Scotch College

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School Details | Update
Course Range (Levels)P-12
Co-EducationBoys
DenominationPresbyterian
Students (approximate)1862
Support IB
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Special Purpose 
Who's Who of boys' school rankings (based on the number of its alumni mentioned in the Who's Who in Australia): 1.Scotch College, Melbourne, 2.Melbourne Grammar School, 3.Melbourne High School, 4.Geelong Grammar School, 5.Sydney Boys High School, 6.Wesley College, 7.Shore, 8.Fort Street Boys' High, 9.North Sydney Boys High School, 10.Sydney Grammar School

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Contact Person Mr   
Position of Contact Person 
Phone 039810 4321     
Address Morrison Street, Hawthorn  VIC  3122
Email Email Me


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