About

Melbourne Grammar School is one of Australia’s leading independent schools, with a tradition of excellence extending over more than 160 years.

We believe in the holistic development of young people: intellectually, physically, emotionally, psychologically, socially and spirituality.

Ours is an inclusive, community-focused culture in which both student effort and achievement are recognised and celebrated.

Our culture is further enhanced by an involved network of staff and parents, the knowledge and experience of our alumni, and the depth of our connections with the broader communities around us.

Our School structure

Melbourne Grammar is an Anglican school founded in 1858 by the first Bishop of Melbourne, Charles Perry. Today, we remain proud of our Anglican heritage and retain our strong Anglican traditions, while also warmly welcoming families from diverse religious and cultural backgrounds.

From Prep to Year 6 we provide coeducational classes at our Caulfield Junior School, Grimwade House.

Year 7 and 8 boys attend Wadhurst, our Middle School based at St Kilda Road in South Yarra. Students in Years 9 – 12 learn at the adjoining Senior School.

Our Year 7 - 12 students attend as both day students and boarders.

Every student’s learning is supported by dedicated pastoral care programmes along with our exceptional learning facilities