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Theatre Sports Champions!

On Saturday 11 August, Brighton Grammar teamed up with Firbank Grammar to enter a ‘Theatre Sports’ improvisation competition. We had two Firbank teams in the intermediate and two mixed Brighton/Firbank teams in the senior category. After some fantastic efforts from student at both schools, we took home 1st place in both the intermediate and senior categories. […]

Blazing hot in snowsports

For the first time, BGS boys were on the podium every day of the recent 7-day Victorian Interschools Championships at Mt Buller. In a nutshell… 56 boys competed 22 qualified for the National Championships (which have now begun) BGS was placed 3rd overall in the Primary School Competition BGS was placed 3rd overall in the […]

At the top of our game in winter sports

It has been an amazing winter season of Senior Sport in 2017. Our boys continue to favour team sports as they seek the social and emotional benefits of striving for, achieving and celebrating successes with their peers. The achievements began with our 1st V Basketball graduating to play their inaugural season in the APS 1st […]

‘Unlock the Dance’

The Legacy Project formally began in 2017 with the purpose of developing culture through the student leadership group. Last year, the Prefects created and led with the theme of ‘As One’ and ‘A better man today than I was yesterday’. Although these messages have not been forgotten and will continue to be echoed by our […]

BGS Hall of Fame Gala Dinner

Last Wednesday night’s BGS Hall of Fame Gala Dinner went off in spectacular style. Held every three years, it is an important occasion that provides our School community with an opportunity to honour and celebrate the extraordinary achievements of our Old Boys and the contributions they have made to society. This year, eighteen Old Boys […]

Rising to the Challenges

Year 8 boys from Rofe, School and Hancock houses followed in the footsteps of Armstrong, Crowther and Dixon this week by making the journey out to the ancient lands of Gariwerd (the Grampians) to experience the wildflower season. The weather has been cooler and a little wetter, but that hasn’t stopped a number of our […]

Dylan Alcott (OB 2008) wins the US Open

Dylan Alcott (OB 2008) has won the US Open wheelchair quad singles title over the world number 1, David Wagner. This is Dylan’s second US Open and his sixth Grand Slam singles titles. This one was particularly testing for Dylan because rain forced the match to be moved to a practice court and spectators were […]

Traditional games for NAIDOC Week

NAIDOC Week celebrations were held across Australia in the week of 8–15 July. It’s a week to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in […]

Friday Night Lights

APS Soccer under lights on the Mitchell Oval On Friday the lights came on and our 1st and 2nd XI Soccer Teams participated in the first game of APS Soccer under lights at the Mitchell Oval. A crowd of over 500 supporters from both schools witnessed an amazing spectacle and great matches with lots of […]

A study group program making waves

Case study: A study group program making waves Who’d have thought Year 12 could be a team pursuit? At Brighton Grammar School in Melbourne, it is just that. Sport is a big deal at this boys’ school. All the students play sport, whether it’s cricket, badminton or volleyball in the summer, or rugby, basketball or hockey […]