Made possible by an extraordinary gift of $20 million from Mr Terry Snow AM, in the coming months, the School will begin construction of a new auditorium, music department, and centre for reading, research and learning at the very heart of our campus. The project is a powerful expression of our School’s holistic tradition, and it underpins our core aspiration to educate students who are curious, creative, confident and compassionate young citizens of the world.
CGS senior students George, Nick, Mia, Isabella, Olivia, Hannah and Darcy attended the Women in Economics presentation at the National Press Club
Hannah asked the panel a question about govt policy, superannuation and closing the gender gap. Not an easy feat on national TV! pic.twitter.com/2K9v0vPwp2
A privilege for CGS Year 11 HSC Australian Studies students to hear from Australian War Memorial Navy Fellow, Commander Andrew Schroeder today about "Australia’s Place in the World; a maritime perspective.” pic.twitter.com/yD9PBuCq4d
A fantastic effort by the CGS Sailing Racing Crew who competed against the top teams in the state and some of the top teams in Australia. The team spent last weekend in Kirribilli ,attending the NSW Teams Championships at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron. pic.twitter.com/nVT3EJpNM7
Well done Harrison, Angus, Liam and Edwin for winning
the debate: "Banning travel from countries experiencing heath pandemics is justified."
Our senior students represented CGS on 1 April in the Year 11/12 Interschool Parliamentary Debating at the ACT Legislative Assembly. pic.twitter.com/YF5ph2mmW8
Congratulations to the CGS U/15 Cricket team Grand Final winners.
They received their medallions and trophy at the 2021 ACT Cricket Presentation Night held at the Southern Cross Club. pic.twitter.com/QNfHhYkzXT
Congratulations to CGS' Angus and Oliver and the entire ACT Team on claiming the Bronze Medal in the Men’s Division of the 2021 Australian Under-18 Championships after they defeated NSW Metro, 84-63. pic.twitter.com/5tfcg4pv8o
Well done to Charlotte, Abbey and Jaija who competed this past weekend in Newcastle at the Academy Games as part of the South East Sports Academy team.
Not only were the SESA girls undefeated going into the finals - but they also held off Hunter Academy for the win! pic.twitter.com/7hxMyrazjD
Who else caught Lego Masters last night, starring two Canberra Grammar School Alumni?!
Michael Ryan and Harrison Barnett are representing the ACT and NSW in the popular show hosted by Hamish Blake.
Both boys went through Primary and Senior School at CGS, meeting in Year 5. pic.twitter.com/yWJVd2gSAu
Very exciting news that Canberra Grammar School students Madeline and Zoe have been selected to represent Australia in the 2021 Australian Junior Rowing Team.
They will be coached by CGS Rowing Head Coach Sarah Cook, working with Sarah daily as they look for some big results. pic.twitter.com/tq3u00XWSE