Ivanhoe Grammar School has a rich heritage and a long history of excellence in educational outcomes for both boys and girls.
The Plenty Campus opened enrolments to girls in 1992, with Buckley House and The Ridgeway Campus soon following. Since then we have been a proudly co-educational school, creating environments that very much mirror life beyond school. Our students enjoy all of the benefits that a co-educational education brings, including acceptance of diversity, strong academic outcomes and collaboration between all students.
The transition to co-education has seen many changes to the School’s programs and practices. In our teaching methodology, our sporting and co-curricular program, our facilities and physical resources, we have ensured that the diverse range of experiences and opportunities that are inherent in an Ivanhoe Grammar School education are equally engaging, fulfilling and positive for boys and girls.