Events

  1. National Sorry Day

    26 May @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  2. [Pending]NW Equestrian Expo

    27 May @ 8:00 am - 2 June @ 5:00 pm AEST
  3. [Pending]ISA Cross Country

    27 May @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  4. [Cancelled] Environmental Education Session

    27 May @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm AEST
  5. [Cancelled] GRIP Leadership Summit (Year 6)

    28 May @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST

News

  • Return to School from Monday 1 June

    SMGS returns to an on-site campus for all year groups from Monday 1st June 2020. The week of Monday 25 May 2020 remains as: Monday – K to Yr 3; Yr 7 to Yr 9; Yr 11 & 12 Tuesday – K to Yr 3; Yr 7 & 8; Yr 11 & 12 Wednesday – […]
  • We’re Hiring – Uniform Shop Administrator

    We’re looking for a Uniform Shop Administrator to run our on-site uniform store, servicing new and existing families. For all the details, check out the position on our website: Uniform Shop Administrator
  • SMGS Virtual Easter Hat Challenge

    This Friday 3 April, we will be holding a virtual Kindergarten to Year 12 Easter Hat Challenge. The rules: 1. Must be Handmade. (You may add to another hat you have (ie, cap/ sombrero/ top hat). 2. It must fit and stay on your head (no hands) for the photo. 3. One hat per person. […]
  • SMIEC 2020 postponed until Term 4

    SMIEC 2020 After discussing at length  with SMGS Executive, the SMIEC committee, and in consultation with Perisher, we have made the responsible decision to postpone SMIEC 2020 until Term 4. With the announcement from the Australian Government yesterday in regards to public gatherings over 500, we believe this is the responsible decision to make. Snowy […]

Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Young Leaders in Schools

This post was originally published as an article in the Monaro Post newspaper. Dr Andrew Bell is the principal of Snowy Mountains Grammar School.    When was the last time you asked, “how can I support my child in becoming a young leader?” A young person’s school years provide a vital array of opportunities for personal [...]

SMGS Equestrian Team Brings Home the Win!

Sarah Jansen (Year 11) is the Snowy Mountains Equestrian Capitan. The Snowy Mountains Grammar School Equestrian team has had a huge start to the season, with students competing in competitions all over NSW.   On the long weekend, Charlotte Wilson and I went to the Berry InterSchools in Worrigee, and competed in dressage and show [...]

Year 10 Gains Work Experience in Community

Year 10 have spent the first week of Term 4 gaining valuable insight into the professional world during Work Experience Week. Snowy Mountains Grammar School students completed their Work Experience with businesses located in Jindabyne, Cooma, and Canberra. Some students even travelled as far as Sydney to take advantage of opportunities. Each chose an industry [...]

Use of Technology to Educate our School Children

As technology use becomes increasingly prevalent in everyday life, the debate about how innovative, tech-based learning methods can best benefit our children persists.

Tips to Give Your Child the Best Start at School

This post originally appeared as an article in the Monaro Post newspaper. Tavia Taylor is a Kindergarten teacher. She has welcomed many children to Big School.   Starting Kindergarten is a monumental milestone in any child’s life. It also presents a big change for parents too. You may feel excited, nervous, or even overwhelmed, but [...]

Mountain Bike Australia School of Merit

Snowy Mountains Grammar School is very excited to announce that it has been selected as a School of Merit by Mountain Bike Australia, the peak body for mountain biking in Australia. SMGS is one of only nine schools in Australia formally recognised as a School of Meritby Mountain Bike Australia for the provision of school-based mountain [...]

SMGS Farewells Class of 2018

Last Friday marked the last day of school for Snowy Mountains Grammar School’s Class of 2018. The 33 Year 12 students were commended for their academic, sporting, community, and leadership achievements at a number of whole-school events. Final-day festivities began with a breakfast on the shores of Lake Jindabyne, and concluded with a farewell [...]