Category: Student Achievement

At just 17, Craig Marais (Year 11) is the youngest player ever to be selected to join the HC Melbourne men’s hockey team. The team will compete in the national Hockey One League next month and Craig will play alongside the world’s best hockey players. Craig has been offered a full scholarship with VIS which […]

Congrats to Ben Sexton (Year 11) and Spencer Wood (Year 11) who have been named in Cricket Victoria’s Metro U17 State Squad. A huge achievement to make it into the 14-player squad. The team will represent Victoria in a national tournament later this month where they will compete against the best U17 cricketers in the […]

Update: With two top 10 finishes at international regattas recently, Matty is now ranked in the top 25 junior sailors in the world.   The trophy cabinet is glistening with Brighton Grammar being formally awarded the John Middleton Trophy and State School Teams Racing Trophy once again being returned to our collection.   In addition […]

This was the first international sailing trip for Kylan and his teammate, Tom, and all the training at home meant they brought excellent boat speed, team work and fitness to the competition. The boys raced in the Polish National Championships to get to know the local conditions and experience sailing in a big fleet. At […]

Year 11 student, Craig Marais and 2018 School Captain Brad Marais were presented with an Olympic flag by Olympian Melissa Tapper in recognition for representing Australia in the Hockey 5s at the 2018 Youth Olympics. The event, held in Argentina last October, saw Australia finish fifth out of 16 teams. Both Craig and Brad continue […]

The annual Premier’s VCE Awards were presented on 15 May 2018. Study Awards were awarded to two of our students based on their performance in the 2017 VCE. 2017 School Captain Benjamin Durkin received perfect scores of 50 in both English and Global Politics. Jack Haobin Liu (Year 12) received a perfect score of 50 […]

The aim of the Youth in Philanthropy program is to inspire young people to use their enthusiasm, creativity and energy to begin a life-long commitment to giving through activities that have a positive impact on the communities in which they live and will, one day, work. These Year 10 boys have been working with the […]

Congratulations to Julian Ou (Year 12) and Sasha Parsons (Year 12), who were recently presented with Premier’s VCE Awards for their outstanding academic results in 2016. Julian received a Study Award for excellence in Music Studies and Sasha received a Study Award for Economics. The annual Premier’s VCE Awards recognise the top-performing students in the state, with more than […]

The first questions everyone asked me when I got back from my 10-day voyage on the Young Endeavour were ‘Were you sick?’ and ‘Were you scared?’ Well, everyone was sick at first, and I think everyone got scared. For me, the most frightening thing was being sent up the mast with another Youth Crew member […]

After achieving second place in the American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition, Zac Shieh (Year 6) was invited to perform at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in April. Zac was relieved to receive his cello a day after his arrival in New York, after it failed to arrive with the baggage. However, the cello’s bridge […]