List of Caulfield Grammar School people

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This is a list of notable past students and staff of Caulfield Grammar School and/or Malvern Memorial Grammar School (amalgamated with Caulfield in 1961). Alumni of the school are known as "Caulfield Grammarians" and are supported by the Caulfield Grammarians' Association.[1]

N.B. Years of attendance in brackets.[2]
All persons listed were students, unless otherwise indicated. MMGS = Student of Malvern Memorial Grammar School.

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