Are you interested in volunteering at Christ Church? The School is always appreciative of parents who are willing to offer their help in the coaching and management of teams or supporting other activities. We are always grateful for parents who have the skill and time to assist. Times can be flexible to suit other commitments you may have, and it is a great way to become involved in the CCGS community.
The Old Boys' Association is an active body and has since its foundation in 1917 contributed much to the development of the School. The Association is an independent organisation, administered by a committee of old boys who are elected on an annual basis. The committee is responsible for the running of the Association and the achievement of its objectives.
A list of parent groups in the Christ Church community including the Parents' Association, the Parents' Auxiliary, the Don Fraser Club, Friends of the Walters Residential Community, Friends of Midnite and Friends of Music.
Directed by the Chaplain, The Reverend Canon Frank Sheehan, the Centre for Ethics enables boys to engage in the community's conversation on matters of ethics and spirituality and the way the two connect. The Centre's regular lectures, workshops, seminar courses, newsletters and visitors bring the wider world into the school and help boys, parents and friends of the School to find meaning in what they do and in the way they live.
Service in Action at Christ Church gives students and staff an opportunity to serve those less fortunate than themselves locally, nationally and internationally, and is based on the Christian call to serve others.
Christ Church invites staff, past parents, friends of the School and former members of staff to join the Queenslea Club.
Information about Annual Giving, the Mitre Society and the Christ Church Grammar School Foundation.
Christ Church Grammar School is a member of several educational and religious organisations in the external community. A number of these are listed below.