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Brighton Grammar School, Brighton Vic

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Brighton Grammar School
Brighton Grammar is a leading private boys’ school in Melbourne, understanding boys from ELC to VCE.
90 Outer Crescent
Brighton
VIC
3186
Melbourne Bayside
03 8591 2200

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  • Early Learning
  • Primary School
  • Secondary School
  • Primary through Secondary
  • Single School Location
  • Early Learning Centre
  • Pre-Prep Campus
  • Prep Campus
  • Primary Campus
  • Secondary Campus
  • ELC-12 Campus
  • Junior School
  • Senior School
  • Independent
  • Anglican
ELC - Year 12
Anglican
23,283-33,487
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Boys
1500
Gifted & Talented Program
  • Academic Achievement
  • Co-curricular Activities
  • Community
  • Creative Arts
  • Early Learning Fundamentals
  • Food Technology
  • Information Technology
  • Music
  • Numeracy / Literacy
  • Pastoral Care / Guidance
  • Performing Arts
  • Resources / Facilites
  • Science/Technology
  • Social & Emotional Learning
  • Sport
  • Visual Art
  • Chinese
  • English as a second language
  • French
  • Japanese
  • Latin
  • Athletics (Track & Field)
  • Australian Rules Football
  • Alpine Sports
  • Badminton
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Chess
  • Cricket
  • Cross Country Running
  • Debating
  • Diving
  • Golf
  • Hockey (field)
  • Lawn Bowls
  • Rowing
  • Rugby 7's
  • Rugby Union
  • Sailing
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis
  • Touch Football
  • Triathlon
  • Volleyball
  • Water Polo

An experiential learning program is transforming Years 9 and 10: Capstone 

Brighton Grammar's Capstone program spans Years 9 and 10 – a vital time in the education of every boy.

Capstone is a series of dynamic, engaging and diverse opportunities. Created within our Positive Masculinity framework, our Capstone program brings together our Anglican heritage, academic, co-curricular and pastoral care programs to create the ideal educational experience, motivating our young boys to be better men.

Some of the benefits of the 9/10 Capstone program

Connected

Strengthens family, community and peer relationships and connections

 
Authentic

Promotes guided supportive, shared transition as boys become young men

 
Motivated

Helps boys learn and grow through transformational experiences


The Program 

The Capstone program is built within the three pillars of positive masculinity (connection, authenticity and motivation) and the four archetypes that represent a BGS boy as he becomes a successful man; the caregiver, the magician, the warrior and the sage. Guided by their peers, the Threshold and Breakthrough experiences throughout the program prepare, develop, extend and challenge our boys to finally complete the First Horizon program near the end of Year 10. Once this program is complete, the boys are welcomed back into the community as young men and they will lead the school through their Years 11 and 12.

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While the transition into adulthood is the pinnacle, the journey itself is a crucial part of the process.

The key features of Capstone are:

+M immersion

  • Ontological exploration of self and other (the many ways of being)
  • Social Emotional development through engagement in indigenous, diversity and ethical awareness
  • Guided growth and development through community

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Local, national and international opportunities to contribute to ‘Service’ Programs:

  • Art
  • Environment
  • Diversity
  • Homelessness
  • Poverty
  • Indigenous communities
  • Single parents

World-Class Outdoor Educational journeys

  • The Great South West Journey
  • Yorta Yorta indigenous on country immersion
  • Milikapiti Indigenous Art Tour       

‘Connor’s Run’ – a community-based charity fun run that holds a special place in the BGS community – where boys will contribute either by running or working in support. 

The Capstone program is complimented by a robust academic, rich co-curricular, and strong, supportive pastoral care program. This is Year 9 and 10 at BGS.

https://www.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au/learnwithus/our-school/capstone-program/

BGS+ Programs

BGS+ offers a range of innovative programs for children to develop their skills and interests, take on new challenges, and follow their passions whatever they may be.

With many of the programs open to the wider community, there’s a growing variety of programs for your son (or daughter) to do more and be more at BGS. 

https://www.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au/community/bgs-plus/

Questions about our programs? 
Send us an email


BGS+ Invicta
 
BGS+ Tennis
 
BGS+ Swim
 
BGS+ Soccer
 
BGS+ Sailing Tackers
 
BGS+ Annandale Gym
 
BGS+ Rowing
 
 

Chartered Bus Services (Alston Coaches & Buses) 

BGS provides three chartered bus services for the exclusive use of students: Beaumaris, Caulfield and from Port Melbourne. Please contact Megan if you have any questions. 

Beaumaris to Brighton Grammar School (Google maps) 

Caulfield to Brighton Grammar School (please contact Megan for this route) 

Port Melbourne to Brighton Grammar School (Google maps) 

Student Registration

BGS student registration form (online)

Stops and timing

Departure from BGS at the end of the school day is 3.50pm sharp for all 3 buses from New Street.

Please note: Buses will run every school day of the year at the same times regardless of events across the School. After school sport training will not alter the departure times. Therefore alternative arrangements must be made by families.

https://www.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au/connect/brighton-and-surrounds/school-bus/

We offer scholarships based on many criteria including area of talent and personal circumstances. 

We welcome applications from talented boys who believe they can make a positive contribution to the BGS community.

The number of Scholarships awarded each year is dependent upon the quality of the applicants and the availability of places.

Scholarships may only be awarded to students who are permanent residents or citizens of Australia.

Opening dates occur throughout the year, depending on the scholarship. If the scholarship you’re interested in is currently closed, please register your interest to be notified of when they open. 

Visit our website to see available scholarships: 

https://www.brightongrammar.vic.edu.au/learnwithus/apply-to-brighton-grammar/scholarships/

For a list of academic results please visit here
 
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Brighton Grammar School welcomes and values international enrolments from Prep through to Year 12 (VCE).

Boys are encouraged to hold on to their cultures, values, traditions and integrity whilst immersing themselves in the Australian cultures and education and making lifelong connections along the way.

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