Why CCGS?

Next Generation Learners need a place that inspires their thinking whilst challenging their growing minds every day. CCGS has some of Australia’s newest facilities teamed with a world-class vision. Explore our dynamic learning environment!

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Educational Excellence
Striving for educational excellence at CCGS
Every student can achieve their academic potential

Excellent relationships across our learning community unite students, parents and teachers in high expectations. Our expert teachers adopt evidence based strategies and embrace continual professional development.

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Wellbeing
Extensive cocurricular programs
A strong sense of belonging is at the heart of a CCGS education

Our wellbeing programs provide a safe, healthy and caring learning environment and our extensive cocurricular programs motivate students to tap their potential.

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Inspiring Facilities
New Junior School 2021
Our spacious school environment symbolises freedom and opportunity

Up to date, quality facilities support extended academic, physical and social development and inspire enthusiasm for learning.

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Next Generation Learning
Generation of new learners at CCGS
Critical and creative thinkers, independent learners, problem solvers...

We systematically teach the life skills and learning characteristics necessary to participate, contribute and prosper in society.

Opening opportunities beyond the curriculum

Exploring interests, cultivating a sense of belonging, and nurturing talents. Learn more about our extensive co-curricular groups at CCGS.

Let's Get Social

1 Stop, think, act with respect. This morning a fun live performance of Zanna & the Lost Code from @brainstormproductions_ brought this message to life, inspiring Juniors to build safer and more positive online experiences. #cybersafety #antibullying #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw
0 Our vibrant and thought-provoking Reconciliation Week culminated in a very special whole school service, lit up by the richness of visiting Aboriginal voices and a Gamilaraay Spirit Dance performed by our CCGS Aboriginal Cultural Group. Earlier in the week Head Prefect Harry Mangos urged students to practice inclusion in their day to day lives, so society may move to a more inclusive place, person by person. Headmaster Phil O’Regan encouraged students to "Be curious. Be open minded. Be empathetic. Be a voice for a more inclusive, respectful and understanding society for all." Thank you to all who supported @wearityellowday today, with all funds going to First Nations organisation Children’s Ground, to deliver self-determination, education, health and employment opportunities for First Nations people. #nowmorethanever #centralcoastgrammarschool #centralcoastnsw #wearityellow
3 It was an exciting morning for our first Girls in STEM breakfast, which was the brainchild of passionate Year 12 students Lana Pavy and Janine Southwell. They hosted the inspiring event for grades Years 3 to 12, to spark interest in STEM studies (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and careers, and share the findings of a survey they conducted on students in Years 3 to 9. We were thrilled to have CCGS Alumna Ailbhe Doyle (2021) and Extension Maths teacher Naomi Riley join us. These passionate advocates showcased career options and presented educational pathways to ignite interest and motivation. Together, we're shaping the future of STEM. #GirlsInSTEM #STEMEducation #FutureLeaders #Inspiration #WomenInSTEM
1 Reconciliation Week celebrations continue with today’s visit from artist, musician and storyteller, @greggdreise He had Juniors up on their feet laughing, dancing and singing as they learned through stories from his Kamilaroi and Euahlayi heritage. He left our young people with this thought: “There is only one race in life, the human race.” #ReconciliationWeek2024 #morethanever #centracoastgrammar #centralcoastnsw
5 This morning students and host families welcomed 15 Yolngu teenage boys from Milingimbi School in the Northern Territory for a week-long cultural immersion. An atmospheric smoking ceremony was led by Aboriginal Education and Healing Consultant Tammy Wright alongside CCGS students. Mitch, Assistant Principal of Milingimbi School shared “this learning experience will help our boys walk better in two worlds, offering new experiences,skills and insights from the mainstream world to take back to their Yolngu world. Host parent Sophie said “opening our homes and classrooms is such an enriching opportunity to learn about different cultures and have a positive impact on someone’s life.