Some children decide as a toddler that they want to grow up to become a doctor or join the police. Others are still unsure when they leave high school.
At The Illawarra Grammar School (TIGS) students have a world of choice and are encouraged to develop their gifts and talents to the fullest potential. Former students have gone on to become pilots, film producers, missionaries, doctors, international gold medallists, and CEOs.
The Christian principles that form the foundation of all teaching and learning at TIGS see their students become rising leaders in the region who can and will make worthwhile contributions to the community.
Students are challenged academically, develop an awareness and concern for others, test the limits of their sporting abilities, develop their leadership skills and hone their talents in the arts.
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They aren’t limited to pursuing just one talent. This holistic approach to learning gives students endless options on completing their schooling.
From an early age, students embrace their adventurous spirit in the Piper Centre, a preparatory programme for 3-5-year olds.
TIGS Junior School, for students in Kindergarten to Year 6, is a nurturing environment where important milestones are reached and essential groundwork is laid for success in future learning.
In Senior School, students enjoy increased choice and independence. They develop important research skills, critical and creative thinking, communication, collaboration, and self-management.
Students in Year 11 and Year 12 are able to choose between two highly respected pathways of study: the HSC or the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme accepted by most universities around the world.
TIGS students are highly knowledgeable, understand and care about the world and on completion of their schooling are positioned to attend university and pursue careers either in Australia or abroad.
To discover the incredible opportunities available at TIGS, please call 4220 0200 or visit www.tigs.nsw.edu.au.