LOCATED in the Perth CBD, St George’s Anglican Grammar School, a school of the Anglican Schools Commission, opened its doors in 2015 and is Perth’s first vertical school.
The exciting, innovative co-educational secondary school, operating out of a seven-storey high-rise building, caters for local and international students in Years 7 – 12, creating a rich tapestry of cultural diversity that encourages a global outlook among students.
The school delivers an authentic, future-focused, Christian educational experience.
St George’s seeks to influence the world of education, helping to change, mould and transform young people’s lives for the better.
This is through a technology-driven approach to education, coupled with self-directed learning and a pastoral philosophy.
Students enjoy a challenging and stimulating education in a safe yet dynamic environment, where they can reach their potential both academically and personally.
The school is proud of its 21st century, flexible and engaging learning spaces that enhance and enable collaboration, creativity, critical thinking and communication.
St George’s believes it is time to move from the traditional delivery of education to that which is better suited to the needs of this generation of student.
The city is the school’s campus, permitting real-life learning directly into the curriculum.
The central location provides opportunities to access the many cultural, sporting and business opportunities available in a modern city environment, including unique service initiatives, pairing students with corporate mentors, and exploring exciting opportunities to link with businesses in the city.
The ability to utilise Perth’s leading cultural and educational facilities as an extension of the classroom enables the school to offer rich, relevant curriculum experiences.
These include St George’s Cathedral, the school’s spiritual ‘home’ in the city, City of Perth Library, King Street Art Centre, WA State Theatre, WA Museum, Art Gallery of WA, Perth Concert Hall and various sporting facilities.
Conveniently located adjacent to major train, bus and ferry routes, the school attracts and is accessible to students from all metropolitan suburbs.
To view this unique school and the state-of-the-art facilities, book in for a tour at the 2019 Open Day on Friday, August 23, 8am – 4pm.
Tours will run every hour on the hour and will be led by a member of the school’s Executive Team.
Visit reception at 50 William Street at your preferred time, no bookings are required.
For more information about this unique and exciting 21st-century school, visit www.stgeorges.wa.edu.au.