Firbank Grammar School
Firbank Grammar School was established in 1909 as a day and boarding school for girls, by the Anglican Archbishop of Melbourne. In 2019 Firbank celebrated its 110 year anniversary. The School is an independent, Anglican day and boarding school for students from ELC to Year 12. It believes in inclusiveness and values diversity of experience, knowledge and opinion. Students are encouraged to hold on to and share their cultural integrity, while adapting to Australian education and making life-long friends at it’s international school. The School provides the students with the right balance of educational and real life experiences so they can forge ahead on their own path.
Firbank boasts some of the most up to date facilities and programs in Australia. It places value on staff that has a balanced, experienced worldview. Academics and doers, it’s teachers are leaders in their fields, they impart their knowledge from a place of experience and personal achievement. Through it’s girls-only and co-educational options, the school offers more choice and flexibility for students to find the right fit. Later in life, this sense of belonging and the connections forged at Firbank evolve into valuable professional and community networks.
The School has three campuses located in Melbourne’s bay side suburbs. It has two campuses in Brighton. The girls only Junior School for students ELC to Year 6 is located in Middle Crescent and our girls only Senior School for students Year 7-12 is located in Outer Crescent.
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