A Fine Scots Boy

Harry Foxton

"Being a Scots boy means having a sense of pride and integrity in who we are and what we are a part of. Being Head Prefect will be the most memorable experience of my time at Scots, because it gave me a chance to leave a positive mark on the College that has been such a big part of my life."

Leadership Roles

Head Prefect

CSM Training (Pipes and Drums)

Peer Support Leader

Captain of various Rugby teams

Academic Achievements

Academic Recognition Awards

Sport Achievements

Member of the College's 1sts Sailing team

Member of the Swimming Team

Member of the 1st VIII placing 3rd at the 2011 National Championships

Co Curricular Achievements

Travelled to Nova Scotia as a member of the Pipes and Drums

Where are they now?

"I am currently studying a Bachelor of Science at the University of Sydney, whilst living on campus at St Andrew's College and rowing for the Sydney University Boat Club.

From my Bachelor of Science I wish to then undertake further study by studying medicine as a postgraduate degree, while continuing to row and strive to compete at the highest level possible."