The TAS Archives is a diverse collection of written, photographic, filmed, digital, textile, and manufactured items that convey the history of The Armidale School and those who have been part of its community, from its earliest manifestations to the present day.
From crested fine bone china to letters from royalty, valuable firearms and theatrical costumes, it conveys much about who we have been and who we are. A selection of the archives is on display in cabinets in the Lower Maxwell Room, originally built as a library.
The adjacent Sandilands Studio – named in honour of three brothers who gave their lives during the Second World War – is a memorial to the rich history of military service to the country by Old Boys of The Armidale School. Other items of historic interest are also on display in other locations at the school.
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New Scholarships for Day Students at TAS
For new students entering Year 9 and above in 2019.
Monday 12 March
The Armidale School is very excited to announce the launch of our new
Day Student ‘All-Rounder’ Scholarships.
A limited number of scholarships for 50% tuition will be awarded to students who have demonstrated consistent academic achievement and involvement in sport or the creative arts and who would be enthusiastic about the opportunity of a TAS education. New day students entering TAS in Year 9 or above in 2019 are eligible to apply for these entrance scholarships.
The closing date for application is Friday 28 September.
For more information visit www.as.edu.au/enrolments/scholarships/ contact Pip Warrick on 6776 5823