Learning at IGGS
Individual journeys. Endless possibilities.
At Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School, you can rest assured you are giving your daughter every opportunity to realise her full potential.
She will be engaged and challenged by our rigorous academic curriculum.
Professional, dedicated teachers will foster her true potential through personalised learning in well-equipped and engaging learning environments.
She will discover her talents and abilities outside the classroom with our many co-curricular activities.
Her personal development will be nurtured through our comprehensive wellbeing program as she grows into a well-educated, kind, confident, community-minded young woman.
IGGS girls receive more attention in every class, every day.
Each girl has a Personalised Academic Action Plan tailored to her specific needs. Her progress is regularly monitored to ensure she is inspired and challenged. Extension and learning support programs are available to all students who need them.
With our three distinct, yet connected School precincts—Junior, Middle and Senior—our girls enjoy a sense of belonging in a strong, supportive School community.
Changes to the senior assessment and tertiary entrance system are being appropriately addressed as Queensland moves from the OP system to the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) system.
We know academic excellence and personalised care are important for the kind of education you want for your daughter and look forward to welcoming you into our School community.
We help our girls become happy, well-educated, considerate young women through the opportunities they have in Middle School to develop both academically and personally.
In the Senior Years, we aim to inspire, challenge and instill the confidence necessary to ensure your daughter is well equipped to thrive in her adult life.
Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School’s unique suite of Excellence Programs provides extraordinary opportunities for our girls to extend their knowledge and skills and inspire their creativity and curiosity beyond those found in standard school programs.