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Canberra Girls' Grammar School, DeakinCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Total student:1446 (boy:46, girl:1400)
Total staff:147
Student attendance:
ICSEA value:
1189, ranks No.5 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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High school rank:No.2 (2015), No.2 (2014), No.1 (2013), No.2 (2012), No.5 (2011), No.1 (2010), No.4 (2009)
Address:Melbourne Avenue, Deakin
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Canberra Girls’ Grammar School (CGGS) brings together highly qualified teachers and impressive resources and facilities in the nation’s capital to create a purposeful learning community. Students are enriched by the diversity of opportunity and a spiri... more
Student Assessment
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Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Alumnus - 07 Apr 2024, Rate: average
I feel like only the popular girls matter at this school. I mean obviously at any school the popular people stand out cause they’re loud, but it shouldn’t take over everyone’s school experiences. Everyone should matter equally.
It’s also very obvious that the white girls at the school matter more & are a more respected & trusted compared to girls of other backgrounds. Especially the ‘popular’ or ‘cool’ white girls.
I mean, there are girls of other backgrounds who are respected if they’re very loud, confident & are captains & leaders & things like that, but there’s still some sort of a vibe that there always needs to be a white girl in everything to make things legit. I guess it’s just the nature of a school in a small Aussie country town
By Alumnus - 22 Dec 2023, Rate: average
I’ll admit that obviously this is a good school for discipline & academics, considering that it’s an expensive private school, but personally I didn’t vibe with the girls there. Obviously there were some nice enough girls that I was able to temporarily get along with whilst I was there, but I knew I’d never speak to them again after high school. That’s exactly what happened.
I’m from Sydney & only went there for my last 2 years of high school, & I’ve noticed that the girls that have been there since kindergarten or preschool are a bit too attached to the school & never let go of their friends even years after high school.
They go to university & travel overseas but still don’t become close to anyone they met after high school. They continue to hang out with their high school friends & at most, maybe just other girls from other Canberran schools that they met at parties whilst they were in high school. They don’t seem to branch out very much.
By Student - 11 Jun 2023, Rate: average
Honestly my experience at this school was fine. The best part of the school was how the school taught about other cultures everything else was ok it could have been better and worse. The school also had a very strange standard on mental health, at first the school makes it seem like they really care about mental health. They constantly tell the students that mental health is something we should worry about and we can talk to people about it but they don’t actually try to help people with mental issues and often cause students depression and anxiety. A story I tell people a lot is how at the end of each year we have to take a survey that asked questions like how do you like the school, what was your favorite part of this school year and one question was what is something exceptional that you did this year and I responded that I don’t think that I did anything exceptional because I got mostly Cs and Bs that year and I wasn’t part of any clubs or anything else with the school a day after a submitted that I got pulled aside and told that I have depression and the school called my parents and told them that I need professional help for essentially for saying that I’m not amazing. Yet that same year they did nothing to help student who told the school that they need help. Most kids who where struggling with mental illness in my Year group at least where able to talk about it with other students and those people would consistently check up on each other which created a really good environment for the students with the other students.
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