Building our Community – For the next 50 Years
Since our foundation in 1972, the generosity of the Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School community has ensured that our students are able to access an excellent education, supported by modern facilities and resources.
Our students today benefit from the generosity of past students, parents, families and friends who generously donated time, money and effort to build our School. From the clearing of land in our early days to the finalisation of the beautiful School Chapel, our School grounds have grown and developed as a result of donations from our community.
Many students who attend the School do so as a result of the generosity of families, who wish to provide others with the ability to benefit from the excellent educational opportunities available at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School. Donations to our Scholarship Fund enable us to support families who value education and learning, who would not otherwise be able to attend our School.
As we celebrate our 50 Year Anniversary, we are excited to launch our first online Giving Day. All members of our wide School Community are invited to come together and help make this a success day. This year, we are raising funds to support the Scholarship program. We are looking for many in our community to support this campaign and help us to grow the philanthropic footprint of our Community.
Mr Matthew O’Brien, Head of School, explains how our Giving Day will work. Donations can be online via our Giving Day page.
A gift for the future
The School has been the beneficiary of several bequests, and is grateful to these individuals who have committed to supporting our mission. If you are considering supporting Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School through a bequest, please contact our Marketing and Community Relations Manager to discuss your wishes, or obtain further information.