Events

  1. Lions Youth of the Year

    26 February @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT
  2. JS Swimming Session 2

    27 February @ 8:30 am - 3:00 pm AEDT
  3. Swimming Carnival

    28 February @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm AEDT
  4. JS Assembly

    28 February @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am AEDT
  5. Boarding Exeat Weekend

    29 February @ 8:00 am - 1 March @ 5:00 pm AEDT

News

  • SMGS 2nd Annual Women’s Day Breakfast – TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

    Throughout the world on Sunday 8 March, communities will gather together to celebrate and commemorate the diverse and invaluable contribution of women in society. As the Sunday 8 March does not fall on a school day this year, Snowy Mountains Grammar School will be hosting our 2nd annual International Women’s Day breakfast on the morning […]
  • SMGS to host Dr Charles Massy at inaugural Environment Education Seminar

    In partnership with Upper Snowy Landcare, Snowy Mountains Grammar School proudly presents the Environment Education Seminar Series. The first seminar, being held on 10 March 2020, will be on ‘Regenerative Agriculture’, with Dr Charles Massy as our keynote speaker (https://fennerschool.anu.edu.au/people/visiting/dr-charles-massy). Dr Massy is widely known and has presented all over the world. He became an […]
  • Inaugural Cambodia service-learning and adventure-trekking overseas tour information

    Snowy Mountains Grammar School is very excited to announce its inaugural service-learning and adventure-trekking overseas tour to Cambodia in December 2020. This tour is open to all Senior School students over fourteen years of age (as of December 2020). While the tour will satisfy the requirements of the Adventurous Journey component of the Duke of […]
  • SAVE THE DATE! – SMGS 2nd Annual International Women’s Day Breakfast

    Throughout the world on Sunday 8 March, communities will gather together to celebrate and commemorate the diverse and invaluable contribution of women in society. As the Sunday 8 March does not fall on a school day this year, Snowy Mountains Grammar School will be hosting our 2nd annual International Women’s Day breakfast on the morning […]

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Junior School Adventure Playground ready for Term 1 2020

Classrooms today are rapidly changing to adapt to different styles of learning for a more personalised approach. At Snowy Mountains Grammar School, we are progressively designing our learning spaces to be more considered for all types of learners and learning experiences, across a broad range of subject areas and age groups. The Junior School classrooms [...]

HSC D&T student works nominated for SHAPE 2019

Congratulations to SMGS Year 12 Students Lulu Joyce and Jamie Mawkes who have been nominated for Shape 2019 for their HSC Design and Technology major works. Lulu - Sustainable Lip balm Jamie - Psoriasis education and support package for children If selected these works will be included in the NSW Shape Exhibition early next year [...]

SMGS Announced as Australian Snowsports School of the Year at the 2019 Community Sport Awards

Canberra, ACT - (7 November 2019) – Snowy Mountains Grammar School was announced as the Australian Snowsports School of the Year at the 2019 inaugural Community Sport Awards at the QT Canberra. 2019 was a spectacular year for our Snowsports Program, and we are honoured to be recipients of Australian Snowsports School of the Year [...]

Exciting times ahead for SMGS as 2020 Junior School initiatives announced

2019 has been a very positive one for our school community. There has been a strong focus on further strategic planning into 2020 and beyond, and we are delighted to continue to strengthen our educational offerings both in and out of the classroom. It is with excitement that we announce a number of new initiatives [...]

Year 3 and 4 begin their Lego Mindstorms adventure!

Year 3 and 4 are starting a LEGO Mindstorms adventure in Science and Technology. They are excited at the thought of programming their own creations this Term.

‘Eaglets, Yeast and Balloons’

On Friday, 27th September, the SMGS community gathered in the Snowy Shed for the 2019 Year 12 Farewell Chapel. Memorable moments from the service included the lighting of the 8 candles, each one representing an aspect of student life at SMGS, the ever-entertaining 'Words of Wisdom' presented by our Primary School, the portraits of each [...]

2019 Snowsports Season celebrated at SMGS’ Annual Awards Presentation Evening

Snowy Mountains Grammar School (SMGS) offers an educational opportunity like no other in Australia. Located in the NSW Snowy Mountains, with some of the nation’s best and largest ski fields on our doorstep, our students have unsurpassed opportunities to immerse themselves in snowsports. SMGS students participate in a variety of alpine, cross-country and snowboard programs, [...]

SMGS joins Upper Snowy Landcare Network tour

Today, Year 9 student, Alexi Cross and SMGS Science, Mathematics and Physics teacher, Chanelle Abdipranoto had the opportunity to join the Upper Snowy Landcare Network tour with Landcare stalwarts, landholders and the CEO of Landcare NSW, Dr Adrian Zammit. Of the tour, Chanelle said, "We toured some of the Upper Snowy Landcare biodiversity plots, which have [...]

School Readiness Series – Article 4 – Fine and Gross Motor Skills

Fine and Gross Motor Skills As a continuation of our discussion on school readiness, so far we have discussed the building blocks of school readiness and why they are important. We have looked at how to determine if your child is lacking in school readiness and what you can do to assist in the development of school readiness skills. [...]

Numeracy + Food Manipulatives = FUN!

Over the past few weeks, K/1 have been practising their addition and subtraction skills. Students used a range of manipulatives that included counters, blocks, tens frames, number lines and even some yummy snacks!. First students practised forming groups of items. When adding, students were encouraged to find out how many there were all together. When [...]