Our future is bright

Welcome to Geelong Grammar, and thank you for taking the time to learn more about our School. We are an independent Anglican co-educational boarding and day school, Australia’s largest co-educational boarding school, caring for and educating over 1,600 students across four unique campuses.

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Our purpose is to shape a better world. We do this by focusing on enabling wisdom within others and ourselves so that each of us can make a positive difference.

An exceptional education

We are united in our commitment to live the promise of an Exceptional Education holistically and consistently. Through this, we seek to provide a balanced, all-round education that strengthens character (compassion, courage, curiosity), self-esteem and purpose.

School Values

Our Anglican tradition

Choosing to be a part of Geelong Grammar School is to choose to live and learn in a community where the Christian values of love, forgiveness, compassion, hope, inclusion, justice and diversity are central to our character and present in all that we do.

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A co-educational advantage

We believe boarding and co-education set learners for success.


Embedding First Nations Perspectives

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of these lands and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise the importance of educating our students in the strong foundations of culture and identity and acknowledge that better understanding and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures develops an enriched appreciation of Australia’s cultural heritage and can lead to reconciliation.

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Tradition and innovation

City and regional

Spanning four campuses; Bostock House, Corio Campus, Timbertop and Toorak Campus, we offer a unique educational journey where students can experience an exceptional environment with historic buildings alongside world-class facilities. Please find out more about our four unique campuses, their facilities, locations and structures using the interactive map.

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History and heritage

We trace our history to humble beginnings in 1855, when the School opened with just 14 pupils in two semi-detached houses in Villamanta Street, Geelong. Today, we celebrate a vibrant and lively community, touching the lives of many across the world.

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Archives and heritage collections

The School archives are a repository of historical treasures, helping to connect us with the stories, people and places who have helped shape the life of Geelong Grammar School over the past 165 years.

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Healing and hope

Members of our community have faced significant challenges arising from historical harm. In recent years, the School has been working to provide an authentic response to survivors of sexual abuse.


A meaningful career

Geelong Grammar School is committed to shaping a better world. We offer exceptional employment opportunities across our four campuses for educators and operational staff.

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Leadership and governance

Guided by our strategic imperatives, the School Council works in partnership with the School’s Executive Leadership Team to advance the School’s present and secure its future.