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A potted history of a medical breakthrough

Our School Archives includes a small pot. Its history is more significant than you might think.

Continuing connections to the School

Simon Derham (OM 1973) highlights the importance of supporting the School so it can maintain relevance.

Building collective support

The “Anticlockwisers” are bound by a shared history and by their commitment to support the future of our Indigenous students.

Leading a transformation in the diagnosis of glaucoma

In his role at Specsavers, Peter Larsen is working to save the sight of thousands of people each year through better glaucoma diagnosis.

Breaking the poverty cycle through education

Anton Leschen (OM 1983) is working to change the trajectory of disadvantaged students. Read more.

“The more you give, the more you receive.”

Speaking at the Old Melburnians Annual Dinner, Mr Simon McKeon AO (OM 1973), highlighted how giving to others has improved his own life.

Drumming up talent

Former Captain of Jazz, James Legg (OM 2011), returns to deliver a series of masterclasses and some useful advice as well.

Everybody needs good neighbours

Gaining insights into the customs of neighboring countries extended the learning of our Year 3 students this year. Read more.

A year of extraordinary debating success

It has been another historic year of debating success at Melbourne Grammar School in 2019.

Gaining global diplomacy experience

For Year 11 debater, Patrick Irwin, initiating and organising an inter-school Model United Nations (UN) competition was a natural fit.