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  • Regional Visit – SMGS Heading to Merimbula Seaside Markets

    Join us at the Seaside Markets in Merimbula on Sunday 21 April 2024, where you can meet our Deputy Principal, Registrar, and Director of Innovation. Discover the diverse learning opportunities we offer and explore the benefits of boarding at SMGS for your family.
  • 2025 Scholarship and Bursary Program – Applications Now Open

    Calling all Year 6-10 students! The Snowy Mountains Grammar School 2025 Scholarship and Bursary Program is now open for applications.   Our program is designed for students who are passionate about joining our learning environment and are committed to making a significant contribution to the life of the school.   Available Scholarships and Bursaries: Academic […]
  • Volunteers needed at the Jindabyne Ski Sale

    Calling all SMGS families!   The Jindabyne Ski Sale, an initiative of the Rob Kneller Youth Foundation, still needs volunteers to assist with this weekend’s event.   All funds raised will subsidise the cost of school skiing for JCS and SMGS students in years K-2 to encourage participation and exposure to the Snowsports industry.   […]
  • 2023 Redlands Cup Draft Team List (Updated)

    The draft team lists for the 2023 Redlands Cup Competition are now available: 2023 Redlands Cup Draft Team List (Tuesday 30th May 2023) Please direct any queries to snowsports@smgs.nsw.edu.au

Monthly Archives: June 2024

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Student Story – Hamish Shumack

Photos: Wendy McDougall  What inspired you to start sheep shearing, and how did you get involved in this activity?  Growing up on a sheep farm, shearing time was always my favourite time of year as I could work with good people, work dogs and sheep. This inspired me to want to take up shearing.  Can [...]

SMGS Announces International Service-Learning Tour to Borneo in June 2025

Following the success of the 2023 Cambodia Service-Learning Trip. We’re excited to offer students a life-changing opportunity to participate in an International Service-Learning Tour to Borneo in June 2025. This trip will be open to students in Years 9 – 12 in 2025.  This two-week expedition will focus on life skills, confidence, resilience, and independence.  [...]

$10,000 Snowy Hydro Grant Fuels SMGS Robotics and STEAM Education

Last week, Snowy Mountains Grammar School (SMGS) was announced as a recipient of a $10,000 grant from Snowy Hydro's Local School STEM Fund program. Following the application process, SMGS was selected based on its teaching and learning approach and efforts to develop a robust robotics program in the Snowy Monaro region. This generous funding will [...]

Staff Story – Catherine Batson, Head of Faculty – Creative and Performing Arts

What inspired you to pursue a career in drama and performing arts education?  As a teenager I was very outgoing around close friends but painfully shy around everyone else. While my high school did not offer Drama as an elective subject, I was fortunate enough to have English teachers that nurtured my love of performance [...]

SMGS Equestrian Team Shines at Northwest Equestrian Expo

On the Last Wednesday of May, a team of 10 riders departed the Snowy Mountains to tackle the 9-hour trip to Coonabarabran. The week started rather wet and muddy, with many events being pushed back and swapped around - 40ml of rain overnight will do that! The sunshine briefly popped out on day two, and [...]

Stage 3 Caine’s Arcade Fundraiser for UNICEF: Creativity and Compassion in Action

During Term 1, Stage 3 students transformed our combined Year 5 and 6 classrooms into a vibrant wonderland of creativity and fun, all for a great cause. Inspired by the famous Caine's Arcade story, our inventive students constructed their very own arcade games out of recycled cardboard boxes. This engaging event wasn't just about working [...]

Student Story – Lottie Lodge, Youth Olympics Silver Medalist

What was going through your mind when you found out you had placed 2nd at the Youth Olympics?   When the judges’ scores came in and the event commentator announced that I was progressing to the big final, I knew at that stage that I had won a Youth Olympics medal. It was a surreal moment, [...]