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Graham Farrow (College House 1979-83) has written a number of critically acclaimed plays including Rattlesnakes  and Talk About The Passion  (both available fro...


Alex Templer (College House, 1959-1965) who was a very keen and capable tennis player whilst at School, has won the British Indoor Tennis singles for 70 age group - ...


India Cartwright (2008-15) has been nominated and shortlisted for a prestigious national award. Now in her final year, she is the first Edge Hill undergraduate to reach t...


We have been informed of the deaths of two former students of College. James A C Bradley (Pegg 81-89) passed away on 9th January following a short illness.  Much lo...


Dr Mark Precious profiled in the article – “The last of the great amateurs” can be accessed here.


The headline of an article in the Times 1st January 2019 featuring comments by Ian Hamilton senior lecturer in mental health in the Department of Health Sciences, Univers...


Work has continued apace. In addition to the building work outside, the inside of the existing building has undergone considerable change ahead of the redevelopment.


Talented sportsman Matthew Bowman, who in addition to captaining Repton 1st XI and representing Scarborough Athletic, is set to train with former Premier League champions...


Robert Hastie, who received the 2017 OSA Alumni Award, directs Macbeth. Venue: Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Shakespeare’s Globe, Bankside, London SE1 (020-7401 9919). Runn...


The development is beginning to take shape - one month in


On a very sunny November afternoon the OSA mixed hockey team took on the School team. A number of the OS team had not been playing regularly and the late Saturday night a...


Over 330 members of the Scarborough College family gathered at the Spa. Sixth formers, recent leavers and those who left many years ago joined parents and staff  for...


Canon Tim Jones – past President of the OSA was invited to preach at Ypres on the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. The OSA have provided a plaque commemor...


No sooner had half-term arrived than the estates team were busy emptying Weaponness  of furniture ahead of the builders’ arrival. Much of the furniture was offered...


The photos give you a very good impression of the superb house that is now Denys Crews. The 17 students have moved their possessions in and will take up residence after h...


Sometimes you have to wait for the good things in life. Today Tim Jones (former President of the OSA) and Zoe Harrison took delivery of the Mollie and Mike Memorial Frien...


The Chairman of Governors at Scarborough College, Dr John Renshaw, is delighted to announce the appointment of Charles Ellison's successor as Headmaster of the College: M...


OS Eleanor Richards (1998-2013) studied journalism at the University of Sheffield for 3 years and then remained at Sheffield to complete a master’s degree in marketing....


OSA Alumni recipient for 2016 – Niki Doeg (neé Rhodes) who with three other women rowed the Atlantic, recently completed a completely different challenge – the notor...


We are delighted to inform OS of Richard Wilkinson’s (Head 1974-85) newly published work on Lloyd George, available from all good bookshops and on-line. “David Lloyd...


I am a recent MSc Astrophysics graduate from Queen Mary University of London, also holding a BSc degree in Physics with Astrophysics from the University of York. I am loo...


 I am in the first year of studying IB at Scarborough College,  my higher subjects being History, Economics and Biology. Alongside these I do French, Maths and ...


I am currently a student at Scarborough College in my first year of the IB diploma and my goal is to pursue a career within the fashion industry. I have very little exper...


It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of former pupil Rich Doughty. He had strong connections to the Scarborough area and East Yorkshire. After leaving @Sc...


It is with much sadness that we announce the very sudden passing of former teacher Rob Allen who died suddenly on 20th November 2017, aged 75 years. Rob was Head of Scie...


Living and working abroad as an aircraft engineer in Denmark for the past 41 years, it has been a long time since I have visited Scarborough. As I am getting older w...


OS Mieke Davison (Sullivan) has informed us of the death of her father Paul Sullivan (1953-60). While at the College, Paul was a keen sportsman and a less keen a...


In August 2016 I travelled to Kenya to volunteer in the PE and Games department of Braeburn School, Nairobi. The Braeburn School franchise stretches across...


Joe Barker was captain of the Scarborough College Boys’ Hockey 1st XI and now plays for the Scottish U21 men’s hockey squad. He’s been selected for the Europea...


Thanks to Mrs Pippa Harker, OSA Secretary, the School Shop and OSA Archives has now been running for a school year To any OSA members who are passing, please let us know...


Archived News

Items posted here and in newsletters are available under the Archives section as the team will put them in this area after 3 months.