choir, Equestrian, Cattle Club, Sheep Club.
The College, with its basis of Christian principles and beliefs, works in partnership with families to enable our students to confidently and competently move into fulfilling and rewarding futures. Social, emotional and intellectual capacities are built through expertly shaped challenge and support. Students develop to become men and women of character - morally sound, healthy, positive participants in their own families and workplaces, as well as in their local and global communities.

Bus Transport Information

In the Southern Downs Regional Shire there are a number of bus services available to students.  Most school runs arrive at the Warwick High School in the morning from where The SCOTS PGC College students board a Crisps Coaches bus for transfer to the Oxenham Street campus of the College.  A direct bus service daily to and from Allora to the College is also available.  This bus does not stop at Warwick State High School and is only for students of this College.

Afternoon service – Students depart the College Oxenham Street campus on a Crisps Coach to Warwick State High School to meet their respective bus runs.  

Crisps Coaches (Phone 4661 8333)

•    Upper Wheatvale:  Leaves Wheatvale at 7.30am. Bus travels by the Willowvale Road past the aerodrome and into town to the High School, arriving at 8.25am approximately.

•    Allora: Leaves Allora at 7.50am and drops students at Glennie Heights State School before continuing on to the High School.  A direct bus only for SCOTS PGC students is also available and leaves Allora at 8am arriving at the College by 8.30am.  This bus leaves the College each afternoon at 3.15pm and arrives in Allora at 3.45pm.

•    Killarney: Leaves Killarney at 7.30 am and travels through Tannymorel then past Murray’s Bridge and Canningvale Road out at the brick works.  It continues to the State Schools and then on to Warwick High School.

Daily Service to Brisbane

Departs Warwick at 8.00am arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 10.15am
Departs Warwick at 1.15pm arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 3.30pm

Saturday Service
Departs Warwick at 8.00am arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 10.15am
Departs Warwick at 12 noon arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 2.15pm
Departs Warwick at 5.15pm arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 7.30pm

Sunday Service
Departs Warwick at 12 noon arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 2.15pm
Departs Warwick at 5.15pm arriving Brisbane Transit Centre 7.30pm

Other services include:
Warwick to Tenterfield (via Stanthorpe)
Warwick to Moree (via Inglewood and Goondwindi)
Warwick to Toowoomba

Haidley’s Panoramic Coaches (Ph 4661 2816)  

•    Local City Bus Service
    Haidley’s run the City Bus service and as it is so extensive is impossible to give all the details.  Please feel free to phone 4661 2816. City bus picks up and delivers to all areas and schools.

    Bus starts pick up from Connolly Dam at 7.25am. Travels along to Pikedale Road and Rocklands Road Corner.  Back into Thornton Road – Lyndhurst lane – Schoch Road to Warwick West State School and Warwick State High School plus co-ordinates with Warwick City Buses.

•    Junabee P815        
    Via Hermitage – Jingarry, Mt Sturt Road, to Peddigrews Crossing Road and continue to Cedar Crossing and returns via Roona Road and Junabee Road to WHS and Co-ordinators with Warwick City Buses.

•    Lyndhurst S656 As per Warwick City Bus Timetable route 310 + 314.

•    WILDASH P1661 inc. East Warwick and Allmans Creek – As Per Warwick City Bus Timetable – Route 85

•    Yangan: Leaves Yangan for Swanfels and loops back into Yangan at 8.00am. It travels along the main road, making its last pick up on the Yangan side of The Hermitage Research Station

•    Swan Creek
    Commences at Yangan, up Myrtle, Mt Sturt Road, Jack Smith Gulley Road and meets with the Yangan

Wheaton’s Bus Service

Stuart Wheaton
Ph 0427537322

•    Maryvale Bus Service 106:  Leaves Maryvale and travels along highway to Clintonvale.  It then travels via schools to Freestone arriving at Warwick High School via Freestone Road.

West Warwick Coaches

Scott Goodwin
Ph 4661 1767

•    KARARA : This bus leaves Karara at 7.15am and follows the highway as far as Montrose.  It then takes the old highway to Cunningham and Wheatvale before coming onto the new highway at the Sandy Creek turn-off.  It drops students at Assumption College in Locke Street and then terminates at Warwick State High School.

•    LESLIE DAM:  Leaves Leslie Dam at 7.55 am to Wood Street, changes at West State School and goes directly to Warwick High School.

•    PRATTEN :  This bus meets the Karara bus at Cunningham and students can again swap buses depending on their destinations.

Clifton Bus Service

Phone Colleen Horton
07 4697354
Back Plains
Mt Moller

Allora Bus Services

Tracey White – Whites Garage
Phone 07 4666 3397
•    Spring Creek
•    Barat
•    West Talgai
•    Hendon

Willowvale Run

John Millard
Phone 0402 082 999

The service commences from Glennie Heights out to Willowvale Road does a loop  and return via Womina Willowvale Road with stops to Warwick East School, Warwick High School and Glennie Heights.

Please contact the bus companies for any further information and prices of fares.



A school with country heart

Choosing the right school for your child is a significant investment in their future. It can be a considerable decision to match the interests and desires of your child with the right environment to facilitate their academic and extra-curricular growth, whilst ensuring they develop into a well-rounded individual who is prepared for life beyond school.

For these reasons, The SCOTS PGC College, a co educational day and boarding school in Warwick, Queensland, places a strong emphasis on the foundations of modern schooling with the added measure of engendering in students and staff alike, a common set of heartfelt country values.

Scots has a long history in teaching excellence and provides three separate sub-schools for children across Junior (Prep to Year 4), Middle (Year 5 to Year 8) and Senior (Year 9 to Year 12). The separate sub-schools approach helps children develop to their capacity with specialist teachers, appropriate curriculum and activities geared to their interests and age levels.

All students at Scots benefit from small class sizes with personal care and attention from teachers. SCOTS curriculum is based on the national framework and students are challenged to excel through encouragement and are given the ability to learn from their mistakes.

A wide range of co-curricular activities including drama, music, pipe band and a world-class Equestrian programme is offered.   Children can choose sporting pursuits inclusive of track and field, rugby, netball, basketball, hockey, swimming, futsal and a touch football excellence programme.

One of the leading boarding schools in Queensland, The SCOTS PGC College, has separate boarding campuses for boys and girls from Year 6 to Year 12. Students are housed in modern rooms and have access to fun common areas, extra tuition, monitored IT resources and weekend activities, all under the guidance of our housemaster/mistress.

A unique aspect to Scots philosophy is that all students dine together each day and are provided with healthy nutritious meals prepared by a dietician. Students can choose from healthy salads, fruits and a delicious hot buffet.

Should you be interested in viewing The SCOTS PGC College as a potential school for your child, we invite you to come to our campus where our Registrar will provide you with a personalised tour of the College and answer any of your questions.  Please contact us on 07 4666 9811 to discuss your enquiry or visit to find out more information.


Our philosophy rests on the belief that a true education encourages young people to question and explore, to develop a strong sense of personal identity, to strive to achieve one's best, and to value the act of serving without losing one's desire to lead.  We are a school committed to co-education, to boarding, to our proud history and to the ideals of the Uniting Church.

I look forward to meeting you as part of our community as we work to provide the very best we can for the children in our care.


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