Alphington Grammar School

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Alphington Grammar School
Alphington Grammar School Logo.jpg
Alphington, Victoria
Coordinates 37°46′49.3″S 145°02′10″E / 37.780361°S 145.03611°E / -37.780361; 145.03611Coordinates: 37°46′49.3″S 145°02′10″E / 37.780361°S 145.03611°E / -37.780361; 145.03611
Type Independent, Co-educational
Motto Learning for Life
Denomination Non-Denominational
Established 1989
Chairman Nick Kouk
Principal Dr Vivianne Nikou
Years P-12
Enrolment 600[1]
Colour(s) Blue, White and Black

Alphington Grammar School is an independent, co-educational secondary school located in Alphington, Victoria, Australia, established by the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria in 1989. [2]

The school was designed to reflect the cultural diversity of Melbourne, and is non-denominational with students from around 30 ethnic and religious backgrounds.[3]


Alphington Grammar School opened in 1989 and will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2014. The school is currently preparing for this anniversary.[4][needs update]

The Greek community of Melbourne is supportive of the school and holds its Greek language classes there on weekends. [5]


  1. ^ "Alphington Grammar School". Retrieved 12 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Alphington Grammar School, school website, Accessed 11 December 2010
  3. ^ School Choice, Accessed 11 December 2010
  4. ^ [1], Accessed 11 December 2010
  5. ^ "", Accessed 11 December 2010

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