Life at Carey

Together we are one – inspired by and dedicated to our shared responsibility for shaping the citizens of tomorrow.

Meet our community
Meet our community

Jonathan Walter

Principal

Jonathan Walter
Jonathan's Carey Story

Atticus

Junior Student

Atticus
Atticus's Carey Story

Shirley Lam

Parent and Alum (1994)

Shirley Lam
Shirley's Carey Story

Francesca Olhert

Educator

Francesca Olhert
Francesca's Carey Story

Georgia

Senior Student

Georgia
Georgia's Carey Story

Rowan Downing KC

Alum (1970)

Rowan Downing KC
Rowan's Carey Story

At Carey Baptist Grammar School, the learning journey extends 
far beyond the classroom. We are committed to developing 
well-rounded, independent young people with real-world 
experiences, strong relationships and the skills they need to thrive.

At Carey, we are committed to:

Wellbeing

We have a balanced approach

Student wellbeing is at the heart of everything we do at Carey. We believe this is maintained through balancing core learning with personal development and support.

Wellbeing is fully integrated into the learning journey, including active pastoral care, easily accessible student development support and a team of qualified mental health professionals available for students.

Our educational philosophy

Co-curricular opportunities

We offer a broad range of experiences

Learning takes place outside the classroom as well. Students gain skills in leadership on Outdoor Education experiences, teamwork through their weekly sport or music ensembles, and empathy through community service.

Providing real-world learning opportunities is necessary for developing well-rounded young people.

Learn about co-curricular

Inclusivity

We embrace individuality and diversity

We are a proudly inclusive community. Enabled and driven by co-education, we respect, celebrate and nurture individual, cultural and societal diversity.

We recognise that individuals are unique and positively acknowledge and affirm the oneness and equality of humankind in all its dimensions.

Our vision and values

Connection

We are an engaged community

Carey and its community are inseparably linked. All students benefit from the breadth of opportunities offered by our large, connected and supportive community, and the relationships they develop with teachers, peers and alumni.

Our community bands together in times of need and times of celebration, providing a deep sense of belonging, understanding and wellbeing.

Meet our community

Looking forward

We are educating for our students’ futures

Our world is constantly changing, and it is our responsibility to ensure our students are prepared for their journeys beyond school armed with creativity, a positive mindset, and the knowledge and skills they will need to thrive.

Our students are able to develop their strengths and follow their passions to make a meaningful impact on the world.

Your future at Carey
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Term dates

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Term dates

International Women's Day 2024

Venue:

The Ian Woolf Auditorium (IWA),349 Barkers Rd, Kew VIC 3101, Australia

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Middle School Enrolment
Carey is an open-entry, inclusive and diverse co-educational school. We invite you to apply to enrol at Year 7.
Middle School Enrolment
Middle School Enrolment
Ways to get involved

As a parent, friend or alum, you 
are a member of our close-knit 
Carey community.

There are many ways you can become actively involved in shaping the leaders of tomorrow, pursuing your own passions or developing connections with the rest of our community.

LATEST NEWS
Announcing our 2023 Carey Medallist: Hugh van Cuylenburg (1998)
Announcing our 2023 Carey Medallist: Hugh van Cuylenburg (1998)
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