Being a 'bush school' in a growing and dynamic area of Sydney, we have the best of both worlds; the semi-rural familiarity of a close community mixed with the sophistication of cosmopolitan Sydney. The 'Hills' community is a large and vibrant one; from the on-campus communities of students, staff and parents to the global one of former and future families and staff.
We also value our connections with the local business and shire community groups.
THGS School Council
The governing body of the School is The Hills Grammar School Council; a 'Board of Directors' comprising professionals with a wide range of expertise and experience.
Parents add to the life of the school through active membership of the Parents and Friends Association, Class Parent Network, and in various other roles such as mentors, guest speakers, sporting coaches and canteen helpers.
Past students are involved in a range of roles such as guest speakers, auctioneers, mentors, actors and of course as parents of the next generation of Hills Grammarians. TOHGA (The Old Hills Grammarian Association) is the online network of past students. Contact Liz Pellinkhof, Director of Marketing and Community Relations.
News and Publications
A forthnightly newsletter, The Pennant magazine and The Gallimaufry (our year book), are some of the publications that maintain close links between the School and its community.
Archives and Museum
THGS is part of a much larger community, and the School Archives and Museum play an important role in collecting and preserving the history of the School as part of the Hills District at large, and more specifically for its present and past families.
The Hills Grammar School attracts the highest quality staff who relish the opportunity to work in a highly professional, academically rigorous and collegial learning community.