Australian Boarding Schools Association
All Saints' College Bathurst is proud to be a member of the
Australian Boarding Schools Association (ABSA) .



Providing a caring environment for

the nurture of individual students.

The College offers accommodation for up to 150 Year 7 to 12 students in four on-campus houses. Boys are accommodated in Watson House.

Junior girls are accommodated in Lyon Wing and Marsden Wing.

Each House provides residential and study facilities with Internet access, common rooms with a small kitchen and a pleasant outdoor area. Within each house complex accommodation is provided for the Head of House, Assistant Head of House and Residential Tutors.

The College operates as a small community with all residential staff engaged in providing a caring environment for the nurture of individual students and the development of their tolerance and co-operation. Communal meals, Chapel services and other activities assist in building a community spirit. House camps, trips away and other activities provide a break from the boarding house and allow friendships to develop in a less formal setting.

Established in 1874 and set in 27 hectares of lovely grounds, the College offers a stable, safe and secure environment for your sons and daughters. Boarders have access to many of the College academic facilities after school hours including the Art rooms, Music rooms, Computer rooms and Library. The College pool, tennis courts, gym and weights room are also available for boarders to use.

Boarding students at All Saints' College Bathurst are happy, healthy and trusting of each other and the staff. Their access to and communication with the staff at the College is one of openness, trust and respect. Parents are an integral part of the College community and are always welcome to visit and are regularly invited to boarding functions.


Click on the image below to download the Boarding Students' Handbook

Short Stay Boarding Application Form


Bush Children's Education Foundation (BCEF) Bursaries

BCEF ( bursaries are structured to supplement the financial assistance provided by the NSW and Commonwealth Governments.

These include the Assistance for Isolated Students (AIS), Youth Allowance and Boarding Scholarship for Isolated Students (BSIS), the latter applying only to Agricultural High Schools.

The organisation was founded 51 years ago and continues to provide support to isolated and disadvantaged students in NSW.

Click on the following link to apply for their 2017 Boarding Bursary Application:


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