Events

  1. Staff Day

    14 October
  2. Year 10 Work Experience

    14 October - 18 October
  3. Year 11 Camp

    15 October - 18 October
  4. First Day of Term 4

    15 October
  5. HSC Examinations

    17 October - 8 November

News

  • Join us for our OPEN DAY!

    Snowy Mountains Grammar School warmly invites all prospective Kindergarten to year 12 Families to their Open Day on Friday November 1st. Tour the campus, meet with the principal, teaching staff and students. Come and get a glimpse of our award-winning education and innovative learning environment in action. ***As our Open Day occurs on the same […]
  • Dr Adam Lloyd to lead STEM at SMGS

    We are delighted to announce that Dr Adam Lloyd will be returning to SMGS in 2020 as Head of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Dr Lloyd was previously Head of Mathematics in 2018 and we welcome Adam and his family back to Jindabyne and to SMGS. Dr Lloyd will work at the coalface in […]
  • Thank you Snowy Monaro Region for your support!

    Yesterday, the NSW Government announced the successful My Community Projects. Unfortunately, the Multi-Purpose Sports Courts for the Jindabyne Community did not receive enough points in the public vote to receive funding. Of the 20 or so project applications for the Monaro, only two were successful, for a total of just over $200,000 in funding. The […]
  • Now Hiring – Teaching & Boarding Positions for 2020

    Due to the growth of enrolments at Snowy Mountains Grammar School, several positions will become available for commencement in 2020 to join our dedicated team of educators.

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Racer ready – SMGS ESA Program hits the start gates for 2019

On Friday 28 June, Principal Dr Andrew Bell, Director of Activities, Mr Martin Philpott, ESA Co-ordinator Ms Annabel Elliot and Head of Boarding, Mrs Julie Wright welcomed new and returning student- athletes and their families to SMGS and the ESA program. Annabel introduced the trio of ESA Supervisors who will be assisting with the program [...]

Wizard of Oz – Meet the Main Characters

Dorothy Played by Tilly Henness How is this character like you? She is very strong with her opinion and she will stand by her opinion. She protects her friends. What sort of person is going to love this character? Someone that really likes to enjoy and appreciate things in life. Someone who [...]

SMGS is finalist in three categories in the 2019 Australian Education Awards

On Tuesday 21 May, The Educator Magazine announced the finalists across each of the twenty-four categories for this year’s Australian Education Awards. The awards are open to any school in the Australian K-12 education sector. Snowy Mountains Grammar School is very proud to announce that we have been selected as a finalist in three categories [...]

Da Vinci Decathlon an exciting enrichment event for SMGS students

Last week SMGS’ Year 5, 6, 7 and 8 teams travelled to Canberra Grammar School to compete in the 2019 da Vinci Decathlon. The da Vinci Decathlon is an academic competition designed to challenge and stimulate the minds of school students. Students compete in teams of eight across ten disciplines: engineering, mathematics and chess, code-breaking, [...]

Year 6 Virtual Debate team successful in second round

On Tuesday 14th May our Year 6 debating representatives won their second-round virtual debate against Newcastle Grammar School. The topic for debate was that the Australian flag should never be changed. Our team were given the negative position. The issues and arguments that were raised were very well considered and showed maturity in both sides [...]

K/1 explore 3D shapes through building their own robots!

As part of our Mathematics unit on 3D shapes, K/1  explored the attributes and properties of prisms (cardboard boxes), whilst building their own amazing robots! Students gave oral descriptions of their robot’s ability and even named them as Lullaby Singing Robot, Cat Feeding Robot, Cookie Making Robot and Cleaning Robot. This hands on activity [...]

National Boarding Week 2019

Founded twenty-three years ago, our boarding house community is an integral thread in the fabric of our school. The boarding house at SMGS is large enough to foster personal growth, yet small enough to notice and cater for diverse individual difference.   Although the natural environment of the Snowy Mountains region is a gift that all boarding students are able to experience, it is the personalised programs and unique offering [...]

SMGS joins schools and workplaces across Australia for inaugural Do it for Dolly Day

On Friday 10 May, SMGS joined schools and workplaces across Australia to commemorate Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett and to extend the Dolly’s Dream message that bullying is never ok. On Do it for Dolly Day, people can commemorate Dolly and support her family’s mission by “going blue” at school or work and holding fundraising events to help [...]

Community, competition and opportunity at the heart of 22nd Annual SMIEC event

From Saturday 27 to Tuesday 30 April, Snowy Mountains Grammar School welcomed 248 riders from 58 schools to Jindabyne for the 22ndannual Snowy Mountains Interschools Equestrian Competition. Of this year’s event, Event Director, Sue West, said, “SMIEC 2019 was an amazing event. The weather was the best we have had for many years and this [...]

Weekly Mystery Reader program kicks off in K/1

Today our K/1 class kicked off it's weekly Mystery Reader program! Each week, members of our school community will visit our K/1 students and read a book chosen by Kindergarten Teacher, Ms Taylor. This is a wonderful opportunity to help our youngest learners get to meet other staff members from around the school! This week, [...]