School Background

Casey Grammar School is a co-educational, ecumenical school governed by a Board and supported by a Consultative Committee.
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.

Our school logo is representative of the Christian heritage and foundation of the school. The small flames are a symbol of the Holy Spirit from the time of Pentecost, whilst the ‘Chrismon’ symbol is an ancient sign for Christ as the risen Lord; its origins dating back to Roman times. Our school motto, ‘One in the Spirit’ also featured on the logo reinforces the power of the Holy Spirit to unify our community and bring us together.

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.

Please click here to visit the VESS website.


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