Gear up for success at Snowy Mountains Grammar School with essential back-to-school tips by Head of Teaching and Learning, Paul Horvath. Embrace Courage in pursuing opportunities, Authenticity in being true to yourself, Respect in fostering inclusivity, and Empathy by cultivating curiosity. The guide emphasises a positive mindset, organisation, and a community that values diversity, setting the stage for an exciting academic journey in 2024.
Four SMGS Year 6 students attended the 2023 HICES Gifted and Talented Camp at the end of August. Students participated in various activities that challenged their minds, met new friends and had a lot of fun! We caught up with four of the students who attended. Here is what they had to say about their [...]
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award continues to thrive at Snowy Mountains Grammar School, with over seventy students in Years 9 to 12 currently working towards the achievement of their Award. There are three levels of the Award Program—the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. Each of these levels requires students to participate in and demonstrate commitment [...]
North West Equestrian Expo Written by Chloe Chilcott, SMGS Sports Co-Captain The North West Equestrian Expo, was an amazing event that brought schools and students together. The event was a whole week of competition including a range of different disciplines. Throughout the week all the students were constantly supporting each other by helping one another [...]
Mathematics extends far beyond numbers and equations; it is an essential part of our everyday lives, fostering innovation, unravelling mysteries and shaping our world. Mathematics is often considered a universal language, transcending cultural and linguistic boundaries. It provides a shared framework for communication and understanding concepts that have been developed and refined over centuries. From [...]
The Snowy Mountains Grammar School community came together for a memorable evening at this year's P&F Trivia Night. With an atmosphere filled with fabulous Saturday Night Fever attire, friendly competition, and creative dance moves, it was an event to remember. The night's success was made possible by the generous support of individuals, businesses, and organizations, [...]
On Thursday, 25 May, our Junior School students took to the Snowy Shed stage for the musical Pirates of the Curry Bean. Students were elated to get to work on their performance after a few years of hiatus owing to Covid-19. For many of our Junior School students, this was their first production at SMGS. [...]
Join us in celebrating the joy of learning as our kindergarten students unveil their collective Learning Bug at the Lake Light Sculpture festival! Take a behind-the-scenes look at how our students brought their Learning Bug to life and discover the wonder of learning that they have embraced.
Students participating in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at Snowy Mountains Grammar School embarked upon their first Adventurous Journey for 2023 from Saturday, 18 February, to Tuesday, 21 February. Key components of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award include the development of initiative, responsibility, self-sufficiency and teamwork skills. In order to facilitate this, students managed all [...]
On Thursday, 31 students from Snowy Mountains Grammar School in years 9 and 10 showcased their scientific and engineering skills at the prestigious Newcastle University Science and Engineering Challenge in Canberra. The event offered an ideal platform for students to engage in hands-on problem-solving tasks that tested their teamwork, communication, and creativity skills. Throughout the [...]