Mentone Grammar

Mentone Grammar

Mentone Grammar is the benchmark for outstanding coeducation in Melbourne, Australia and welcomes international students in Years 9 – 12. The school is acknowledged for its dynamic and supportive learning environment which offers outstanding opportunities. International students are welcomed and supported as part of a close-knit community.

Mentone Grammar is the benchmark for outstanding co-education in bayside Melbourne, from their Early Learning Centre through to Year 12. The school is ideally located by the beach in a safe and leafy suburb and close to public transport.

About us

Mentone Grammar is renowned for its successful learning model of Together-Apart-Together, where girls and boys in the Middle Years (5–9) learn within a co-educational environment in gender specific classes. In Early Learning through to Year 4 and in Years 10–12, students learn in a fully co-educational environment. In addition to our Mentone Campus, our school also provides 17 hectares of lush playing fields at Keysborough and a beachside camp at Shoreham on the Peninsula.

Student services

As a school, our guiding purpose is to provide each new generation with a progressive education and the character and skills they need to rise to the demands of their time. Our unique learning philosophy is inspired by our journey towards our centenary year and our process of reflecting on Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.

We choose the very best in expert staff. A collaborative teaching culture is a strong feature of Mentone Grammar’s success. Detailed curriculum planning, well-researched teaching practices and excellent professional learning are all designed to enhance student learning.

In support of student learning, Mentone Grammar has developed its own Student Performance System to monitor and share student data and progress with parents and guardians (Years 5–12). This is an invaluable tool for tracking and collecting vital academic progress, over time. Individual student data is uploaded overnight so parents and guardians may access timely information via an Interactive Progress Chart. Student progress can also be viewed in reference to comparative data from across the State.





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