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.

  • ​With excitement building ahead of the BGS150 Sports Lunch on Friday 7 September we are calling for your favourite BGS sporting memories. Join the conversation on the BGS social media pages ​and hashtag #BGS150Sport. Comments will be published below. Be sure to book your place at the major event.

  • ​​Bursary student and BGS Old Boy Toby Buckley '17 took a unique path to Brisbane Grammar School. It started with a letter to Headmaster Anthony Micallef in 2015. But it wasn't a normal letter. He penned it himself – without his parents' knowledge – when partway through Year 10 at a small beach-side school in NSW.​

  • Indigenous bursary students Stephen Baronio, Zeke and Micah Leaupepe Perkins were featured in a terrific story in The Courier-Mail in February this year. The story showcased how BGS is improving outcomes for Indigenous boys through bursaries and gave the students an opportunity to explain what they had gained from their BGS journeys.

  • ​Brisbane Grammar School acknowledged National Sorry Day at Senior School assembly today, ahead of National Reconciliation Week next week. The assembly provided an opportunity for Year 10 student Kieron Saunders to tell his personal story. A Woopabarra man from Cooktown in North Queensland, Kieron spoke passionately about his family’s connection to the Stolen Generations.​