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St Anne’s Church of England Girls’ School was founded in 1924. Gippsland Grammar School for Boys commenced in 1961. The two schools amalgamated as St Anne’s and GippslandGrammar School in 1971 and became known as Gippsland Grammar in 1997.

Facilities: Two campuses in Sale and one in Bairnsdale, all with extensive gardens, playing fields and recreation facilities. Facilities
include an information service centre, gymnasium, music centre, chapel and performing arts centre.

Curriculum: A broad curriculum encompasses the Arts, Commerce, Christian Education, Humanities, Science, Mathematics and Technology, Languages (Japanese and French), Graphic Communication, Ceramics and Art. An innovative program has been developed for Year 9. Students enjoy a wide range of ‘out-of-classroom’ activities, including two weeks in the Melbourne city classroom. Other activities include a comprehensive Outdoor Education program, with hiking trips and ski camps together with a Netbook Computer program which enables unprecedented e-learning opportunities.

Sport: A wide variety of sports at inter-house and inter-school level, Physical Education, outdoor education with activities and camps from Year 3 and including snow camps at Year 9. Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme is implemented to gold level.

Extra-curricular activities: Strong music program, inter-house drama and annual production, gifted students’ program, student exchange with sister school in Japan, reciprocal visits to and from Japan, opportunities for student visits to France and Vietnam, presentation ball, public speaking and debating competition.

Student welfare programs: The school encourages positive relationships based on mutual respect. The chaplain extends the care provided by group teachers under a system of pastoral groups. A full-time careers counsellor arranges work experience and provides structured, individual careers advice. Remedial assistance is also available. Students are required to adhere to a code of conduct laid down under school rules in relation to attendance, wearing of uniform and behaviour.

Boarding facilities: A boarding house at the senior campus provides accommodation in a family environment for up to 56 boarders. Students are provided with quality meals and are encouraged to participate in recreational and community activities such as Scouts, sporting teams and so on, which do not interfere with their school commitments. Set homework study periods are supervised at all times for students in Years 7 to 12. Boarding may be full-time or on a weekly or casual basis, Monday to Friday.

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day and Boarding
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 920 Students
Fees 4k - 8k 8k - 12k 12k - 16k
Tuition $6,410 to $15,120 per annum; boarding $17,450 per annum
03 5143******* 03 5143 6388
03 5143******* 03 5143 6347
Address Princes Highway, Sale 3850
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