About Camberwell Grammar School
The school?s impressive campus caters for students from Pre-Preparatory to Year 12, blending gracious period architecture with exciting contemporary design and state-of-the-art facilities. With around 1,300 students, Camberwell offers personalised attention of a smaller school and the extensive facilities of a larger school.
Students are exposed to the full learning spectrum from arts and humanities to sport, science and technology, to help them discover their paths in life and flourish. Its teaching methods focus on independent learning, building a sense of curiosity and a desire to explore and problem solve. New technologies are also embraced at Camberwell Grammar School, to aid in learning and to teach responsibility in the digital age.
An extensive list of co-curricular activities at school, provide students with experience in the wider world and help them value social and cultural diversity and teamwork. These include camps, language study tours, interstate and international sporting tours and local and national expeditions.
Camberwell Grammar School is also renowned for its thriving performing arts program, which includes four school orchestras (Junior, Middle, Senior and String), a school choir, and full-scale school productions and concerts. Events are held in the auditorium of its 1,000-seat Performing Arts Centre capable of accommodating a full symphony orchestra. Graphic design, photography, sculpture and painting are also popular with students. Sports activities available at school range from basketball, kayaking, cricket and Australian Rules Football, to soccer, athletics, tennis and water polo.
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