Highlights from recent editions
The enduring impact of a single scholarship
Financial support to attend Melbourne Grammar has given Kavin Nenh new perspectives, new opportunities, and a desire to give back to those who might need support next.
How equity supports Australia’s health security
Working in a role focused on health security across the Indo-Pacific, Stephanie Williams says equity remains one of her core concerns.
The importance of purposeful play
For our youngest students, play is a fundamental part of our teaching and learning strategy.
Family and community drive Geelong star’s success
Geelong full-forward Tom Hawkins knows success comes in many forms, and that behind each achievement is the effort of a whole community.
Two journeys from philosophy to profession
Having following very similar trajectories leading up to university, two Old Melburnians with a passion for philosophy then took their learning in different directions.
Seeking the Holy Grail of artificial intelligence
Fuelled by curiosity, Hon Weng Chong is on a path to revolutionise digital intelligence, right here in Melbourne.
Our campuses are vibrant and inclusive places for learning, achievement and friendship.
Prep to Year 6
Years 7 and 8
Years 9 to 12
The role of the 21st century library
A contemporary library is one that can adapt to change while continuing to foster intellectual curiosity.
Experiencing Melbourne, then and now
Our Year 7 students recently collaborated with students from Melbourne Girls' Grammar on a unique learning project.
Moments of support mean the most
After 34 years, Mike Shaw departs Melbourne Grammar having built strong relationships across all parts of our community.
A legacy of contribution
As Chair of the Witherby Tower Society, Jim Cousins AO (OM 1961) sees his role as continuing a lifelong commitment to service.
How buildings create school culture
Our school buildings tell us something about ourselves—what we aspire to, and how we care for each other.
Taking the initiative to spark change
Our School Captains have started a conversation about sustainability that they hope will transform our actions over the years to come.
An ‘Australian Animals’ exhibition at Grimwade House
The intersection of learning and art is always visible in the Grimwade House art rooms.
Two Grimwade teachers make the leap to Wadhurst
Wadhurst welcomes two new teachers who have transitioned from Grimwade House to join our secondary school campus.
Relationships and communication are key to a sustainable school
With experience gained at both local and international schools, our new Director of Business and Finance is already looking towards the future of Melbourne Grammar.