Events

  1. CIS Athletics

    24 September
  2. Year 12 Breakfast

    27 September @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am AEST
  3. Last Day of Term 3

    27 September @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  4. Year 12 Farewell Chapel

    27 September @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm AEST
  5. Staff Day

    14 October

News

  • Thank you Snowy Monaro Region for your support!

    Yesterday, the NSW Government announced the successful My Community Projects. Unfortunately, the Multi-Purpose Sports Courts for the Jindabyne Community did not receive enough points in the public vote to receive funding. Of the 20 or so project applications for the Monaro, only two were successful, for a total of just over $200,000 in funding. The […]
  • Now Hiring – Teaching & Boarding Positions for 2020

    Due to the growth of enrolments at Snowy Mountains Grammar School, several positions will become available for commencement in 2020 to join our dedicated team of educators.
  • SMGS featured on SkyNews

    Over the school holidays, SkyNews interviewed SMGS Principal, Dr Andrew Bell, Director of Activities, Mr Martin Philpott and Junior School Captain, Ambrose Hansen for Sky News’ flagship program, Paul Murry Live. SMGS will be featured on the show, “Our Town”. Dr Bell, Mr Philpott and Ambrose spoke to reporter, Sam Chiari about student life at […]
  • Draft team lists – Interschools and Amelia McGuiness

    Draft team lists are now available for the following events: SSA Northern States Interschools Snowsports Championships (as at Thursday 1st August 2019) Amelia McGuiness Cross-Country (as at Thursday 1st August 2019) Amelia McGuiness Time Trial (as at Thursday 1st August 2019)

Monthly Archives: December 2016

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Farewell to Principal Andrew Bell

This week, SMGS staff, students, parents and the extended community said their farewells to Mr Andrew Bell, the Principal of SMGS for the past five years. As the last of the school events for 2016 came to a close and Andrew addressed the student body for the final time during Speech Day, one could not [...]

Butterflies and skeletons carry Grace Kerr to ArtExpress showcase nomination

With the HSC examinations completed, results published and ATAR marks revealed, graduating classes of 2016 around Australia can now fully relax and start to plan for the next chapter of their lives. It is no secret that the demands of the HSC can at times make students reach deep into their toolbox of coping mechanisms [...]

Speech Day 2016 – Words from the Chairman of the Board, Michael Jones

On Thursday 8 December, SMGS held its annual Speech Day. Speech Day concludes the school year for our students and is a celebration of the achievements and discoveries the students have made with their teachers across academia, sport, performance and citizenship. This was my first Speech Day at SMGS and, like all events I have [...]

Success in Senior Science for 2016 in a Blended Learning Environment

    With HSC results just being released, it is time for teachers to reflect on the year that has been. Part of that reflection is how to improve practice, tweaking here, modifying there. All with the aim to improve student outcomes. Whilst Lucy Schroeder, our Dux for 2016, achieved 2nd in the entire state [...]

Thredbo Run 2016

On Tuesday 6 December, the entire SMGS student body headed up to Thredbo Resort for the 20th annual “Thredbo Run”. The Thredbo run is one of our cultural events for the end of the year, it’s a cross country running event which started when the school first opened in 1996. The distances range from 8km [...]

Gaining my Pilot Certificate – by Nicholas Nanninga, Year 12

November has been an important month for me. Not only did I put P-plates on my first car but I also attained my RA-Aus Pilot Certificate, the freedom and independence of which is pretty good really. Several people have been instrumental in helping me to achieve this goal. I would like to acknowledge the [...]