Since 1881, Caulfield Grammar School has been shaping the future of young women and men by providing education of renowned excellence. It is recognised as one of Australia's most influential independent, coeducational day and boarding schools.
Girls and boys will flourish in an environment that supports the best teaching and learning practices. Caulfield Grammar School is committed to providing weekly professional development for its teachers and has developed a culture of improvement that sees it recognised as one of Australia's leading schools.
It is a school with a true international perspective. Students are immersed in another culture while visiting the school's own international campus in China; the school reaches out to other best-practice schools from around the world to share ideas and, importantly, each year allocates places to girls and boys from overseas.
As one school with five campuses, Caulfield Grammar offers a broader range of learning experiences and resources than is available at most schools. The shared expertise of a large group of specialist staff, top-quality facilities and the support of a large community network are clear advantages for students.
Caulfield Grammar has links with Melbourne's major universities, providing students with the opportunity to undertake first-year university subjects while still attending secondary school.
Professional development/specialist teachers and coaches
Specialist teachers and coaches operate in all areas of the learning program. Teachers are supported by the school's own strategic and focused weekly professional development sessions - an approach designed to deliver quality teaching and learning for all students.
Broad subject choices
From Year 10, students are able to include studies in the widely recognised Victorian Certificate of Education and can gain access to university level subjects through our broad curriculum offerings, depending on their interests and abilities.
At Year 9, a range of holistic, active, experiential programs are designed to engage students with real-world learning. Problem-based learning experiences are created to suit students' development. Learning Journeys involves learning by doing, and applies skills and concep