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Meet the 2023 School Captains

Our 2023 student leaders exemplify self-leadership and reflection of the School values.

Encouraging students to use their voice

When used in the right way, your vioce has the power to change the world around you. At Melbourne Grammar School, learning how to express yourself confidently, clearly and with respect is an important part of our educational program.

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.

Is it better to give or to receive?

All members of our School community have the opportunity to show leadership in demonstrating the importance of giving.

The invisible support that shapes our School

Our Chair of Council reflects on the work of those who contribute to our School as volunteers, quietly supporting our community in important ways.

Courage in the face of adversity

We all face challenges every day - but it is how we respond to these that is important. I believe that courage and hard work can overcome many obstacles.

A constant during periods of change

Change can be daunting at the best of times. Not long after a global pandemic, we are facing a new political landscape, an energy...

Balancing change and tradition over two decades

After 22 years of service, John Jesson retires with a legacy that spans many of our School’s most significant projects, and a reputation for leading by example.

Towards 2030: our vision, values and priorities

Towards 2030 sets out Melbourne Grammar School’s strategic intentions.

Thank you to an outstanding leader

We recognise Philip Solomon QC (OM 1986) who has made many contributions to the School over many years.