Hurstville Boys Campus

Georges River College

Telephone02 9587 3199

Emailhurstvillb-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

About our school

Georges River College (GRC) Hurstville Boys Campus is a vibrant educational setting focussed on innovatively meeting the learning needs of young men in Years 7-10 inclusive. It is focussed on delivering a quality education to all students and strives for excellence in teaching and learning. With an enrolment of 271 students and over 85% from non-English speaking background, GRC Hurstville Boys Campus works collaboratively with the other campuses making up GRC: Penshurst Girls, Peakhurst and Oatley Senior Campuses.

Hurstville Boys Campus prioritises Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL), ensuring the values of respect, responsibility and excellence underpin all school activities. A broad range of co-curricular programs integrate with classroom learning to strengthen student engagement in the classroom and beyond. The school proudly differentiates the curriculum to best meet the educational needs of all students, including high potential and gifted students and those with diverse learning needs. The Support Unit at Hurstville Boys Campus includes three classes for students identified as having autism spectrum disorder, as well as an AU/IO class. The Support Unit is an integrated and highly valued part of the school community.

The school has a dedicated, professional staff who prioritise the inseparable goals of academic rigour and wellbeing to effectively inform evidence-based pedagogical practice. Professional learning is at the centre of continually strengthening teacher practice and collective efficacy, based on mutual trust is evident across the campus.

GRC Hurstville Boys Campus will become co-educational, starting with Years 7 and 8 from 2025, and including Years 9 and 10 from 2026. 

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