Mooroolbark Grammar is accredited to deliver the Australian Curriculum and the program runs across Prep and Year 6.


During primary school, there is a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy, as well as specialist and enrichment programs. We utilise a range of educational programs within our school to ensure we deliver a curriculum that actively engages children in investigations, play and explicit teaching.


As students move through primary school at MG they are taught and encouraged to take on more leadership roles. Our leadership programs focus on developing the organisational skills, communication skills, responsibility for themselves and others, collaboration, debating and public speaking.

Applied Scholastics International, founded by educators 50 years ago, provides materials and training that places the tools of learning and teaching in the hands of students and teachers. These tools assist the student’s ability to understand and apply what is being studied in the classroom.

The basic fact is that students fail to learn because no one actually taught them how to learn — that is, how to identify the barriers to learning and how to successfully overcome those barriers.

What are these barriers to learning? The answer is found in Study Technology. Developed by American author and educator L. Ron Hubbard, Study Technology is not just another method of study. It allows a student to learn any subject successfully, empowering them to achieve the goals they have set in life for what they want to be and what they want to do.

Study Technology consists of tools and techniques that teachers also use to improve the learning rates of students. These same tools and techniques can be used by students themselves to improve their ability to understand and to use the materials they read and study. And it remains vital for continued learning as one leaves school and faces the challenges of life.

This breakthrough methodology, Study Technology, is learned by all Mooroolbark Grammar students and is a cornerstone of the school’s successful approach to education.

As Mr Hubbard stated, “Today’s children will become tomorrow’s civilization.”

Our attention to personalising learning for every student at Mooroolbark Grammar. Our dedication to helping learners reach their individuals targeted goals.

Our teachers take the time to get to know your child and create and personal education plan that strengths their native learning abilities and gives them confidence that they can learn and achieve anything.

Our admissions process is all about where you are heading rather than your learning journey thus far. We are dedicated to providing personalised learning experiences in our school that ignites a fire within our students of curiosity and wonder.  

The most important things we’re looking for when accepting new students are:

–       Students who are ready for a challenge

–       Students willing to become independent learners who can see the benefit of putting ideas into action

–       Students interested in becoming responsible, effective leaders

–       Students who value honesty in themselves and others and are able to treat others with respect–regardless of gender, sexual preference, race or religion

Once a student has completed the admissions steps the Admissions officer will meet and discuss the application. Once a decision has been made a letter will be sent in the mail and the admissions associate working with the family will contact the family regarding the next enrolment steps.

Yes. Please contact our Admissions person.

Yes, at Mooroolbark Grammar we are very proud of our uniform and feel it provides a sense of belonging and identity to our students.

Mooroolbark Grammar School is a independent, non-religious, P-6 Junior School, welcoming students, families and staff of all faiths.

We welcome and encourage diversity of all kinds in our school community (we embrace free and open inquiry and the diverse perspectives of people of different backgrounds, religions and cultures). As a result, there are staff and students at Mooroolbark Grammar who are members of many faiths, including Christianity, Hinduism, Scientology, Islam,
Catholicism and Buddhism.

Our classroom sizes are the key to our success in delivering a personalised learning curriculum, we limit each class to 16 students.

Mooroolbark Grammar has a fleet of three buses and offers private bus service covering various Melbourne suburbs to Mooroolbark.

Montessori Early Learning Centre

Mooroolbark Grammar (Prep - Year 6)