Welcome to Camberwell Girls Grammar School, Melbourne’s best kept secret.
It’s hard to convey the excitement of an education at CGGS. From the very moment you step inside our gates, you’ll understand what I mean. There’s truly something special about our school. I am struck daily by its powerful energy and I’m certain, that you too, will feel it.
At CGGS every girl is welcome and every girl belongs. We get great joy from celebrating the uniqueness of every student. Our girls are grounded and unpretentious but nonetheless, fiercely ambitious.
CGGS students not only enjoy equal opportunity, they enjoy every opportunity and they participate fully in an environment where there are no boundaries. Our students truly care about each other and the things that matter in life.
At CGGS, education is designed for every girl because quite simply, we are every girl.
CGGS students wholeheartedly explore their passions and interests and together, they create a unique and vibrant environment.
I look forward to welcoming you to CGGS and showing you what I believe to be, Melbourne’s best kept secret.
We're proud of our diverse & inclusive community.
A dedicated educator with more than 36 years experience in independent schools, Debbie Dunwoody became the seventh Principal of Camberwell Girls Grammar School in 2014.
She is a strong believer that a quality education truly prepares young people for their future. An advocate for gender equality, Debbie is focused on developing courageous learners and fostering compassionate leaders who are prepared to be catalysts for change, and who are dedicated to building a more just and sustainable world.
Debbie’s vision is to ensure that CGGS students develop an entrepreneurial mindset and feel confident in themselves as learners and as creative problem solvers. She is passionate about ensuring excellence in a holistic education and of great importance to her, is that all CGGS graduates know themselves to be more than their ATAR score.
Debbie highly values the cultural diversity of our Australian community and has a strong commitment to understanding and appreciating our indigenous culture and history.