Underpinned by values of endeavour, learning, respect, leadership and community, the Brisbane Grammar School purpose is to educate boys by nurturing their intellectual, physical, and emotional wellbeing to become thoughtful, confident men of character who contribute to their communities.

An independent, non-denominational day and boarding school for boys, located in Spring Hill, BGS caters for 1700 students. Complementing extensive extracurricular and academic programs, the student wellbeing program represents an integral element of the BGS mission.

  • ​The GPS Association Working Party, established to review the Rugby Review Report into the serious spinal injuries experienced by four boys during 2018, has released its response to the report’s recommendations. The Working Party’s highest priority is to ensure changes are made that improve player care and safety.​
  • To coincide with the publication of Light Dark Blue, celebrating Brisbane Grammar School's sesquicentenary, new lists containing academic prizes, scholarships, captains and champions of sport were created. This Awards Chronicle contains 114 prize lists, with over 6000 entries in a searchable database.

  • ​​Three outstanding 2018 graduates, Anton Vellnagel, Marcus Ray and Eagle Ngo were recognised with scholarships at the BGS Foundation Day assembly on Friday. The event celebrated the School’s history and featured an inspiring speech from Old Boy Michael Milford ’98. Prof Milford, a multi-award-winning educational entrepreneur with a Mechanical and Space Engineering degree and a PhD in Robotics, leads a team at QUT researching the nature of intelligence.​​

  • Click to read an update on the review into the serious spinal injuries sustained last year by four schoolboy rugby players in the Great Public Schools’ (GPS) Association of Queensland competition​​.​​