Caulfield Grammar School

Caulfield Grammar School
Caulfield Grammar School proudly offers a thriving learning environment that nourishes students to know who they are, what they value and why they are valued. These competencies are nurtured in the way we teach, the breadth of co-curricular offerings, and our commitment to every learner’s wellbeing.
  • Tom Feng
    Tom Feng

    Tom Feng

    My parents and I came to Australia in 2016. We were attracted to Melbourne because Melbourne is one of the most liveable cities in the world and it is very multicultural. 

    I came to Caulfield Grammar in Year 9 and found a friendly and supportive community both within the overseas students' group and within the broader community of students and staff. We have students from all over the world - overseas boarders, students whose parents migrated to Australia, and local students who are learning Chinese and German. There is no way a student here could remain invisible or be ignored because there is a strong culture of diversity, tolerance and multiculturalism.  

    I would also like to highlight Nanjing Campus. Caulfield Grammar has always been passionate about interacting with the other parts of the world through Nanjing and various overseas programs. There I played the role of translator between local Chinese and our students. I found it particularly enjoyable when I saw our students mixing with the local community in the park which demonstrates the School value of ‘Embracing diversity’. 

  • Shelly Liu

    Shelly Liu

    My family and I arrived in Australia in 2016. I was always passionate in exploring the big world and I chose to start my new adventure in Melbourne for its humanities culture and unique lifestyle. I came to CGS by following the advice of my cousin who was a past graduate of Caulfield Grammar. He told me there was an excellent study environment and cultural diversity within the campus which made me looked forward to studying in one of the best co-educational schools in Melbourne. 

    My highlight is definitely the International Assembly. This assembly is not about how excellent people can be, but more about how diverse Caulfield Grammarians are. I am a terrible dancer, but my first stage experience at Caulfield was presenting K-pop in international assembly. That was the first time I didn’t really care about how bad I looked or how awkward the movements were, but I was more excited at the prospect of getting to learn something new and being part of the positive energy of dance. And more importantly, the cheering from my peers who sat in the auditorium where I found a feeling of acceptance and being valued. This experience helped me to explore more about the meaning of cultural diversity. 

    Shelly Liu
  • Website:




    The uniform is compulsory and enforced
Is the information on this page correct? Request update
Enquire about this school

Are you currently in Australia?

You must agree before submitting.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Join the conversation