St George's Anglican Grammar School

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St George's Anglican Grammar School
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Wisdom, Grace, Service
Location
Perth, WA
Australia
Coordinates 31°57′13″S 115°51′25″E / 31.9537°S 115.8570°E / -31.9537; 115.8570Coordinates: 31°57′13″S 115°51′25″E / 31.9537°S 115.8570°E / -31.9537; 115.8570
Information
Type Anglican coeducational
Denomination Anglican
Established 2015
Principal Rensché Diggeden
Enrolment Years 7-12
Website

St George's Anglican Grammar School is an Anglican co-educational secondary school located at 50 William Street, Perth, Western Australia. Students from Years 7 to 12 are accommodated in a middle school (Years 7-9) and senior school (Years 10-12). St George's Anglican Grammar School is a school of the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.)

The school is Western Australia's first "vertical school" - one based in a high rise building rather than on a traditional campus.[1]

History[edit]

St George's Anglican Grammar School opened in January 2015 as the 14th school of the Anglican Schools Commission (ASC). The ASC had acquired the independent Murdoch College, changed its name, and relocated it from the suburb of Murdoch.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Laura Gartry (2015-10-03). "High-rise schools could be the future as cities run out of space for new campuses, experts say". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2015-10-03. 
  2. ^ Murdoch College Annual Report for 2014 (PDF), 2014, p. 2, retrieved 2015-10-03 

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