Mentone Girls' Grammar School

Mentone Girls' Grammar School is an independent, Anglican day school for girls, located in Mentone, a bayside suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Established in 1899 as the Mentone High School for Girls', the school has a non-selective enrolment policy and currently caters for approximately 500 students, with girls enrolled in the Early Learning Centre (3 and 4 years of age), Kindergarten to Year 12.

Mentone Girls' Grammar is a member of Girls Sport Victoria (GSV), the Junior School Heads Association of Australia (JSHAA), the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA), the Association of Independent Schools of Victoria (AISV), and the Alliance of Girls' Schools Australasia.

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... Alumnae of Mentone Girls' Grammar School are known as Old Girls and may elect to join the schools alumni association, the Old Girls Club (OGC) ... Some notable Old Girls' include Dulcie Boling – Magazine editor and company director Annette Marie Sarah Kellermann – Swimmer, aquatic performer and film actress Jenny Kinder ...

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