Acknowledgement of Country
Knox Grammar School acknowledges that the land on which we learn, play and work is situated on the traditional lands of the Guringai People of the Eora Nation.
We acknowledge these traditional owners of this land and acknowledge their living cultures and the unique roles they have played in maintaining life, language and culture in this region.
We pay respect to their Elders past and present and emerging and all Aboriginal people.
Located in Wahroonga on Sydney’s North Shore, Knox Grammar School is a leading independent Uniting Church school. Knox Grammar School was founded in 1924
Knox Grammar School seeks to be an exemplary School, developing, within a caring Christian environment, students of Faith, Wisdom, Integrity, Compassion and Courage, with a sure knowledge of who they are and how they should live.
- Individual academic support through quality teaching
- A world-class positive psychology and mentoring program
- Uniting Church faith and leadership
- State-of-the-art facilities and resources
- Innovation and technology in all aspects of school life
- Outstanding sports, musical, drama, visual arts, outdoors and recreational opportunities
We are committed to being a leading school; highly respected globally for innovation, altruism and a commitment to student and teacher excellence and wellbeing.
The dynamic Knox Prep School provides boys from Kindergarten to Year 6 with the foundations for a life-long love of learning. The unofficial motto of the Prep is ‘have a go’.
Wahroonga Preparatory School is our vibrant co-educational campus for girls and boys. The School’s small class sizes and dedicated, innovative teachers, help our girls and boys develop core academic skills, providing a firm foundation for secondary school.
Knox Senior School
The Senior School is an energetic and engaging place where boys are transformed into mature young men who are equipped for life beyond school. Our Senior School is made up of three stage based academies – Junior (Years 7–8), Middle (Years 9–10) and Senior (Years 11–12).