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 [...]
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 [...]
Tom Hansen is a Year 12 student, and the Capitan of Mowamba House. Mowamba is one of Snowy Mountains Grammar School's four spirit houses. Each House and it's students engage in various sporting, academic, and community activities throughout the school year. According to the Beyond Blue foundation, over 3 Million Australians are living with [...]
What happens when communication meets science? Snowy Mountains Grammar School’s Year 5 and 6 students have the answer! As part of their Stage 3 Science class, students are learning about the technology that allows us to send and receive messages. Stage 3 Science at SMGS involves discussion and learning on both modern and traditional [...]
Snowy Mountains Grammar School was named 2018 Boarding School of the Year at the inaugural Australian Education Awards held in Sydney last week.
Year 7 Science students have had the opportunity get hands-on, as they assess the local conditions for the establishment of an Alpine Tree Frog colony. The students, who are currently studying ecology, conducted a range of water and soil quality tests around the banks of Lake Jindabyne. Three locations were assessed for their suitability [...]
Charley Burns from Snowy Mountains Grammar School’s Junior School Year 3 class had the opportunity to engage with education in a new way on Friday, thanks to SMGS Principal Dr Andrew Bell’s new initiative, Principal for a Day. During his time as principal, Charley was invited to engage with senior and administrative staff, and with students [...]
In early August, the NSW Government declared the entire State to be in drought. A mere 10mm of rain was recorded in the region in July of this year, with similar dry spells not seen since the 1980s. Many farmers have been forced to sell stock, or incur the added expense of purchasing feed. Many Snowy Mountains [...]