Events

  1. Week 1

    25 January @ 8:00 am - 29 January @ 5:00 pm AEDT
  2. Staff Day 1

    25 January @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT
  3. Australia Day

    26 January @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT
  4. Boarders Return

    27 January @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT
  5. Staff Day 2

    27 January @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm AEDT

News

  • SMGS Environment Committee Interviewed by ABC

    In September, members of the SMGS Environment Committee gathered to learn that they had been successful in their application for a grant from theFRRR and ABC Heywire. The student group is one of only 24 from across Australia who will share in over $180,000 of funding that will contribute to engaging youth in their local […]
  • SMGS named as Innovative Schools 2020 winner!

    We are extremely honoured to be named as an Innovative Schools 2020 winner for our work in reimagining our Kindergarten readiness program, Let’s Explore to provide our future learners with a meaningful and memorable transition program despite the current climate around COVID-19. To read The Educator’s media release and to view the full list of […]
  • Registrations now open! – ACER Scholarship Examination – for 2022 Enrolment

    Examinations for Years 7 to 11 Academic Excellence Scholarships will be held at Snowy Mountains Grammar School on the morning of Saturday 27 February 2021.   To learn more about Snowy Mountains Grammar School’s Academic Excellence Scholarships, visit: https://www.smgs.nsw.edu.au/enrolments/scholarships/   SMGS’ Academic Excellence Scholarships for Years 7-11 2022 enrolment will open in 2021 after the […]
  • We’re Hiring – Multiple Positions

    It’s exciting times at Snowy Mountains Grammar School and there is no better time to join our multi-award-winning team. The following positions have just been advertised: Junior School Education Support Teaching Assistant IT Support Officer Boarding House Supervisor Junior School Music Teacher (Years K-6)
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Junior School

Our Junior School has at its core, positive and constructive relationships where expectations are high and learning is relevant and comprehensive. Our team is dedicated to developing the essential skills and values needed to empower students in their learning and approach to life. As a result, our students have a strong, positive attitude to overcoming challenges, and are resilient and well-rounded.

Unrivalled Opportunity

Located on the shores of Lake Jindabyne in the foothills of Australia’s beautiful alpine region, Snowy Mountains Grammar School provides endless opportunities for students. Complementing our strong academic programs is our rich sporting heritage, with Junior School students competing in a variety of Snowsports and Equestrian events throughout the year.

Our location ensures our students are well connected with the environment and the community.

Start Your Journey

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Enrolments are open year round, so talk to our staff to find out how Snowy Mountains Grammar School can provide your child with a truly unique education. Our staff are always happy to talk through your individual needs and take you on a tour of our wonderful school.

We look forward to welcoming you to Snowy Mountains Grammar School.

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“We prepare our students for life, they take ownership of their learning through a positive mindset approach and working towards their personal best.”

Heidi Shvetsoff – Director of Junior School

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“We have a responsibility to educate the hearts and minds of those most precious in our community, where they, in turn, will make meaningful contributions to the wider community now and into the future.”

Dr Andrew Bell – Principal

Read about our Junior School…

Around the world with Year 5 and 6

By | November 26th, 2020|Categories: Director of Junior School, Junior School, Kindergarten, Uncategorised|

Yesterday, the Junior School 'Eat Street' was transformed into the “SMGS Geography Expo 2020”. Years 5 and 6 set up displays to showcase their Geography research about countries of the world. Students from Kindergarten to [...]

Book Week 2020 – Curious Creatures, Creative Minds

By | October 20th, 2020|Categories: Director of Junior School, Junior School, Kindergarten|

Each year since 1945, the Children’s Book Council of Australia has brought children and books together across Australia through CBCA Book Week. During this time, schools celebrate books and Australian children's authors and illustrators. Classroom [...]

SMGS Launches Immersive Virtual Kindergarten Transition Program

By | September 22nd, 2020|Categories: Director of Junior School, Junior School, Kindergarten, Let's Explore|

As of Tuesday, 22 September, there are 127 days before the Kindergarten class of 2021 will begin their learning journey at ‘Big School’. For many of our future learners and their families, there are some [...]

Year 2/3 use STEM to build the perfect pirate ship

By | September 21st, 2020|Categories: Director of Junior School, Junior School|

Avast ye, mateys! Year 2/3 learnt about water displacement as part of their Science lesson today. Their challenge was to design and build a pirate ship that would float on the high seas.

Students take flight in STANSW Young Scientist Paper Plane Competition

By | September 7th, 2020|Categories: Academic, Co-Curricular, Director of Junior School, Junior School, Science|

As part of the 2020 National Science Week Activities, students had the opportunity to participate in the STANSW Young Scientist Paper Plane Competition. SMGS had a number of students make the made the minimum cut-offs [...]

Junior School students explore the Deep Blue for National Science Week

By | September 3rd, 2020|Categories: Academic, Director of Junior School, Junior School, Science|

Science Week was jam-packed full of excitement! The theme this year was Deep Blue. Year 6 engaged in the engineering process, creating prototypes that could clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Students planned and [...]