Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School
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|Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School|
|Gelorup, Western Australia|
|Type||Co-educational, Day & Boarding, Kindergarten, Primary & Secondary|
|Motto||Fide et opere (by faith and work)|
|Key people||Headmaster - Mike Giles|
|Colour(s)||Blue, Gold and White|
|School fees||$1,536 to $9,568 p.a. (Day)
$20,508 p.a. (Boarding)
Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School (often denoted BCGS), is an independent school in Gelorup, Western Australia, a semi-rural suburb 10 kilometres south of Bunbury. Providing kindergarten, primary and secondary education, the school serves approximately 900 students and employs 160 staff. BCGS is a participating member of the Round Square Organization, and Diocesan School of the Anglican Diocese of Bunbury.
In 1967, a small group of volunteers, led by the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Bunbury, Bishop Ralph Hawkins, organized the creation of an Anglican, co-educational day and boarding school. Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School became operational in 1972, with an enrolment of 78 students.
BCGS has published a magazine called the Grammarian quarterly.
Dr Bruce Matthews was the headmaster at the school from 1998 to 2011, when he left to take up a position on the inaugural board of the newly formed School Curriculum and Standards Authority. The headmaster that replaced Matthews was Mike Giles who joined the school in late 2011 from Great Southern Grammar.
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