Headmaster, Mr Stephen WebberIt gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Guildford Grammar School website. I trust you will find it to be informative and that it will help you to gain a better understanding of our considerable and diverse community.

Educational research continues to determine that the most important factor influencing educational outcomes is the quality of teaching staff and the quality of the relationships between staff and students.

At Guildford Grammar School the quality of these relationships lies at the heart of everything we do. Our teaching and non-teaching staff are our greatest resource and their focus remains on our aspirational purpose of 'inspiring students to achieve personal excellence and to be outstanding citizens who work to create a just, loving and peaceful society'.

We continue to attract outstanding staff who want to work in an environment which values excellence, respect, integrity, spirituality, teamwork and compassion.

We are a vibrant, supportive and caring community that provides an extensive range of educational opportunities and experiences. This enables students of the School to have a holistic and  well-rounded education, which provides them with the skills to confidently face the challenges of the future.

Our campus structure meets the specific needs of students at their various stages of development, with our coeducational K-6 Preparatory School and our Senior School catering for boys in Years 7-12. Within the Senior School framework operates the innovative Years 7-9 Catalyst Junior Secondary program for boys.

If you have not yet visited our beautiful campus, I would encourage you to join us on a tour or open day to experience Guildford Grammar School’s warm and positive culture.

Mr Stephen Webber


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Year 12 student Alistair MacLachlan from Woodbridge House has taken home today's Chapel Gift.
Guildford Grammar School has produced another outstanding drama production, this time tackling Tim Winton’s nostalgic novel, Cloudstreet.
Well done to everyone in the Preparatory School for raising over $1700 for Jeans for Genes Australia today. What an awesome effort!
What's on
Preparatory School Dads' Big Breakfast
Venue: Foundation Pavilion
When: 5/09/2014 8:15 AM
Friday 5 September, 2014 8.15am-10.00am Foundation Pavilion Tickets $8 eachTicket sales closed
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