St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, Traralgon, is a growing ELC to Year 10 campus providing a learning environment that inspires a fascination for discovery, a passion for knowledge and a lifetime of learning.
Set amongst vast green surrounds, our new buildings contribute to all students’ awareness of their ‘environmental footprint.’ From the recycled gyprock walls and tyres recycled into carpeting, to the revegetation of the wetlands with indigenous plants, we have created an atmosphere conducive to students developing a connection with their natural environment.
Student learning is enhanced through the use of integrated technology. Our classrooms are equipped with interactive white boards and our students are linked to the world through our online resources and the one to one devices program.
An engaging curriculum is supported by a breadth of extension and co-curricular activities which encourage students to build their skills and confidence in areas outside of the classroom. Each child is catered for at St Paul’s with activities in performing arts, sport and recreation, community service and many other areas allowing each child to be developed and nurtured.
Our unique campus design has fostered a close relationship with our Junior School and this has created leadership and mentoring opportunities for the secondary students. It also ensures a smooth transition for Year 6 students who are familiar and comfortable with the surrounds of the Secondary School. Our Transition Program at every year level is carefully considered to ensure students are fully orientated and enter St Paul’s with an immediate sense of belonging.
Click on the following videos to view our Traralgon Campus from above and our wetlands area: