The Peninsula School

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Peninsula Grammar
20 Wooralla Drive
Mount Eliza, Victoria 3930
Coordinates 38°11′55″S 145°5′27″E / 38.19861°S 145.09083°E / -38.19861; 145.09083Coordinates: 38°11′55″S 145°5′27″E / 38.19861°S 145.09083°E / -38.19861; 145.09083
Type Independent, Co-educational, Day & Boarding
Motto Latin: Quod Bonum Tenete
(Hold fast that which is good)
Denomination Anglican
Established 1961
Principal Stuart Johnston
Enrolment 1,380 (K-12)
Colour(s) Blue, Red and Gold
Slogan Learn. Grow. Flourish!

The Peninsula School (also Peninsula Grammar) is an independent co-educational Anglican day and boarding school located in Mount Eliza, Victoria, Australia.

Founded in 1961, originally as a boys-only school and began enrolling girls from 1993.[1] The school is set on large hilly green fields overlooking Port Phillip Bay on the Mornington Peninsula. It is a member of the Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria. The school has a non-selective enrolment policy and currently caters for approximately 1,400 students from Pre-school to Year 12.

The school won a statewide RACV Energy Breakthrough award in 2009, and was congratulated in Parliament for its Year 6 human-powered vehicle team.[2]

The school has a compulsory Saturday sport program from Years 7 to 12 involving attendance of at least one training per week (two, depending on the sport) as well as having to participate in games on Saturdays. A medical certificate is required to gain an exemption from this.


  •      Ansett, purple
  •      Carr, navy blue
  •      Clarke, red
  •      Country, yellow
  •      Newton, green
  •      Town, sky blue


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