Mitre, Sarum, Hughes and Kilburn are the four original school houses and were all created in 1922, all significant for their own reasons. Term Dates. When the school started to grow a fifth senior school house, Breen was created in 1987. Originally the program ran for a duration of one month, but has since been extended to include days in Townsville, Paluma and Tully to study Indigenous culture. The Great Barrier Reef project involves year 10 students studying VCE Unit 2 biology in Far North Queensland, participating in a month of research on the Great Barrier Reef. Open Mornings. In 2001, St Michael's was the first school to stage a production at Melbourne’s Athenaeum Theatre with the performance of Les Misérables. Facilities. The school leadership teams in both the senior and junior schools in 2011 also raised money for relief for the Christchurch earthquake, Japanese tsunami and subsequent nuclear disaster and the bushfires in Victoria and Queensland. The deepened awareness of the presence of Jesus Christ in our lives is fundamental to life at Saint Michael School. Kindergarten, P-6 and 7-12 tour dates for 2021 will be updated shortly. Each house is led by two co-heads. They also founded schools in England, New Zealand and Canada. TODAY. The school was founded in 1895 by the Community of the Sisters of the Church and remains in its original location on a single campus. The junior school houses (Years K-6) are Moss, Woods, Marlton and Cintra. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page, where you can join the project and/or contribute to the discussion. St. Michael’s Catholic Grammar School Home; School. The St Michael’s Scholarship program encourages and recognises the diversity of our community. This is a challenging 20-day expedition where students travel (through various methods including snowshoeing, hiking, white-water rafting and canoeing) from Mount Kosciuszko to the coast of Victoria, camping along the way. Learn more about St Michael’s and connect with teachers and staff from across the School. A house contains students from Years 7 to 12. Each student from Year 7 to Year 11 experiences a minimum of five days of outdoor education each year, with the programs run by the Outdoor Education Group. Exodus for each year level is slightly more challenging than the last, and there is a different theme for each year level. Each year the school performs a large number of productions, including Years 10 to 12 senior musical; the Years 7 to 9 musical and play; Dance Project (a contemporary dance production); a student production; a house drama festival and three yearly senior productions (Year 6, Years 7-9, Years 10-12). The houses meet on a regular basis. With the arrival of headmaster Simon Gipson in the year 2000, the School administration adopted new approaches. The School’s land and buildings remain the property of the Community’s holding company, the Company of the Sisters of the Church. The challenge of the Saint Michael student is to live these teachings beyond our doors into the local and world community. The members of each house are led by co-house captains and co-vice-captains. Open Mornings. St Michael's was founded in 1895 by the Community of the Sisters of the Church and remains in its original location on a single campus. St Michael's Grammar School annual fees and charges. St Michael's Grammar School is part of WikiProject Anglicanism, an attempt to better organize information in articles related to Anglicanism and the Anglican Communion. St Michael's Grammar School Virtual Tour. This page was last edited on 12 October 2020, at 03:19.  The senior musical in 2011 was Parade. Thanks to our St Michael's community, we raised over $69,000 on our first Giving Day.  The 2010 senior musical, 13, was the Australian premiere of the musical and won the best production award at the Victorian Musical Theatre Guild awards (the fourth St Michael's musical to do so). The French exchange began in 1999 and takes place every two years, with Le Bon Sauveur in Paris. Principal. Learn more about St Michael’s and connect with teachers and staff from across the School. Discover our learning environments and facilities. The St Michael’s Scholarship program encourages and recognises the diversity of our community. In 1980, with the appointment of a new headmaster, Anthony Hewison, the decision was taken to admit boys to all levels of the school, thus making it fully coeducational, and to embark on modernising the school. Facilities.  The cinema continued to operate as usual, with films screening at nights and on weekends, while the building was often used by the school for assemblies and events on weekdays. Scholarships. St Michael's Grammar School annual fees and charges. The senior school houses (Years 7-12) are Mitre, Sarum, Hughes, Kilburn and Breen. Facilities. St Michael's Grammar School is an independent Anglican co-educational primary and secondary day school located in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda, Victoria, Australia.. The school is involved in social service, working to raise money for various charities. The return trip to Australia by the students of Le Bon Sauveur usually happens in July–August of the following year. Siblings slay them in the aisles', "AFLW No. introduction of a six-stage building plan (including the recently built "Sisters of the Church Learning Centre" and the new playing surface for the oval). Activities include daily snorkeling from St Michael's Orpheus Island Research Campus. Open Mornings. At St Michael’s, we have evolved our approach to teaching, learning and caring, building on our strengths as a Kindergarten to Year 12 (K–12) school situated on one campus in inner-city St Kilda. FIND OUT MORE. Take a student-led journey through the St Michael's campus. In St Michael’s College our pupils' educational, cultural, sporting and spiritual needs are met by a highly qualified and dedicated staff, including our Chaplain, Canon Macartan McQuaid.