School Background

Casey Grammar School is a co-educational, ecumenical school governed by a Board and supported by a Council.
Members of these two bodies include representatives from the Anglican, Uniting and Salvation Army Churches, parents, individuals with specific expertise, and the Principal. It is a registered company limited by guarantee.

The School was founded in 1994 by an interim committee which had the vision to provide a low fee Christian school striving for excellence in education, for the families of Cranbourne and surrounds.
It commenced with 57 students from Prep to Year 6 and in 1996 began Secondary classes. Enrolment now exceeds 800 students from Prep to Year 12.

The School is a founding member of the Victorian Ecumenical System of Schools (VESS) which comprises seventeen schools throughout Victoria. The school is also a member of Independent Schools Victoria.


I spent 13 years at Casey Grammar and graduated in 2013 so have seen the school grow considerably over the years.
The school has moulded me into who I am today by providing me with many experiences and life skills that I have taken into my university degree and will eventually take into the work force.
The school offers quality education with fun and committed staff members and I would not have chosen to complete my secondary schooling anywhere else.

Michael Kirpichnikov - Past Student