Meet the Headmaster

Bill Low became the third Headmaster/Chief Executive Officer of Central Coast Grammar School in 2008.

A former Headmaster, he has taught in schools and universities in South Australia and came to CCGS from senior executive roles for the Department of Education including: School Education Director for the Hunter/Central Coast region; and State Director of Early Childhood and Primary Education.

His decisive, strategic, educational leadership and ability to build commitment and support for ambitious improvement ensures that CCGS is an outstanding institution, synonymous with excellence in teaching and student outcomes. He is committed to continually improving all facets of CCGS to make it the best it can possibly be.

Bill Low talks to senior students at CCGS, Central Coast

He serves the wider education community as:

  • Chair of Heads of Independent Coeducational Schools (HICES)
  • Executive Member of the Association of Heads of Independent Schools in Australia (AHISA)
  • Chair of the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) NSW Centre for Excellence
  • Member of the AIS NSW Advisory Council

A Churchill Fellow, he’s passionate about the school taking a leadership role in advancing the social and economic development of the Central Coast region.