Best Environment for Your Girls; Ipswich Girls' Grammar Gives Boarders a Top Place to Learn

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Best Environment for Your Girls; Ipswich Girls' Grammar Gives Boarders a Top Place to Learn


IPSWICH Girls' Grammar School provides a wonderful boarding environment for girls in Years 7 to 12. It's friendly and secure, a place where every girl can feel at home and feel like she belongs.

The caring staff, comprehensive curriculum and dedicated resources help students achieve their individual best, as well as distinguished results in state-wide, national and international competitions. Almost 100 per cent of IGGS graduates are accepted into the tertiary institutions of their choice each year.

With smaller classes students benefit greatly from more personalised student-teacher interaction and stimulating life skills programs. The school's approach to pastoral care helps to build the confidence, resilience and support networks adolescent girls need at each stage of their development.

The girls also enjoy the very best educational facilities including new state-of-the-art classrooms and cutting edge technologies commissioned in the school's recent $22 million expansion.

In independent testing IGGS students consistently achieve results well above state and national averages and each year almost 100 per cent of our girls are accepted into the Queensland and interstate universities and other tertiary institutions of their choice.

We understand girls needs change as they grow up. That's why qualified, caring teachers and counsellors, nutritionist, registered nurses and experienced boarding supervisors lead by our Head of Boarding Diane Kerr are involved in the care and responsibility of our boarders. …

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