International Grammar School’s cosmopolitan, secular and co-educational learning environment from Preschool to Year 12 is a short walk from the University of Sydney, UTS and The University of Notre Dame.
Our campus provides an inner-city Early Learning Centre, Primary School and High School near the Sydney CBD.
The main, light-filled Reg St Leon Building was built in 1997 on the historical site of the Dalgety Wool Store in Kelly Street, Ultimo. It includes the Early Learning Centre, science labs, music rooms and recently completed Literarium and vibrant, two-storey IGS Bibliothèque, completed in 2020.
There is a large rooftop play area and basketball court, while nearby Wentworth Park and the Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre provide additional sporting venues.
The Wright Building, opened in 2000, houses IT facilities, the Centre for the Dramatic Arts, Imaginarium, Design Centre and a Peace Garden.
The iconic Kerrie Murphy Building houses the Centre for the Teaching and Learning of Languages, with its Rome, Paris and Tokyo rooms on Level 1 and the Beijing, Berlin and Madrid rooms on Level 2.
A contemporary Senior Annexe opened in 2005 in Mountain Street.
The Kerrie Murphy Building (KMB), adjacent to the Wright Building in Bay Street, opened in 2011. It houses a gym, a climbing wall, and the Global Learning Centre for the Teaching and Learning of Languages, opened in May 2019.
In 2015, IGS acquired property at 77 to 79 Bay Street for a senior art studio and administration and meeting spaces.
A Design Centre incorporating the Bauhaus, Vivienne Westwood and Hayao Miyazaki Rooms opened in 2017.
Our facilities include:
- Three refurbished science labs and a prep room
- Nine music rooms
- Two libraries
- Languages rooms
- Specialist computer space
- Senior computer centre
- Music technology room
- Drama and music performance space
- Design Centre
- Visual Arts studios
- Outdoor art terraces
- Rooftop garden
- Rooftop basketball court
- Peace Garden
- Two halls
- Modern gym with climbing wall