Events

  1. The World of Canvas Information Evening

    20 February @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm AEDT
  2. School Photos

    21 February
  3. Senior School Assembly

    22 February @ 2:40 pm - 3:30 pm AEDT

News

  • 22nd Annual Swimming Carnival Program

    Racers Ready… The SMGS Swimming Carnival, one of the most anticipated events on the school calendar kicks off tomorrow. If you want to see our culture on show, come for a while and watch our students in action and experience the spirit of support, encouragement, sportsmanship and participation, and of course some impressive athleticism too. […]
  • Applications now open for 2019 Duke of Ed Award

    Applications for students in Years 9 – 11 to join the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in 2019 are now open. Stage 5 students will view a short presentation during their stage meeting on Friday. Further information, application forms and further queries should be directed to Mrs Melissa Bell melissa.bell@smgs.nsw.edu.au Applications close next Friday 15th Feb.
  • SMGS Thredbo Mountain Bike Scholarship

    SMGS and Thredbo announce: The Thredbo MTB Scholarship This scholarship is for an emerging SMGS MTB student who would like to contribute to the development of mountain biking at the school and in the local area. The scholarship will be via application and open to students who fit the following criteria: -Students in Years 5-10 […]
  • 2018 HSC results are in! Check out the highlights

    The 2018 HSC results are here and what an amazing effort from our class of 2018. Check out the highlights below and stay tuned for a full wrap-up of the results. Congratulations SMGS Class of 2018, you’ve done an amazing job and we’re all very proud of what you have achieved.

Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Climate Science in the limelight at SMGS

Dr. Johanna Speirs, a Climate Scientist from Snowy Hydro with Science Academy and senior students. Climate Scientist Dr. Johanna Speirs from Snowy Hydro visited Snowy Mountains Grammar School on Tuesday and gave a presentation to students. Her talk revolved around her recent visit to Antarctica as part of Homeward Bound, a program designed to [...]

A Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Last week the SMGS K-2 classes, along with their Year 12 buddies, headed up to the Kosciuszko Education Centre for a Teddy Bear’s Picnic. The day was action-packed with hiking, games, an educational story trail and of course a picnic with the children’s teddy bears. SMGS Head of Senior School, Kelli Wilson, was proud of [...]

SMGS School Spirit Shines at Annual Swim Carnival

Last week, Snowy Mountains Grammar School held its annual swimming carnival at the Berridale Pool. The swimming carnival is a school-wide competition, with each student competing for one of four houses (Twynam, Cascades, Mowamba or Kiandra). The Berridale Pool grounds were filled with the vibrant house colours of red, green, blue or white as students [...]

SMGS Student, Winsome Ogilvie, to participate in the Leukaemia Foundation’s, “The World’s Greatest Shave”

Q. How/why did you make the decision to participate in this year’s “The World’s Greatest Shave”?  I made the decision to participate in the World’s Greatest Shave because I was attracted by the idea of the event and the way I could help blood cancer patients and their families.   Q. Why is fundraising for [...]

Year 11/12 Drama Excursion to the Seymour Centre and the Sydney Theatre Company

On Friday, senior Drama students attended two Onstage performances at the Seymour Centre in Sydney, showcasing last year's HSC Band 6 Group and Individual Performances. Students were inspired by the outstanding level of acting skills and many performances elicited genuinely interesting discussions.  Students were keen to hear how everyone else interpreted each of the performances. Some were deeply moving [...]

Nimmitabel Show Report 2017

Last Saturday a number of members of the SMGS equestrian team travelled to Nimmitabel to compete in the annual Agricultural Show.  It was wonderful to have Mr Bland spectating at this competition.  Our riders train hard with their horses for these events and it is very special for them to feel supported by the staff [...]

From Theory to Application

It is very easy to get caught up in theoretical explanations of subjects like Science and Technology. One of the more enjoyable experiences for students can be applying their knowledge by “doing” something based on that theory. Ostensibly the Academies of Excellence at Snowy Mountains Grammar School cater for those opportunities beyond what can be [...]

Déjà vu on the first day of school

The first day of Term 1 each year is momentous for all new Kindergarten students. This year it is also an historical milestone for the school with the enrolment of Poppy Witherdin, as she is the first child of an alumnus to commence their schooling at Snowy Mountains Grammar School in Kindergarten. Poppy's father, Jeremy, joined [...]