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Casey Grammar School, Prep to Year 12 co-educational, ecumenical school, aims to foster spiritual, intellectual, physical and social development in each student through participation in programs of study appropriate to their diverse needs, abilities and aspirations. The school believes that everyone has the right to feel and be safe, that respect for all should be given and received, and that everyone has the right to work and play without unwanted interference. The school takes into account society’s diversity in the care and education of students and understands that they have a responsibility to safeguard the rights of all children to be treated equitably by adopting an inclusive concept of services and strategies open to all students and families who come to Casey Grammar School. This mission is achieved by providing teaching and learning which foster positive personal relationships and pastoral care, religious and spiritual development, academic excellence, participation in co-curricular activities and commitment to the wider community.

Facilities: Facilities include a VCD and Technology Centre, a VCE Centre, a new spacious primary wing and excellent sporting facilities. A performing arts centre and a science complex have also been completed. Five dedicated computer classrooms and interactive whiteboards in all classrooms ensure the use of advanced technology.

: CGS provides a comprehensive curriculum to ensure students acquire the knowledge and skills they need in a changing world. Literacy and numeracy are focused on across all levels of the school, providing a foundation for lifelong learning. Students are encouraged to broaden their learning experiences through a diverse range of elective choices in the secondary years. The curriculum approach is student-focused, incorporating the use of online curriculum access, extensive laptop and tablet use and cross-age learning. An enhancement program challenges and develops more able students. VCE, or alternative pathways such as VET, prepare all students for a future of tertiary study or post-school employment.

Co-curricular activities: CGS stimulates personal growth beyond formal learning by encouraging excellence and experience in drama, music, art and sport. Outside the classroom the school promotes personal development through camps, excursions and mainstream sports, as well as outdoor education and equestrian pursuits.

Student welfare programs: The pastoral care program in the school is built around mentoring of the individual in small groups to ensure personal support and attention.
A full-time psychologist, chaplain, individual differences co-ordinator and learning assistants provide support to staff, students and their families.

Religion None
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Year 1 - Year 12
Enrolment 764 students
Fees: 4k - 8k
03 5991******* 03 5991 0800
: 03 59******* : 03 5995 2888
Address 3 New Holland Drive, Cranbourne East 3977
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