The Arts 

St George’s Anglican Grammar School provides exciting and innovative programs in Visual Art, Photography, Design, Music and Drama. With an emphasis on original thought and creativity, the School offers our young people a holistic education that is rich and cultured. Our teachers are experienced and dedicated to nurturing talent and encouraging the highest academic achievement within a balanced education.

Our students have access to numerous state-of-the-art facilities and culturally significant venues, such as the State Art Collection at the Art Gallery of WA; Perth Arts Festival and Fringe Festival events; public art and sculpture; the State Theatre; numerous performance and exhibition venues and the heritage-listed St George’s Cathedral.


St George’s Anglican Grammar School offers a comprehensive program in the performing arts. Drama is offered as part of the curriculum from Year 7 to Year 12 and can be studied at university entrance level in Senior School. The co-curricular schedule is fully inclusive and provides productions where students are able to work towards excellence in their chosen art form. Students have access to exceptional Drama spaces including the State Theatre Centre of WA, Perth Town Hall, His Majesty's Theatre and UCIC Hall. The School Drama space is located at the historic Queen’s Building at 97 William Street.

As part of the St George’s Arts Program, students have the opportunity to join one of our touring groups where they are able to work with internationally acclaimed masters of the dramatic arts.

2017 Whole School Production - The Addams Family 
2016 Whole School Production - Legally Blonde
2015 Whole School Production - Popstars


As participation in music offers a significant contribution to quality of life, St George’s takes practical music-making as a starting point. We aim for a vibrant musical community. Through creating, rehearsing and performing music, students develop instrumental, performance, compositional, and theoretical skills. The Music Department promotes a relaxed and welcoming environment in which to work and create, both in and out of class.

To express an interest in instrumental lessons for your child please complete and return the application form, available below. 

 What Instrument Should I Learn
 Instrumental Handbook
 Program-Student Handbook
 Application Form 
 Withdrawal Form