Blue Mountains Grammar School is a co-educational Christian School in the Anglican tradition for students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12.
Established in 1918, the School maintains a proud tradition of academic excellence founded on high quality teaching and learning and interpersonal relationships. We pride ourselves on our inclusive sense of community and value our unique place in the heart of a beautiful world heritage area.
The School operates three campuses located in Wentworth Falls and Valley Heights:
With professional and experienced staff, BMGS delivers an innovative teaching and learning approach, provides a dynamic wellbeing program and promotes leadership opportunities for all.
A wide range of co-curricular activities is offered, including sports, wilderness education, and performing and creative arts.
The School’s educational philosophy is grounded in the precepts of the Christian gospel and worldview. We strive to inspire in our students the values of honesty, compassion, respect and service, following the loving example of our Lord Jesus Christ. The School encourages each student to develop a deeper understanding of the Gospel message of love and hope.
BMGS is a dynamic and forward-thinking school with a reputation for developing well-rounded, confident, responsible and outstanding citizens equipped to make a positive contribution to our world.
We invite you to call, request a copy of our prospectus, or arrange a tour of our campuses on one of our many open days.
Year 11 students Georgia Clarke and Liam Dowd will represent Australia at the 2017 World Freestyle Kayaking Championships.
On Saturday, 18th March, four Year 6 students - Tien Attwater, Maeve Magner, Oliver Drew and Emily Colbran - competed in the National Final of the Kids’ Lit Quiz.