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Gippsland Grammar is a school of excellence, involvement and opportunity


The curriculum is diverse and innovative. A wide variety of programs are offered throughout the school to meet the needs of our students at all levels. Our students can pursue their interests and are supported and encouraged to achieve excellence in all they do. Hospitality 1In the early years, music, language and art engage students in their learning. In the middle years, Information Communication and Technology and Information Literacy Skills are developed whilst students in Year 9 learn about civic life and become attuned to their environment as part of a broad and enriching program where independence and responsibility are fostered. Our senior students can choose from a wide range of VCE subjects and some VET subjects taught by dedicated and expert teachers.


School Play 5It is our aim for students to become fully involved in the curricula and co-curricular life of the School. Students take part in an extensive Outdoor Education program or can choose to be involved in our vibrant Music program, diverse Drama productions, our very hands-on and innovative GEAR-UP pre-VET course or choose to play chess, debate, speak publicly, improvise in Theatre Sports of become Future Problem Solvers .. and the list goes on.



The learning opportunities are endless. Our International focus encourages student exchanges, study tours, and the hosting of home-stay students in order that their world view is developed. Students are given opportunities to participate in many external subject competitions and Olympiads. They can dance, play their instruments, compete in aerobics competitions and sporting events with other students across this region, the state and even nationally.

Ultimately, a world of opportunities awaits them after they complete their VCE and take up the opportunities they have made for themselves beyond secondary school, that a successful VCE result affords them.

Liana Cartledge
Deputy Head of School