Scott, Angus C.

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Scott, Angus C.

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Angus Cheever Scott was born in 1925 to parents Silas Warren Cheever Scott and Marie Louise (nee Morris). He attended Hillfield School and Ridley College. In 1943 Scott entered Trinity College at the University of Toronto. Scott left the university in 1944 for active service with the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve. Returning to U of T, Scott graduated with a BA in Modern History in 1949. He taught for a year at Appleby College before leaving for Emmanuel College at Cambridge University, where he earned an MA in 1952. In September 1952, Scott joined the staff of Trinity College School in Port Hope as a History teacher. He became Brent Housemaster in 1955 and Assistant Headmaster in 1959. After one year’s leave of absence to attend Harvard, Scott became Trinity College School’s Headmaster in 1962. He held this position until his retirement in 1983. During his tenure as Headmaster teaching standards improved, the School endowment grew, the athletic programs were expanded, and the student advisor program was introduced. Scott died on July 5, 2001.


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