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Year 12 student, Fergus Hamilton, has been crowned world champion in the Men's Double Sculls event at the 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships.Read more
Year 12 student, Nick Barlett, is the 2017 Captain of School. He recently met up with Mr Nick Evans, Deputy Headmaster and Head of Senior School, to discuss the notion of integrity. Here are their thoughts.Read more
2016 VCE results – a breadth of talentRead more
“I have always believed it is important to bring children up to give more than they take,” says Jamie Gray.Read more
“I give gratefully for the wonderful teaching my children have had,” says Beryl Gregory.Read more
“It is critical that the School moves to provide an outstanding environment in which to teach Science and Technology,” says Professor Julian Smith.Read more
On 18 August – during National Science Week – the Old Melburnians War Memorial Hall was transformed for an evening. In case you were unable to make this event, here is a snapshot of some of the highlights.Read more
“It was only a 3-4 week module, but it was a fantastic experience that had a major impact on my life,” says Chris Griffith (OM 1970). This experience generated my interest in computer science.”Read more
A shared appreciation for life-long learning, science and philanthropy reunites two Old Melburnians.Read more
Australia’s Chief Scientist and current Victorian of the Year, Dr Alan Finkel AO, delivered a thought-provoking address to the Melbourne Grammar School Foundation’s 2016 Annual General Meeting and praised the plans for the new Geoff Handbury Science & Technology Hub,...Read more
It has been more than 55 years since Emeritus Professor Richard Larkins AO (OM 1960), former Chair of School Council and former Vice-Chancellor of Monash University, attended Science classes at Melbourne Grammar School.Read more
Melbourne Grammar School students use Maths equation to represent complex scenarios.Read more
Science and Technology are so much a part of our lives. In the same way that you need appreciation of the Arts, you need to have an appreciation of Science and how things work,” says Chaitanya Rao (OM 1994).Read more
A transformational gift from Geoff Handbury AO (OM 1942) sets the stage for a revolution in Science and Technology education.Read more
Meet Jasper Fisher, 2016 Art Co-captain and recipient of the Will Ballantyne Scholarship for Visual Arts.Read more
There is a rich tradition that underpins the Cordner–Eggleston Cup, that seminal game of football between Melbourne Grammar School and Scotch College, commemorating the first game of Australian Rules Football in 1858.Read more
On Friday 29 January, the MGS Sculpture Walk and its first installation were officially opened at a function that was attended by many of the School’s arts supporters.Read more
Melbourne Grammar School warmly congratulates its 2015 Year 12 students on their outstanding VCE results this year.Read more
Choosing a career after school was a real head-versus-heart debate for Alice Wright (OM 2006).Read more
Every Monday afternoon, a lucky group of six students promptly depart their fourth class of the day and head to meet Mr. O’Connor, ready to depart for the Benetas Recreation Programme, where we are to spend the next hour entertaining,...Read more