Events

  1. Non School Time

    24 June - 18 July
  2. New Boarders Arrival

    17 July @ 12:45 pm - 1:15 pm AEST
  3. Boarders Return

    17 July @ 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm AEST

News

  • Year 11 2023 Subject Selection Information Evening and Expo

    Year 11 marks an exciting time in a student’s learning journey – The start of the Upper Senior Years.   We warmly invite all Year 10 students currently attending SMGS or considering enrolling at SMGS in 2023, and their parents/carers, to attend our Year 11 2023 Subject Selection Information Evening on Tuesday, 26 July, commencing […]
  • Join us for our Junior School Principal’s Tour in Term 3!

    Snowy Mountains Grammar School tours are the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about the school, see the campus, meet the Principal, staff and school leaders, and have a glimpse of our inspiring learning environment in action. Tour Dates: Junior School Principal’s Tour  Thursday 28 July 2022 at 9:15am Middle School and Senior School Principal’s […]
  • 2022 Regional Interschools Snowsports – Important Team Information

      To allow us to process our school entries into the 2022 ACT & Regional NSW Interschools Snowsport Championships, each student requires a valid and renewed Snow ID to be entered into the competition. Your child’s Snow ID needs to be renewed every year.  If you have not you have not provided a valid Snow […]
  • 2022 Snowsports Draft Team Lists – Now Available

    The draft team lists for both the 2022 SUBARU ACT & Regional NSW Interschools Snowsport Championships and the 2022 Redlands Cup are now available from the links below: SUBARU ACT & Regional NSW Interschools Snowsport Championships (Published 10/06/2022) Redlands Cup (Published 10/06/2022) Please direct any queries to Mr Martin Philpott at: martin.philpott@smgs.nsw.edu.au

Activities

//Activities

There are many activities organised through the school and the boarding house.

This is to ensure that our students stay active. Exercise is very beneficial and has been shown to help the whole body cope better with stress, and helps the brain to function at its best for optimal learning. Hence, all students in Years 7-11 are required to participate in at least one activity per week. They are free to choose in which activity they participate from the variety provided at school, from external providers, or they can organise their own activity such as a weekly skate park session.

After-School Activities

During the week, a variety of after-school activities are available for students to participate in. These sessions are run by both boarding and teaching staff. Students can participate in a school-organised or an externally provided activity.

Weekend Activities

Regular activities are organised by staff for those students who stay in the house on the weekends. The schedule of activities is usually published at the beginning of each term.

Weekend activities usually occur on Saturday. Previous activities have included:

  • Walk and picnic around the lake
  • Swimming at the aquatic centre or the beach
  • Shopping in Canberra
  • Laser tag
  • Ten pin bowling
  • Rock climbing
  • Go-Karts
  • Paintball
  • Movies
  • Mountain biking

Sunday is usually kept as a day of rest for students.

Externally Provided Activities

Many of our students take part in the externally provided activities such as:

  • Rugby with the Jindabyne Bush Pigs
  • Dancing
  • Gym
  • Karate
  • Navy Cadets
  • Nippers
  • Scouts
  • Dragon boating with the Snow Dragons
  • Swimming club
  • Trampolining
  • Winter Sports Club at Perisher.

For more information please contact Mrs Julie Wright.

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