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For over 125 years, Camberwell Grammar School has been providing an intellectually and personally challenging program in keeping with the best traditions of liberal education and a strong school community. A structured program and attention to the individual enable every boy the opportunity to fulfil his personal potential.

Facilities: Junior School (four-year-old Pre-Prep to Year 5), Middle School (Years 6 to 8) and Senior School (Years 9 to 12) are all on the one campus. The eight-hectare site provides a blend of gracious domestic architecture with contemporary purpose-built facilities including the HR McDonald Senior School Humanities building as well as the William Angliss Middle School. In 2013 the spacious Wheelton Learning Centre for SeniorSchool was opened. In 2015 construction of the new Sports Complex, Chapel, Function Rooms and underground parking facility commenced and is due for completion in late 2016.

Curriculum: A full range of VCE subjects is available. Mandarin, Latin, French and Indonesian are taught to Year 12. Each subject is valued equally and all academic areas are exceptionally strong. Over the past five years, on average, over half of Camberwell Grammar’s Year 12 students achieved an ATAR score of 90 and above placing them in the top 10 per cent of all candidates.

Sport: Through its involvement as a member of the Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria, the school offers close to 20 sports. Boys are expected to compete in both summer and winter seasons.

Extra-curricular activities: Concert bands, orchestras, ensembles and choirs perform regularly in an ambitious program of public concerts. Boys are encouraged to be involved in the school’s dramatic and musical productions. Other opportunities include the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, cadets and outdoor education, public speaking, community service activities and adventure camps. Work experience is incorporated in the curriculum.

Student welfare programs: The school is committed to the all-round development of each boy. Progress is monitored through Level and House structures which form the basis of pastoral care in the school. Student counsellors and the chaplain also provide assistance and support. Many opportunities exist for students to accept, at different levels, responsibilities and leadership roles.

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Boy
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 1300 Students
Fees Over 16k
26,860 per annum for Year 7 to $28,095 for Year 12 in 2015
03 9835******* 03 9835 1777
03 9836******* 03 9836 0752
Address 55 Mont Albert Road, Canterbury 3126
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