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The Gratton Society

Bequests are the long term future of the College.

The Gratton Society was established in the late 1980s in the name of founding Scotch College Headmaster, Norman Gratton, to recognise people from the Scotch community who have made a bequest to the College.

No bequest is too big or too small. The process is simple, confidentiality is assured and you will leave a legacy at Scotch.

When Scotch moved to Torrens Park in 1919, the daunting task of turning an elegant but run-down Victorian mansion into a first-class boys' college was a challenge that Norman Gratton met. Under his energetic leadership classrooms and dormitories were created, army huts were converted to classrooms or workshops, the coach-house became a science block and the stables a gymnasium. Ovals and tennis courts were established. By the time he retired in 1951, there were over 400 pupils. No more popular figure had ever trod the school grounds.

By leaving a bequest in your will, you can carry on the legacy of Norman Gratton.

As of mid-2015, thanks to the Gratton Society:

  • In excess of $5.5 million in specified bequests have been pledged, and
  • Approximately $1 million has been received.

The funds are invested by the College Investment Committee. The money generated is used to maintain a corpus of funds and assist the College with provision of scholarships. Major bequests have assisted in the funding of the Hamilton Scholarship and the Davidson Family Boarding scholarship.

For an information pack about bequests and The Gratton Society, please contact Catherine Newton on (08) 8274 4335 or via cnewton@scotch.sa.edu.au.

Gratton Society Members

Paul Abeles  Gladstone Gratton Scott Rickards
Alistair Angus  Gordon Gratton Peter Routley
Susan Angus  Peter Griffiths Anthony Seymour
Bruce Arrowsmith  Colin Hamilton  Tommie Siekmann
Dianne Barron-Davis Michael Harrington Cathy Smith
Douglas Bell Greg Harris Michael Smith
Ross Blanchard John Hosking Wilmot Smith
Claire Clayton Chris Humble Mary Stevens
John Clayton  Andrew Just Max Taylor
Bob Cottle John Kramer Peter Trumble
Margie Cottle Rick Law George Van Staveren
Jim Cleghorn John Little Joe Walker 
Mark Coxon Ida Llewellyn-Smith John Walter
Robert Craig Michael Llewellyn-Smith Francis Warwick
Patricia Davidson Bob Love  Ken Webb
James Duggin Ethan Martin-Donald Gill Williams
Chris Dutton Grant Mayfield Rose Wilson
Alan Edmonds-Wilson Maurice Minervini  John Wood
John Freebairn Andrew Osmond Tom Wood
Jack Gardiner Marion Osmond Robert Worth
Len Gilbertson Frank Pemble-Smith Ted Wyly
Frank Goldman Bob Pentelow Howard Young
  Ted Raggatt Howard Zelling

* List current as at 14/7/2015

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