Events

  1. [Modified] Semester 1 Examinations Years 7 – 10

    19 June @ 8:45 am - 23 June @ 3:00 pm AEST
  2. [Cancelled] K-12 Cre8ive Sessions

    23 June @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST
  3. [Cancelled] Write a Book in a Day

    25 June @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  4. End of Term 2

    26 June @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEST
  5. [Postponed] Interhouse Debating Finals

    26 June @ 10:00 am - 10:55 am AEST

News

  • Exciting News – SMGS ESA Program to proceed for Term 3 2020

    It is our great pleasure to announce that the 2020 Elite Snowsports Academy (ESA) at Snowy Mountains Grammar School will be running.  We are nearing capacity for this year, however, if you would like to learn more about the 2020 program offering or to put your son or daughter’s name down on a wait list, […]
  • Applications for 2021 Scholarships are now open

    Snowy Mountains Grammar School offers a limited number of Scholarships in the Senior School that are made available each year to students commencing in Years 7 to 11. Scholarships for Senior School students commencing in Years 7 to 11 are offered for the duration of a student’s remaining years at Snowy Mountains Grammar School until […]
  • Virtual School Tour Now Online

    While the current situation means that we can’t being people onto the campus for a tour, it doesn’t mean you can’t experience our wonderful school. Our virtual school tour video is now online and is available on the Virtual Tour page: SMGS Virtual School Tour
  • SMGS finalist in 2020 Australian Education Awards

    This morning, The Educator Magazine announced the finalists across each of the 23 categories for this year’s Australian Education Awards. The awards are open to any school in the Australian K-12 Education Sector and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the country’s top performing schools, principals, department heads and teachers. We are extremely honored and proud […]

Pastoral Care

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Exciting Professional Development Opportunities in Sydney

SMGS Enrichment and Learning Support teachers, Krista Mower (Senior School) and Tavia Taylor (Junior School) spent two days in Sydney visiting the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) of NSW and St Andrew’s Cathedral School. Krista’s and Tavia’s role as Enrichment and Learning Support teachers is to work collaboratively with classroom teachers, students and parents to [...]

Courage and Integrity

Our Year 9 and 10 students took on the substantial topics of “Courage” and “Integrity” for our first two chapel services of the year. They presented to us inspirational clips that they had found – my favourite was the “Dropped Money” experiment. On a university campus, a person dropped cash in a crowded place to [...]

Farewell to Principal Andrew Bell

This week, SMGS staff, students, parents and the extended community said their farewells to Mr Andrew Bell, the Principal of SMGS for the past five years. As the last of the school events for 2016 came to a close and Andrew addressed the student body for the final time during Speech Day, one could not [...]

Speech Day 2016 – Words from the Chairman of the Board, Michael Jones

On Thursday 8 December, SMGS held its annual Speech Day. Speech Day concludes the school year for our students and is a celebration of the achievements and discoveries the students have made with their teachers across academia, sport, performance and citizenship. This was my first Speech Day at SMGS and, like all events I have [...]

Parents and Boarding Staff – a team approach to the care of boarding students.

“Parents and boarding staff – working together to care and mentor the children of our future”. – Michael Barton, SMGS Deputy Principal This article isn’t about parent bashing – there are other commentators who do that and I’m not one for dividing the partnership that needs to be established between a parent (home) and [...]

“Anger”

“Fear’s job is to keep Riley safe, Anger’s job is to keep things fair”, explained Joy in one of my favorite movies, “Inside Out”. This week in chapel we explored managing anger in relationships. As in the movie, there are times when anger gets a hold on all of us and we can feel like [...]

The Art of Compromise

On the Year 7 camp, early in Term 1, we all hiked to Blue Lake. I think it is a tough walk, but all those little legs breezed through it – the older legs, however, definitely needed re-covery time. Every year the students are very excited with the prospect of having to rock-hop across the [...]