Celebrating 110 Years
This year Christ Church Grammar School celebrates 110 years.
Much has changed over this period, but the School’s mission and values have remained constant. For 110 years Christ Church has been building good men.
Click here to view the Celebrating 110 Years Flipbook.
2020 Arts Program
Art and creative expression are extremely important in our lives, and the educational space occupied by the creative and performing arts has the potential to inspire in our boys innovative ways of thinking that can then be expressed creatively.
Our students are always proud to share their work with their community, be it a production, exhibition or performance.
Click here to view the 2020 Arts Program.
Communication and Engagement Brochure
An introduction to Communication and Engagement at Christ Church Grammar School.
Click here to view.
The yearbook of Christ Church Grammar School is known as Mitre and is named after the Mitre at the top of the school crest. We encourage boys of all ages to write reports, the achievements of as many students as possible are included, and a large number of photographs showing the boys taking part in a wide range of activities are featured. The purpose is to create a yearbook that our students feel belongs to them.
Read the latest issue of Mitre online.
The Foundation Art Collection
Every year since 2001, the Christ Church Grammar School Foundation have made a gift to the School in the form of investment grade art.
Click here to view an electronic version of the Foundation Collection.
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Our RAP is concerned with practical actions Christ Church Grammar School will take to foster and build strong relationships and enhanced respect between Indigenous peoples and other Australians. It clearly sets out our plans to drive greater equality by pursuing sustainable, measurable opportunities.
Click here to view our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).