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Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) is an Independent Anglican School founded in 1926. It has an enrolment of approximately 1500 students, spread between an Early Learning Centre (ELC), a Junior and Senior School. The School is co-educational from Early Learning to Year 2. Boarding facilities are available on the Senior Campus for Students in Years 7 to 12.
Canberra Girls Grammar School (CGGS) is an Independent Anglican School founded in 1926. It has an enrolment of approximately 1500 students, spread between an Early Learning Centre (ELC), a Junior and Senior School. The School is co-educational from Early Learning to Year 2. Boarding facilities are available on the Senior Campus for Students in Years 7 to 12.Located in the leafy inner Canberra suburb of Deakin, the School provides students and their families with easy access to the airport, road and rail transportation.
The School campuses cover ten hectares and include facilities such as an indoor heated swimming centre, gymnasiums, sports courts, playing fields, an Aquatic Centre on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin and purpose-built buildings for the performing arts, art and textiles and ICT.
The Senior School's facilities include a 1,000 seat Hall and adjoining Music Centre situated in the Senior School. The Hall boasts state-of-the-art acoustics, tiered retractable seating on the ground level allowing for multi-functional use of floor space and tiered seating in the balcony area. The Music Centre consists of soundproof practice rooms, classrooms, a library, a Recital Room and a computer laboratory where students can work in groups or on a one-to-one basis with other students and music staff.
As part of the School's Masterplan, our new 'Hub' Building was completed in 2010. This multipurpose building houses the administration office, the uniform shop and House rooms. Improved entrance and reception areas have been designed with a grand multi use forecourt space.
A new three storey classroom block was completed for the start of the 2011 school year. This block focuses on flexible teaching and learning spaces with an emphasis on indoor/outdoor connection. A central quadrangle featuring a grassed and paved area will become the 'Heart of the School'.
In the Junior School, 2006 saw the opening of four new contemporary classrooms, two music rooms and accompanying practice rooms and a significant inclusion to the Library which now includes a computer laboratory.
October 2010 saw the opening of the Junior School multipurpose building. This building is used as a Hall for assemblies and performances. It also includes the Administration offices, Canteen and flexible teaching and learning spaces.
2012 the magnificent, state-of-the-art Science Centre on the Senior Campus was opened.
To discover more about CGGS - our vision, our values, the breadth of academic subjects, spiritual and pastoral care and the co-curricular activities - we invite you to explore our website.