St Michael’s Grammar School is one of Australia’s leading independent coeducational schools, educating more than 1300 students from the early learning years (Kindergarten) to VCE. Located on a single campus in cosmopolitan St Kilda, our ‘one campus, one community’ approach provides the ideal K–12 learning environment. The School’s flexible classroom spaces, equipped with the latest technology, are purpose-built for student-centred learning.
St Michael’s students also travel off-campus to make use of Melbourne’s premier sporting and performance venues – including the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre, Albert Park sports ovals, the Melbourne Recital Centre, Deakin Edge, and Hamer Hall.
St Michael’s was established by the Anglican Community of the Sisters of the Church in 1895, and their visionary principles and values remain central to our progressive culture. We believe in educating students to communicate and negotiate; think critically; live with dignity, care and compassion; and respect others and the environment.
While St Michael’s draws on and learns from the past, our focus is very much on the future. We strive to challenge young minds and equip our students with the skills, knowledge and confidence necessary to be contributing citizens of the 21st century.
Our extensive academic, co-curricular, wellbeing and pastoral care programs empower students to chart their preferred educational paths, explore individual interests, and enjoy rich learning experiences with excellence in teaching, learning and caring.
Mr Simon Gipson, Head of the School