Girton Grammar Giving

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The vision for Girton Grammar is one of growth and outstanding academic results as well as the best possible facilities. These things cannot be achieved without support from the broader school community.

Girton Grammar aims to be the Australian benchmark for excellence in regional education and to achieve this we need the very best teachers, facilities, grounds and co-curricular opportunities.

We have all benefited from the generosity of those who have gone before us and your assistance in helping to serve generations of students and teachers to come will have a lasting impact.

To donate to one of the Girton Grammar funds, please contact the School’s Chief Financial Officer, Ms Anita Briggs, (03) 5441 3114 or by email 


Building Fund

New Building (1)By having the very best facilities we support the excellence in academic and co-academic areas of education that defines our school and which strengthens our students.

The school’s resources and facilities encourage every student to discover their potential.

The Ҵý Building Fund has been created to help acquire, construct and maintain the Junior School and Senior School buildings. The fund also allows for expenditure on capital improvements and maintenance, as well as installing and maintaining fixtures.

Library Fund

Supporting the Girton Grammar Library Fund means supporting inquiring minds.

Our libraries need to evolve to suit the latest technological advances and user preferences and gifts to the Library Fund will ensure this evolution.

New Building (11)The Library is the learning heart of the School, providing extensive opportunities for study and development, meeting academic and recreational needs of students.



Scholarship Fund

Scholarships strengthen the diversity of the School community, culturally, musically and academically.

Gifts to the scholarships fund have an immediate, personal and profound impact and Girton Grammar scholarships help talented students to fulfill their potential.

Scholarships can also ease financial burden and allow access to a first rate education to more people.