Frequently Asked Questions


What grades/years does Guildford Grammar School teach?

Guildford Grammar School is co-educational for students in Kindergarten to Year 12. Within our campus we have an Early Learning Centre for students in Kindergarten and Pre-Primary, our Preparatory School caters for students in Years 1-6 and our Senior School caters for students in Years 7-12.


Is Guildford Grammar School co-ed?

Yes. Guildford Grammar School is co-educational for students in Kindergarten to Year 12.  We also offer co-educational boarding.  


What is Guildford Grammar School’s uniform policy?

All information on uniforms can be found on our Clothing Shop page.


Why choose Guildford Grammar School?

There are many reasons why families should choose Guildford Grammar School.  Read more on the Why Guildford Grammar School page.


What kind of extra-curricular activities are available at Guildford Grammar School?

We offer a wide range of co-curricular activities for students in Years 1-12.  Our Preparatory School Clubs program offers co-curricular activities after school for a wide range of interests.  Some popular clubs include art, coding, sports, chess, dance and cooking.

In the Senior School co-curricular activities include cadets, community service, crossfit, music, mock trials, art, surfing, titrations, yoga, dance, mountain biking, cooking and much more.


Does Guildford Grammar School’s offer transportation options for students?

Yes, we offer a number of bus services for Preparatory and Senior School students.  Currently we offer services that operate in the morning and afternoon to and from:

• Warwick
• South Perth/Victoria Park
• Muchea
• Mundaring
• Ellenbrook and The Vines (mornings only)
• Kalamunda
• Mt Lawley
• Stirling
• Gidgegannup

Our bus services page contains further information.


Where do most Guildford Grammar School students live?

Our students come from a range of suburbs across the Perth metropolitan area. We offer a comprehensive bus service extending to Warwick/Karrinyup in the North and Gidgegannup in the East. We are also conveniently located on the midland train line.  


Are there opportunities for parent involvement?

Yes, through our Parents and Friends’ Society there are lots of opportunities for parents to become involved with the school and enjoy a range of social activities.  Sub committees of the Parents and Friends’ Society include:

Friends of the Senior School (FOSS)
Friends of the Preparatory School (FOPS)
Boarding Parents’ Association (BPA)
Guildford Arts Supporters (GAS)

Further information is available on our P & F Society page.


Does Guildford Grammar School have a community service program?

Yes, community service and service learning programs are coordinated in the Preparatory School and the Senior School by our Director of Service Learning. Preparatory School students are involved with fundraising for several charities and spend time at several local nursing homes. Each House in the Senior School has a House charity and students are involved in coordinating activities to raise funds for their charity.  Senior School students can also take part in a community service program where they spend time helping out at a local charity.  


How do I apply to Guildford Grammar School?

Full details of the enrolment process are available on our Enrolments page.


What is the cost of tuition at Guildford Grammar School?

Our full schedule of fees is available here.


What is the deadline of submitting an application?

Applications are open all year around.  Full details are available on our Enrolments page.


Do you offer open days?

We hold four school tours each year; one in each term.  Our school tours cover all years, from Early Learning through the Year 12.  Visit our school tour page to view our tour dates or to book a place on one of our tours.


Does Guildford Grammar School require specific testing for admission?

No – Guildford Grammar School has open enrolment.


Is financial aid available?

Yes. Guildford Grammar School offers a number of scholarships, all of which are open in the first two terms each year. Our scholarships include:

• Year 7 Academic Scholarships
• Go Forward Scholarships
• Indigenous Scholarships
• Refugee Scholarships

Our scholarship page contains further information.


Are you a boarding school?

Yes, we offer co-educational boarding for boys and girls in Years 7-12 so that brothers and sisters can board together. Our state-of-the-art co-educational Boarding House opened in March 2021.  Further information is available on our Boarding pages.