Highlights from recent editions

Finding local solutions to a global challenge

Now working for the World Health Organisation, Scott Pendergast shares his path to a career in international development, and how he maintains a work-life balance.

Data matters, but people matter more

Working at the intersection of customer experience and data strategy, Kate Mann says what matters most in her role is understanding people.

A two-way exchange of experience and knowledge

Our Career Masterclass programme offers opportunities for both mentors and mentees to see their life paths from new perspectives.

Flack Park, sanctuary in the city

The latest custodian of Edwin Flack Park is using her knowledge and initiative to create a habitat corridor for Melbourne’s fauna.

A scholarship history that spans generations

Eighty years after his death, Edwin Flack’s generosity is still having a positive impact on Melbourne Grammar students, their broader community, and the world at large.

Commitment, enthusiasm, and the secret to rowing success

Dedicated teacher, much-loved rowing coach, and continuing supporter of our School Old Melburnian Tony Smith reflects on his lifetime of service.

Campus News

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Latest News

Farewell Greg Caldwell

Greg Caldwell retires at end 2021 after serving as Head of Wadhurst for the past 15 years.

A new scholarship to pay it forward

Martin Hoe knows first-hand how transformative scholarship support can be. Now, he wants to share this support with the next generation.

What we gain through service

A new publication is bringing together students, teachers and the community to answer a question core to our values: Why do we engage in service?

An open mind leads to tech success

Entrepreneur Huw Birrell is working to transform the fast-moving food industry. Recently, he took time out to share his insights with our Old Melburnian community.

Bringing a fresh perspective to philanthropy

Carl Junot understands that no two people decide to take philanthropic action for the same reason, and that every act of giving is also an act of building community.

How well do you know someone?

2021 Sir Kingley Norris Orator and Year 12 student, Felix Archibald, muses on the problem of identity.

Where ‘little l’ leadership begins

For Grimwade House students, leadership has many dimensions, present at each new stage of learning.

Conversations with elders encourage empathy

Through the Argo program, our Year 7 students have been forging new connections with the elders in their lives.

A history of our Boat Houses

Over the years, our various Boat Houses have been a place of celebration, excellence and, on occasion, tragedy.

Philanthropic impact

Philanthropy lies at the heart of Melbourne Grammar School's history, success and values. View 'Philanthropic Impact' which provides an overview of the generosity of our School community during 1 January 2019 to 30 September 2021.

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