Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie)
About Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie)
Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie) is an independent, Anglican, day and boarding school for boys, located in East Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Its traditions date to 1912 when William Perry French Morris founded the school at Toowong, before relocating to the present site in 1918.
Churchie is pursuing authorisation as an IB World School. Once authorised, two IB programmes will be available to students: The Primary Years Programme for children aged 3-12 and the Diploma Programme for those aged 16-19. Through these curriculums and teaching/learning framework and approaches, the school will teach in accordance with the mandated Australian Curriculum and Queensland Studies Authority syllabuses where applicable.
Churchie invests extensively in attracting, developing and retaining the highest quality of teaching staff, attracted from national and international education settings. The School has an extensive programme to grow and develop staff professionally, believing that lifelong learning should be modelled and that Churchie is a learning community.
The school offers a variety of learning experiences in local, national and international settings through co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
Dr Alan Campbell
Values and vision
The founding tenets of the school are scholastic attainment, spiritual awareness, personal growth and service and its values, centred upon the Christian faith, are expressed through the development of concern for, and service to, others and mutual respect for all.
The learning values of Churchie include discipline, diligence and determination, while behavioural values centre on, among others, humility, integrity, honesty and loyalty.
The school celebrates achievement, character, creativity, improvement and effort across all academic, sporting, cultural and service pursuits.