BGS Virtual Open Day 2020
Discover the opportunities at Queensland's leading school for boys.
Welcome to the dedicated BGS Virtual Open Day webpage, where you can explore the benefits of a BGS education, take a virtual tour of the BGS campuses, watch videos from key BGS staff and read about the School’s Master Plan.
We warmly welcome you to join us for our Live Q&A from 12.00pm on Saturday 25 July via the BGS Facebook page. You will hear from BGS leaders and have the opportunity to ask them questions. Submit a question in advance here and register your attendance here. Click the link below for more details.
Welcome to Brisbane Grammar School. We are an inclusive community, where students from diverse backgrounds combine to live the School's values of learning, leadership, endeavour, respect and community. Click to read more.
The BGS academic culture celebrates effort and teachers encourage each boy to achieve his personal best. Click to read about how we foster a community of lifelong learners.
A warm welcome to BGS Boarding, where boys from all over the world experience the academic and cocurricular opportunities at Queensland’s leading school for boys. Click to read about our Boarding program and facilities.
Brisbane Grammar School’s unrivalled reputation for the teaching of science and the arts will be enhanced with the completion of the new STEAM precinct in mid-2023. Read more about how STEAM is taking BGS to new heights.
The academic results of Brisbane Grammar School’s Class of 2019 are representative of the excellent outcomes achieved by BGS students. Click to read their academic results, which are representative of the excellent outcomes achieved by all BGS students.
BGS opens a world of opportunities. The School aims to equip graduates with skills they will need for jobs of the future. Graduates also gain access to Brisbane Grammar Connect – a platform for networking, mentoring and job opportunities within the community. Click to discover the opportunities.
Our teachers are a community of learners who lead our culture of excellence. Read about how they challenge students of all ages and abilities to think critically and creatively, and how they gained new innovative insight from the COVID-19 crisis.
BGS uses data to deliver personalised learning for our students. Click to learn about how we use evidence-informed decisions to support student learning.
Discover the history of Brisbane's first Grammar School and first independent boys school, established in 1869. Watch a video from the BGS150 celebrations.
BGS aims to engage with all members of the community – past, present and future students and parents to friends, staff and Old Boys. The School encourages everyone to get involved in community activities, events and groups throughout the year. Click to read more.
The vibrant Middle School classrooms, libraries and social spaces are located within the grounds of the School’s main campus and are designed for adolescent boys. Lessons are crafted by teachers dedicated to making school an exciting place to learn, play and grow. Click to read more.
The BGS academic program aims to fulfill the School's academic mission by providing quality teaching across core subjects, sciences, cultural studies, humanities and creative arts. Click to read more.
Student Wellbeing at BGS offers an extensive series of support networks, leadership opportunities and a structured student wellbeing curriculum to guide and encourage our young men as they grow and mature. Boys give back to their community in Public Purpose and Immersion programs. Click to read more.
Beyond the Spring Hill campus, BGS owns an exceptional Outdoor Education Centre that gives boys the opportunity to learn as they connect with the natural world. Detailed lesson plans to teach basic survival skills. Boys develop personal skills, such as leadership, problem solving, effective communication, teamwork and living in a community. Click to read more.
The BGS tradition is to proudly represent the light dark blue. At BGS, sport complements the academic experience and provide important learning opportunities. With a focus on teamwork, commitment, discipline, setting goals and striving for personal bests, every boy is encouraged to challenge himself and try something new. Click to read more.
Cultural activities are woven through the fabric of Brisbane Grammar School’s daily life and form a key part of the Cocurriculum program. BGS offers the study of Music, Drama, Art and Design with extension activities offered across the visual and performing arts. Click to read more.
Whatever a boy’s interest, there is a club or activity for him to pursue his passion. The School offers over 30 clubs and activities, allowing boys to explore everything from aviation and photography, to robotics, astronomy, reading, entrepreneurship, martial arts, designing, building and environmental conservation, and the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Click to view activities on offer.
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For more information about Open Day, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 7 3834 5200.