This is Ipswich Grammar School. The oldest grammar school in Queensland and a Prep to Year 12 independent day and boarding school. Our boys live and breathe our motto – Labore Et Honore – to work hard with honour. We challenge our staff and our boys to be exceptional performers every day and we invite you to be part of our community.
Enrolling at Ipswich Grammar
Our next Open Day is 24 May, 2018. Register now to receive further information.
Book a tour of our school with our enrolments team and you will have the chance to discuss your son’s future at Ipswich Grammar School.
To learn more about our School’s history of tradition, explicit teaching approach, broad subjects, boarding experience and more, download a copy here.
We are now taking enrolments for 2019 for Prep and Year 7 entry. Click here to understand all of your requirements on how to enrol with us.
Learning at Ipswich Grammar
We understand selecting a school for your son is a family decision based on the right fit for your child and your family. You want the best for his future, and now, which is why we put enormous emphasis on getting our Junior School just right for our boys.
Years 7-12 at Ipswich Grammar School are a blend of academic and learning enrichment opportunities with clear career pathways and support in place to ensure the final transition for your boy is a successful one. The results are often transformational.
Extensive research has concluded that boys benefit greatly from attending a single-sex school. At Ipswich Grammar School we have shaped our entire approach to cater for the needs of boys, to foster their engagement and strengthen their learning journey.
News & Events
Positive Conversations with your son
Andrew Fuller, a leading clinical psychologist in Australia, has written many times that to build resilience and wellbeing with your son, there needs to be a sense of belonging where he feels connected to his family and to his friends. A sense of belonging and connection to society
Student Progress Update
Student progression is a key area that we monitor in the Junior School to ensure that all boys, regardless of what they are currently attaining, achieve the best that they possibly can. Student data is tracked through a combination of test scores, weekly Friday Book assessment along with sight word and reading level data that is collected on Weeks 4 and 8 of each term.
From the Deputy Headmaster
Last week I started to come down with a cold so on the way home I stopped into the chemist. Waiting to buy my Codral, I noticed a change behind the counter. No longer do you have two or more pharmacists putting together the medication, now the pharmacists was at the counter taking the order andView all news
for every boy
Every boy at Ipswich Grammar School has the opportunity to follow their passions and pursue their talents. We offer broad subject offerings, specialist teachers and over 40 co-curricular activities. In the secondary years our boys have multiple pathways to choose from to enable them to fulfil their potential beyond school.Read More
The Ipswich Grammar School Old Boys Association has been an important part of the school community since its inauguration in 1907. The overarching aim of the Old Boys Association is to maintain and keep the past students of Ipswich Grammar School in touch with each other and the school where ‘we battled as boys’.Read More