Why CCGS?

Next Generation Learners need a place that inspires their thinking whilst challenging their growing minds every day. CCGS has some of Australia’s newest facilities teamed with a world-class vision. Explore our dynamic learning environment!

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Educational Excellence
Striving for educational excellence at CCGS
Every student can achieve their academic potential

Excellent relationships across our learning community unite students, parents and teachers in high expectations. Our expert teachers adopt evidence based strategies and embrace continual professional development.

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Wellbeing
Extensive cocurricular programs
A strong sense of belonging is at the heart of a CCGS education

Our wellbeing programs provide a safe, healthy and caring learning environment and our extensive cocurricular programs motivate students to tap their potential.

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Inspiring Facilities
New Junior School 2021
Our spacious school environment symbolises freedom and opportunity

Up to date, quality facilities support extended academic, physical and social development and inspire enthusiasm for learning.

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Next Generation Learning
Generation of new learners at CCGS
Critical and creative thinkers, independent learners, problem solvers...

We systematically teach the life skills and learning characteristics necessary to participate, contribute and prosper in society.

Opening opportunities beyond the curriculum

Exploring interests, cultivating a sense of belonging, and nurturing talents. Learn more about our extensive co-curricular groups at CCGS.

Let's Get Social

1 K – 2 students headed outdoors for library lessons this week, discovering Bob Graham’s ‘The Concrete Garden’ at 21 stops around the campus. ‘A story walk is such a delightful way for children to enjoy reading and the outdoors at the same time,’ said Teacher Librarian Meredith Macdonald. At the end of the walk students created a colourful exotic garden with chalk, just like the children in the story. #schoollibrarian #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw
2 Get your sport and social fix tomorrow, with 46 junior and senior football, netball, rugby and hockey teams playing at home - and barista coffee and hot food at the café from 7.30am to 2pm. We’d love to see our past, current and future students and families cheer them on at this 'Super Saturday' for the Sport program. Firsts Girls Football 9am, Firsts Boys Football 10.15am, Firsts Rugby 3.15pm. See you there! #ccgssport #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw
1 Kindness encourages connection and thoughtfulness and is a core value at CCGS. During Kindness Week, messages shared on our Kindness Tree at the entrance to the Library have inspired us all to remember that every small interaction with each other is an opportunity to have a positive impact on our lives, our school and our community. #kindness #kindnessmatters #kindness #kindnessrocks #kindnessisfree #bkinder #bkinderday #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw
5 After a stunning opening night of The Addams Family we now have a SOLD OUT show on Saturday with only a handful of tickets left for Friday night's show. Tonight's show is also selling fast, so get in quick for your chance to see Gomez, Morticia and their Addams Family clan all dazzle on our Performing Arts Centre stage! https://auccgs.sales.ticketsearch.com/sales/salesevent/132585 #performingarts #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw
5 Hear from Year 11 student Cara, runner up in the international Write the World Poetry Spoken Word competition for young writers. Her powerful message about the 'anti-social networks' disconnecting us from eachother in our digital world stood out amongst teen writers worldwide who participated in the competition. Guest judge Malika Booker, a British Caribbean poet and a pioneer in the comtemporary spoken word movement commented: "I was struck by the necessity of this critical technological poem. Cara’s powerful performance impressed me with the use of the body (her arms and hands) to enact physical metaphors and symbols that further layered the powerful and engaging spoken word performance, which was gripping.' CCGS English teacher Sophie Cole shares Write the World competitions with students to encourage them to dig deeper into the writing process, try out new genres, and share their work with a sea of eager readers. #writetheworld #performancepoetry #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw