Boarders battle it out for The Gryphon trophy The Gryphon is an informal, but important, competition that runs throughout the year and see the boys in the boarding community compete for the massive Gryphon trophy read more Tom Offer named Surf Life Saving Cadet of the Year for 2022 During last week's Senior School Assembly Tom Tom Offer (Year 11) was named as the Surf Life Saving Cadet of the Year for 2022 read more Boys bond through love of Chinese language Last week some of our Year 8 Chinese language students visited Years 1 and 2 boys to help them create their own storybooks in Chinese read more Boys compete in Australian Youth Cyber Defence Competition Late last week Christ Church boys took part in the CyberTaipan competition, which challenged them to fix security flaws in a set of virtual computer systems read more Boys Have Sum Fun during maths competition Recently, Christ Church boys from Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 took part in the Have Sum Fun Competition, coming away with fantastic results read more Christ Church win national programming/coding competition Recently, a team of Year 12 boys competed in the national ProgComp, (UNSW High Schools Programming Competition) to come away with the win, the second in a row for Christ Church Grammar School. read more Christ Church team win 13th straight PSA Chess title Last week, the Christ Church Grammar School PSA Chess team put in an outstanding effort to take home the PSA Chess title, the 13th in a row for the School. read more Christ Church boys excel during Model UN Nine Year 11 boys participated in the 2022 PSA Model United Nations Debate on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, debating mock Security Council resolutions from the position of an assigned country. read more Jeremiah Wang named Young Geographer of the Year Jeremiah Wang (Year 10) was recently named the Geography Association of Western Australia's (GAWA) 2022 Young Geographer of the Year for his poster on Lake Monger and its environmental management. read more Christ Church achieves PSA record with eight cups Christ Church Grammar School has created history by winning the most amount of PSA premierships in one year, with a record eight cups read more Christ Church celebrates Science Week This week the School has been celebrating Science Week, with this year's theme "Glass: More than meets the eye", based on the UN International Year of Glass. read more Cadets perform exercise at Bindoon Army Barracks Over the weekend Christ Church Grammar School Army Cadets, alongside St Hilda’s and Guildford Grammar Cadets, participated in the Term 3 Field Training Exercise (FTX) at the Bindoon training area. read more Christ Church students set to rock out in Midnite’s American Idiot production Christ Church Grammar School students will be performing in Midnite Youth Theatre Company's production of Green Day's American Idiot later this month at the Main Auditorium of the Subiaco Arts Centre. read more Christ Church Grammar School Celebrates NAIDOC Week This week we have been celebrating NAIDOC Week, recognising the significant contribution our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students make to the Christ Church community read more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students participate in dance lessons Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students have been taking part in dance lessons this week, led by friend of the School Olman Walley. read more Christ Church in Karratha this weekend This weekend Warwick Yeates, Residential Year Group Co-Ordinator, will be in Karratha to host a sundowner and attend the FeNaClNG Festival. read more The On Board Program – helping regional boys transition into boarding During the holidays Residential Year Group Co-Ordinator Todd Harnwell and his family toured around the state visiting future boarding students as part of the On Board program as well as visiting the Gascoyne, catching up with past, current and future boarders of CCGS. read more Cadets in WA Army Brigade training activities Over the semester break our Army Cadets were busy participating in WA Army Cadet Brigade training activities with other cadets from across the state read more Joshua Chen to compete at world’s toughest science and maths comp Joshua Chen (Year 12) has been picked as one of 31 high school students to represent Australia at the UNESCO-sanctioned International Science, Informatics and Mathematical Olympiads - the world's toughest maths and science competition for teenagers.  read more 1st XI Hockey Team Head Coach Eddie Ockenden off to Commonwealth Games Christ Church 1st XI Hockey Team Head Coach Eddie Ockenden, one of Australia's most renowned and celebrated player, is set to play for the Kookaburras in the upcoming Commonwealth Games held in Birmingham. read more Christ Church footballers drafted to State Football squad Christ Church Grammar School boys Austin van der Struyf (Year 11) and Hugh Davies (Year 12) were recently selected for the State Academy 16s and 18s squad, respectively. read more Year 7 boys enjoy new dance program The atmosphere in the Christ Church Chapel was electric last week as dancers from each Year 7 class took to the stage to show off their moves and battle it out with their peers. read more PSA Surfing boys win third consecutive title Christ Church Grammar School has won the PSA Surfing Competition for the third year in a row on the back of some superb Surfing and Bodyboarding performances from the boys. read more Sport Science students visit West Coast Eagles facility Last Wednesday, our two Year 10 Sports Science classes went on an excursion to Mineral Resources Park, the home of the West Coast Eagles in Lathlain, to see Sports Science in action. read more New parents welcomed to Christ Church New parents were welcomed to the Christ Church Community this week during the Preparatory School and Senior School New Parent Sundowners. read more CEO old boy presents on future clean energy Old Boy Chris Kelsall ('84) recently gave a presentation to Year 12 Physics boys about his work as CEO of Tokamak Energy in the exciting field of commercial fusion energy. read more Bill Kirby steps down from head swimming coach role After more than 20 years as the Head Swimming Coach, Christ Church Grammar School will be saying farewell to Bill Kirby at the end of the year. read more ‘The Three Musketeers’ debuts to sold-out crowd The Three Musketeers, based on the book by Alexandre Dumas, is presented by the Midnite Youth Theatre Company and will be playing from 18 to 21 May at the Drama Centre read more Aboriginal students’ art skills on display Christ Church Grammar School Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students recently took part in an art session with Loretta Egan, a Yamatji artist to design ties and shirts for this year's NAIDOC week read more Christ Church Grammar School celebrates National Boarding Week This week marked National Boarding Week, which saw the school celebrate our valuable boarders, their families and the contribution they make to our community read more