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.
Very big congratulations to all 6(!) @CanberraGrammar students selected for the National Youth Science Forum 2021: Rhea, Robert, Itamar, Jaxon, Tristan & James, who is also in the final selection & training squad for the Physics Olympiad. Well done & best of luck to all. pic.twitter.com/EhWx72XFPC
CGS Chess Success! Congratulations to the Senior School #chess team who placed 1st and 3rd in the #ACT Secondary School Chess Competition and the Junior School chess team who placed 3rd.
Pictured: Sid (Year 6), Rohintash (Year 6), Jayden (Year 6) and Adeline (Year 3). pic.twitter.com/DCg9hpDYkH
How lucky to be enjoying this year’s first relatively normal start of term in springtime glory! Scenes from my daily wander: a picnic French class feeding on fromage; science students in the sunshine studying bioluminescence; & reclining geographers researching urban development. pic.twitter.com/5FULLnsn3t
Great to see Year 12 start their final exams today in buoyant mood. Congrats to those already with firm uni offers but, whatever the case, every single one can be hugely proud of the respect earned for determination & leadership in this toughest year. Very best wishes for all!
Congratulations to Henry, Xander, Kaelen, Will, and Jack who earned their Remote Pilots Licences with FPV Australia during the school holidays. These students are now licenced to fly drones commercially, so expect to see them behind the controller filming future school events! pic.twitter.com/5tSfngjmCU
Congratulations to CGS students Alex Ricks (Year 10), Angus Whitford (Year 12), India Kazakoff (Year 12) and Victoria Spark (Year 9), who won first place in the Combined Territories of the Australian Geography Competition 2020. Well done to all. pic.twitter.com/PGRfsZF1ok
Big congratulations to wonderful Pens Against Poverty winners & high commendations at @CanberraGrammar. John, Hugo, Benjamin & Emma featured on WIN News tonight. Always glad to celebrate great writing, especially for such a good cause. Very well done indeed! pic.twitter.com/XPkFjb7UR2
Huge congratulations to the Captains of @CanberraGrammar School for 2021, Umamah & Lachlan, and Vice-Captains, Joshua, Noah, Dain, Robert & Yasmin, and the whole student leadership team. Individually & collectively, in unity & diversity, they represent our highest aspirations. pic.twitter.com/nQyVCVEYcU
Thank you to all the families who joined our @CanberraGrammar Virtual Open Days today & throughout this strange year. We look forward to welcoming you in person as soon as we can! Big thanks also to our wonderful Primary & Senior student panelists for your pride & candour. pic.twitter.com/cmdbbZ5Ohn