At Seymour College, we proudly embrace our Scottish heritage. Our community immerses itself in our long-standing traditions and enjoys celebrating all that makes our College unique.
Clan colour: White
Origins: Named after Robert the Bruce, King of the Scots from 1306 to 1329.
Birthday: 23 June
Motto: Fuimus – ‘We have Been’
2022 Clan Chief: Chelsea
A Message from the Chief: I feel incredibly honoured to be serving as Clan Bruce Chief for 2022. Being able to represent the robust and unique Bruce family alongside my Chieftans, Mia and Emma, brings me a tremendous sense of pride. This year, I hope to support my Bruce sisters in achieving excellence in all aspects of Seymour life.
Clan colour: Yellow
Origins: Named after Donald Cameron, the 19th Chief of Lochiel
Birthday: 21 September
Motto: Strive and Endure
2022 Clan Chief: Lauren
A Message from the Chief: I am incredibly honoured to have been selected as Clan Cameron Chief. Working alongside Monique and Isabel, is a privilege and we hope to end the year knowing every single Cameron girl. We encourage every Cameron girl to reach for the stars.
Clan colour: Blue
Origins: Named after Sir James Douglas, the Scottish knight and feudal Lord.
Birthday: 19 March
Motto: Jamais Arriere – ‘Never Behind’
2022 Clan Chief: Bridgette
A Message from the Chief: I feel honoured to be elected as Clan Douglas Chief and to guide all my Douglas girls alongside Phoebe and Mia. Douglas girls never fail to uplift each other and show courage in their participation. I am beyond excited to share my passion for my Clan and the amazing girls in it.
Clan colour: Red
Origins: Named after the Stewarts of Glenfinnan
Birthday: 19 August
Motto: Virescit Vulnere Virtus – Courage grows strong at the wound.
2022 Clan Chief: Molly
A Message from the Chief: Together with Charlotte and Tallulah, I am delighted to be leading the Clan Stewart Sailors this year. The girls of our Clan are enthusiastic and have already had so much success. I could not be more excited for what the rest of the year holds.
Seymour College acknowledges that the land where we live, learn and work is the traditional lands of the Kaurna people, the original people of the Adelaide Plains and wooded foothills of the Mt Lofty Ranges, where Seymour College now stands.