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Townsville Grammar School's Middle and Senior School, catering for Years 7-12, is situated in the seaside suburb of North Ward, sitting in the shadow of Castle Hill. The School still remains on its original site of 6.53 hectares, as it has done since 1888. The campus is equipped with all the latest technology and facilities, including fully air-conditioned classrooms and Gymnasium, dedicated Music Centre with private tuition rooms, Sports ovals, Olympic size 50m swimming pool, basketball and netball courts.
Since its foundation, the cornerstone of Townsville Grammar School has been to provide the best academic facility for students in North Queensland. A strong academic background will always be an investment in your child's future, no matter what career path they pursue in life.
Daily bus services allow students to be dropped off at North Ward each morning and transported to Annandale and be returned each afternoon.
Middle School (Years 7-9)
The Middle School caters for students from Years 7 to 9, providing an exciting and dynamic experience of schooling for girls and boys in Years 7, 8 and 9.
Middle schooling is an educational approach that better caters
Senior School (Years 10-12)
The Senior School caters for students from Years 10 to 12, providing an exciting and dynamic experience of schooling for our girls and boys in Years 10, 11 and 12.
Your guarantee of a quality education can be glimpsed through programmes such as the International Baccalaureate and the depth of core faculties such as Modern Languages where students have a choice of foreign languages to study. Your child has an individual path in life and at Townsville Grammar School our aim is to provide an environment where every child can achieve their personal best. Townsville Grammar School celebrates academic success as well as consistent effort to inspire a passion for life-long learning.
The Senior School curriculum caters
Townsville Grammar School is an accredited International Baccalaureate (IB) World School and offers students entering Year 11 the choice between the IB Diploma course and the Queensland Certificate of Education. Emphasising high academic standards, critical thinking, intercultural understanding and respect for others, the IB Diploma is accepted by universities around the globe with many universities offering scholarships, bonus entrance points, subject credits and even advanced placement to IB graduates.
Above all, the School encourages students to become