St George's Strategic Plan to 2025

These are exciting times for St George's Anglican Grammar School. With the continued growth of our school, we remain committed to being the leading co-educational Anglican school within the heart of the city of Perth - and a gradual move to new and bigger premises awaits. 

St George's new home

St George’s Anglican Grammar School will have a new and permanent home at 441 Murray Street in coming years. The building will also be the head offices of the Anglican Schools Commission, ASC International and the ASC Language School.

Our main school campus at 50 William Street is a leased building and is combined with classrooms located at the nearby CQU building at 10 William Street and an administrative office at 56 William Street. We operate over three buildings within close proximity. The purchase of 441 Murray Street allows us to establish much firmer foundations for our long-term future.

With Curtin University’s School of Law based on Murray Street, Murdoch University leasing property on St George’s Terrace, and Edith Cowan and the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) moving into a site adjoining Yagan Square in 2025, Perth is becoming an education hub. These developments, along with our own presence, add a youthful demographic to city life.

St George's will continue to operate our main campus out of 50 William Street for the foreseeable future, with a transition move to 441 Murray St gradually occurring from 2024. In this exciting interim period, 441 Murray Street will be developed to provide for the increased needs of the school. We are working alongside specialist architects to support us to ensure the building meets its new purpose.

Importantly, the additional space will allow us to diversify and broaden the curriculum. In the planning stages of the development, we are looking to create specialist subject areas such as Dance, Textiles, Food Technology, Woodwork and Metal Work to become part of the St George’s Anglican Grammar School curriculum as well as increasing our Science, Art, Drama, Music and Design spaces.