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  • Regional Visit – SMGS Heading to Merimbula Seaside Markets

    Join us at the Seaside Markets in Merimbula on Sunday 21 April 2024, where you can meet our Deputy Principal, Registrar, and Director of Innovation. Discover the diverse learning opportunities we offer and explore the benefits of boarding at SMGS for your family.
  • 2025 Scholarship and Bursary Program – Applications Now Open

    Calling all Year 6-10 students! The Snowy Mountains Grammar School 2025 Scholarship and Bursary Program is now open for applications.   Our program is designed for students who are passionate about joining our learning environment and are committed to making a significant contribution to the life of the school.   Available Scholarships and Bursaries: Academic […]
  • Volunteers needed at the Jindabyne Ski Sale

    Calling all SMGS families!   The Jindabyne Ski Sale, an initiative of the Rob Kneller Youth Foundation, still needs volunteers to assist with this weekend’s event.   All funds raised will subsidise the cost of school skiing for JCS and SMGS students in years K-2 to encourage participation and exposure to the Snowsports industry.   […]
  • 2023 Redlands Cup Draft Team List (Updated)

    The draft team lists for the 2023 Redlands Cup Competition are now available: 2023 Redlands Cup Draft Team List (Tuesday 30th May 2023) Please direct any queries to snowsports@smgs.nsw.edu.au

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Staff Spotlight | Danielle Goucher, Deputy Principal

Staff Spotlight | Danielle Goucher, Deputy Principal Q: Can you tell us a bit about your background in education and what led you to join our school? A: I have worked in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast throughout my teaching career, at various schools, in both pastoral and curriculum, executive and middle leadership roles. [...]

Navigating a Successful Start to the School Year: Essential Back-to-School Tips for Students

Gear up for success at Snowy Mountains Grammar School with essential back-to-school tips by Head of Teaching and Learning, Paul Horvath. Embrace Courage in pursuing opportunities, Authenticity in being true to yourself, Respect in fostering inclusivity, and Empathy by cultivating curiosity. The guide emphasises a positive mindset, organisation, and a community that values diversity, setting the stage for an exciting academic journey in 2024.

SMGS Year 12 Student Spedding P Named 2024 ABC Heywire Winner

Congratulations to SMGS Year 12 2023 student Spedding P, who was announced today as one of 35 young people from regional Australia named 2024 ABC Heywire winners for their resilience, courage and desire to create change.   To listen to Spedding's story about his experience on his family farm in Adelong during the 2020 Bushfires, [...]

Jessica H, Year 11 attends National Art School Intensive Studio Practice program

In the earlier part of the year, Jessica H (Year 11) participated in the National Art School Intensive Studio Practice program. Tailored for Year 11 Visual Arts Students, this program is crafted to cater to students aspiring to advance their studies in visual arts for the Higher School Certificate (HSC) and beyond to tertiary education. [...]

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – 2024 Expressions of Interest

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is an internationally recognised youth development program that is run in 140 countries. It aims to empower young people aged 14 to 25 to develop their full potential in a range of areas. The Award program focuses on fostering the lifelong skills of perseverance, resilience, teamwork and optimism. While physical [...]

25th Maria Kisich Public Speaking Competition

Congratulations to the nineteen students who took on what researchers often suggest is one of the greatest fears people experience – public speaking. In the 25th year of the Maria Kisich Public Speaking Competition, the return of alumni to both facilitate proceedings as adjudicators and to enjoy the evening from an audience viewpoint, reflects how [...]

The Importance of Collaboration

The significance of collaboration between our school and boarding families in supporting students residing in the Boarding House is paramount to their success. We firmly believe that the partnership between home and school is essential for the holistic development and wellbeing of our boarders.  Boarding life offers unique experiences and challenges for students. Being away [...]

Students’ Successful Equestrian NSW State Interschool Championships

SMGS Equestrian riders have had a successful competition season so far, with many riders attending the Equestrian NSW State Interschool Championships. Six students and their horses headed to Sydney, including Abby Douch, Chloe Chilcott, Cassandra Nicholls, Annabelle Stott Despoja, Bethany Richardson-Dunn and Cora Whitehead.   Congratulations to our students on their NSW Interschool results:  Dressage   CT95   [...]

From Hearts to Hands: Recognising Exemplary Service Learning Contributions by Middle and Senior School Students

19 Service Learning Awards were handed out to Middle and Senior School students on Friday 30 July.  Service learning is learning, developing and applying knowledge and skills to meet an identified and authentic community need. At SMGS, students may choose to undertake service initiatives related to their interest, passion, or alternatively, to community needs as [...]

Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Success

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award continues to thrive at Snowy Mountains Grammar School, with over seventy students in Years 9 to 12 currently working towards the achievement of their Award. There are three levels of the Award Program—the Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards. Each of these levels requires students to participate in and demonstrate commitment [...]