Students from Years 8 to 10 who choose Music as an elective subject form classes of vertical year levels. Students enter the 8/9Music program from a variety of backgrounds and this approach allows the meeting of each student's specific needs and abilities.

St John's Grammar offers  vertical grouping and, in many cases, accelerated programs, for students in senior years to the completion of the SACE Stage 2 course. These courses consist of assessment in solo and ensemble performance, composition and arrangement, musicianship and individual study.

St John's Grammar School offers students the opportunity to experience professional performances, which may be staged at the School or to an outside audience. Performances are selected on the basis of the value to the child's educational development, and highlight the enjoyment that live performance offers.

Working with water at the ELC

Each new activity we provide your children with the opportunity to promote their intellectual development.

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Shut Up - and Listen

All of us need times or reflection and self-examination.

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What is School Counselling?

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Middle schooling: when to start?

Here at St John’s we are extremely proud of the unique opportunities our Middle School can offer to students.

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Meet our International Students

Our international students are wonderful role models of resilience and earn the respect of the entire school community.

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Junior School Music Update

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