Partnerships

Through meaningful experiences in contexts ranging from the sporting arena to arts spaces and scientific research facilities, Grammar girls start making their mark on the world long before graduation.

The School is proud to partner with leading organisations and individuals who work closely and collegially with students to provide truly inspiring and empowering learning.

Queensland Symphony Orchestra

Brisbane Girls Grammar School launched a unique Education Partnership with Queensland Symphony Orchestra in 2017, providing students with the extraordinary opportunity to be mentored by, and perform with, some of Australia’s finest musicians.

Students who demonstrate strong musical talent have the chance to work with Orchestra musicians throughout as part of the Prossima Program—a project dedicated to developing the next generation of musicians at Girls Grammar. Orchestra musicians also rehearse and perform with Girls Grammar ensembles—supporting and guiding students in developing their musical skills—as part of the Musical Mentors initiative.

Brisbane Roar FC

The Roar’s Youth team currently uses the School’s playing fields at Fig Tree Pocket (the Rangakarra Recreational and Environmental Education Centre) as their home training ground, with the National Premier Leagues Queensland Women’s squad using the fields during 2017 and 2018.

Brisbane Roar Coaching staff and squad members mentor and lead skill-building activities for Girls Grammar students and coaches, allowing girls to learn from and be challenged by professional sportswomen.

Affiliate Schools

Girls Grammar maintains long-standing relationships with leading educational institutions around the world. Global thinking is not simply a concept, but a lived reality for students who can participate in immersive international experiences.

The International Studies Faculty offers students in Years 10, 11 and 12 the opportunity to visit and study at one of our International Affiliate Schools.
Since 1978, Brisbane Girls Grammar School has built a network of like-minded schools throughout the world. Through these affiliations, girls are able to:

  • Meet and develop friendships with students from overseas
  • Learn about, and celebrate diverse cultures and ways of thinking
  • Experience real life immersion in a language they are learning
  • Broaden their horizons about future opportunities, particularly as they develop from Grammar Girls into Grammar Women.

For further information, please contact Ms Susan Garson, Director of International Studies.

  • Seirinkan High School
  • Mie High School
  • Mie Junior High School
  • Maria-Wächtler Schule
  • Werner-Heisenberg Gymnasium
  • Lycée Saint Paul
  • Shanghai No. 3 Girls’ Middle School

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