Sunday, 18 March 2018


Geraldton Grammar School has an extensive selection of academic and vocational courses to suit the various education requirements and goals of today’s adolescents. Out timetable is designed to allow a gradual increase in subject specialisation and choice from year 7 to 12.

All students study English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities and Social Sciences, Health and Physical Education from years 7 to 10. Where appropriate, classes are streamed to meet the needs of particular groups of students.

The new WA curriculum has mandated the teaching of Design technologies, Digital technologies, subjects in the Arts until year 8. At Geraldton Grammar School we teach these on a rotational basis in years7 and 8 providing an opportunity for students to try different subjects and fulfilling the needs of the curriculum. In years 9 to 12 students are provided with an opportunity to choose the subjects they enjoy and are good at.

The Teaching of Languages other than English are mandated until year 8. We offer a comprehensive language program beginning from Kindergarten through to year 12. 2017 was the first year we had a student finishing the ATAR course in Chinese.

In years 11 and 12, students have the opportunity to choose from a total of 28 different ATAR and General Courses of Study. In 2018 we are also offering 3 Vocational Education and Training certificates; a certificate 2 in Business, Outdoor Recreation and Digital Media. All the senior pathways are built upon the strong foundations set in the primary and middle school. The majority of year 11 and 12 students at Geraldton Grammar School undertake an ATAR pathway. Our selection of ATAR Courses of Study ensures students have the opportunity to study a selection of courses that match their own aspirations for tertiary entrance, including any course that is a university prerequisite.

Geraldton Grammar School has a close relationship with Central Regional TAFE College and year 11 and 12 students have the opportunity to study Vocational Education and Training Qualification Certificates there, concurrently with their school courses. Other available vocational study modes are School Based Traineeships and Workplace Learning.

Traditional curriculum is supplemented by our extracurricular program including camps in years 7 to 10, Outward Bound in years 9 and 11, school clubs and a variety of extension programs such as country week sports, debating, public speaking and academic competitions.

Geraldton Grammar School provides academic scholarships for high achieving students and the details of these can be found on the Scholarships page.

An overview of the current curriculum structure and courses on offer can be downloaded below


Filename Size Date
An Adobe Acrobat file 2018 - Curriculum Handbook Middle and Senior School 1.57 MB 2017-05-18
An Adobe Acrobat file GGS Curriculum Overview MS SS 23.72 KB 2016-07-31


Curriculum information on grades prior to Year 7 can be found on the respective Early Learning and Primary School pages.

134 George Rd Geraldton, Western Australia
ph: (08)9965 7800 fax: (08)9904 7176