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Showing leadership in supporting diversity

Melbourne Grammar recently hosted an interschool conference focusing on diversity and inclusion.

Sport shorts

A summary of recent sporting achievements by students and Old Melburnians.

A chance encounter leads to a lifetime commitment

Retiring after 30 years of service, Tony Walker shares his sense of gratitude for a lifetime connected to our rowing community.

Why Latin and the Classics still matter

The benefits of studying these subjects goes far beyond knowing the facts of ancient history.

Rowing success

Congratulations to our rowers - past and present - on their continued success.

New accolades for 2021 VCE students

Five exceptional students have been recognised for their academic excellence through the Premier's VCE Awards.

A commitment to understanding and change

Reconciliation Week highlights our ongoing support for reconciliation across Australia.

You are invited to a special event

Please join our talented musicians as they perform in venues around Victoria during December 2022.

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.

The two hours’ traffic of this year’s Quad Play

'Romeo and Juliet' set on Brunswick's Sydney Road - a breath of new life.

Campuses come to life through cultural connections

The cultural diversity of our learning program, our students and our community was celebrated through recent festive events.

A new program supporting learning through mentoring

Young Old Melburnians are guiding Senior School students through their academic challenges.