School facilities

Grant High School is located in picturesque and well-maintained grounds. Nestled within these beautiful surroundings, you’ll find a range of fantastic amenities, including a football oval, soccer and hockey pitch, and tennis courts. Immerse yourself in a vibrant learning environment where recently upgraded buildings and well-appointed facilities enhance your educational experience. Experience the perfect blend of modern infrastructure and natural beauty. Grant High School is recognised for its innovation, student agency, and academic excellence.

Prawulu building – capital works redevelopment

On Tuesday 9 March 2022, we celebrated the official opening of our new building, Prawulu. The name “Prawulu” signifies “middle” and refers to its geographical location in the school, in the Bunganditj language. The event was officiated by the Hon. John Gardner MP, Former Minister for Education. The building incorporates modern performing arts and music suites, complete with a recording studio, general learning areas, a new canteen, and a significant refurbishment of an original 1961 classroom into a Physics laboratory.

The construction of Prawulu was made possible through a $7 million investment by the state government’s Capital Works Program, associated with the transition of year 7 students to high school.

STEM Build

Officially opened in March 2019, the STEM Build brought new life into the existing 1960s Junior Floor, with modern glass-fronted learning areas, individual study booths, a makerspace, a student hub, breakout collaborative learning spaces and new staff offices. This build, which also saw upgraded art studios, special option classrooms, and a multi-media lab, offers limitless possibilities for learning and creativity.

Agricultural farm

Grant High School offers a comprehensive Agriculture program, with over 20 acres of grazing land on the eastern side of the school consisting of an established Simmental Cattle Stud and Poll Dorset Sheep Stud, extensive agricultural machinery and facilities.

The school is well positioned to offer Agriculture, with units embedded in the integrated science and HASS curriculum in years 7 and 8 and as a standalone subject in year 9 Agriculture Practical.

Agricultural Production and Agricultural Systems are offered at both Stage I and Stage II levels in conjunction with a 3-year Flexible Industry Pathways Primary Industries program (FIPPI) beginning at a year 10 level. The FIPPI incorporates industry immersion visits, the delivery of Employability Skills, Existing and Cutting Edge technologies, Stage I and II Integrated Learning and Workplace Practices units and relevant VET competencies, so students accumulate Stage I and II SACE credits undertaking the certificate course.

Independent Learning Centre (ILC)

2023 saw the inclusion of the Independent Learning Center (ILC) at Grant High School. The ILC is a learning environment for students, who for various reasons, require a flexible learning program. Although on a separate campus, we have been quick to adapt a whole school approach through building on the capacity of staff, students, parents and wider communities to create collaborations in providing outstanding educational options and outcomes for all our students.

Visit the Independent Learning Centre page to learn more.

Robe camp site – Kutjibi

Grant High School’s Robe Campsite is situated on the outskirts of the Robe township, immediately adjacent to the Little Dip Conservation Park.
The buildings are located on a 70-acre allotment, most of which is natural scrub land. The site is secluded, private and set well back from the main track. Sand hills and the Little Dip Conservation Park are nearby, providing adventure, scientific, geographical and geological activities for people of all ages. The property has a number of identifiable bushland environments and ecosystems. The spectacularly rugged coastline is within walking distance and provides an interesting range of significant geological coastal features.

The campsite is popular with schools, four-wheel drive groups, family groups, tertiary, social and sports groups. It sleeps 36 people in dormitory style accommodation, with grassed areas suitable for extra people to camp. There’s a well-resourced kitchen and hall/activity room, a large ablution block with gas-heated hot water and a generously covered outdoor BBQ area. The site is comfortable, well-maintained and managed, and reasonably priced for groups of all sizes.

Robe located in the Limestone Coast of South Australia famous for the Coonawarra and Mount Benson wine growing districts. It’s central to other Southern Ports including Kingston, Southend, and Beachport. The township of Robe is rich in history, fine dining and quality retail. Its moderate coastal climate makes visiting a pleasure in all seasons.

For information regarding the campsite as well as bookings, please contact Grant High School on (08) 8726 3100 and ask to speak with the Business Manager or email with your inquiry.