How did a Roman oil lamp and three 5th century BC bronze arrowheads come to be at Corio?
Alan Carstairs Bell (GGS'10) was awarded both the Military Cross and the French Croix de Guerre.
How did a letter written by Florence Nightingale find its way to the school archives?
A rare collection of works by Gregory Mathews (1876–1949).
School literary magazines were an important part of a boy’s education in the 1930s and 40s.
The unusual shape of this leather boot might give some clue to its owner.
This exquisite gold medal is one of the earliest artefacts associated with Geelong Grammar School.
A book of Art Deco-inspired lino cuts produced by Clyde School Girls in 1938.