More than a face in the crowd
AT GIRLS Grammar, your daughter is more than another face in the crowd.
At Girls Grammar, she will be a part of a whole school community where she is known, valued, and will have the chance to shine.
As she enters the high school years, she will learn more than English, maths, technology, Spanish and dance. Some of the most important things that she will learn will be about how to live in a community with others. She will learn a range of skills that will see her through life.
Our boarders are in the unique position of starting their journey towards independence in a safe and supported environment. She will learn how to organise; how to make and meet a schedule. She will learn to work with others. One of the most important things she will learn is how to balance all of the demands in her day – school, work, study, sport, co-curricular activities and friendships and she will do this with a staff which has years of experience in girls’ boarding.
As your daughter moves through adolescence, it is likely she will seek increasing independence.
Our aim is to produce young women who are clever, confident and connected.
She won’t get lost in the crowd at Girls Grammar.
STUDENT: Lucy Brown from Capella.