An Anglican Community

St George’s Anglican Grammar School is a Christian school in the Anglican tradition. We warmly welcome students of all cultures and faiths.

The School is a proud member of the Anglican Schools Commission (Inc.) (ASC) network of schools. Founded in 1985, the Core Purpose of the ASC is to establish and support low fee Anglican systemic schools which provide a high quality, inclusive, caring Christian education.  

ASC schools are distinctly Christian communities that demonstrate care for each other and treat all people with dignity and respect. They deliver excellence in education, stressing high achievement in traditional academic subjects, balanced by comprehensive co-curricular and vocational programs. These are underpinned by core Christian values and teaching in the time-honoured Anglican tradition.

The Anglican Schools Commission has six principal values, which we aim to instil in our students, staff and wider School community.

  • Faith: Living by Gospel values
  • Excellence: Pursuing high standards in all things
  • Justice: Demonstrating fairness, compassion and conviction
  • Respect: Respecting self, others and our planet
  • Integrity: Acting with honesty and openness
  • Diversity: Promoting social inclusion and celebrating difference

At St George’s Anglican Grammar School, Religious Studies promotes spiritual and personal growth through an understanding of ethics and a knowledge of other faiths.

Chapel services enable students, staff and families to gather as a community to celebrate life and worship together.

St. George’s Cathedral is the spiritual home of the school. We are indeed fortunate to have such a historical church to worship in and to have as the spiritual centre of our school community. Please click here to find out more about the Cathedral. 

Please click the link below to view a copy of the Anglican Schools in Western Australia Ethos Statement. 

Anglican Schools in Western Australia Ethos Statement
Anglican Schools Australia Anglican Identity
Anglican Schools Australia - What does it mean to be an Anglican School?