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Located in the heart of NSW's Central West, Orange Anglican Grammar School (OAGS) is a testament to comprehensive independent education. Though relatively young, our roots trace back to the esteemed Trinity Grammar, founded in 1924.

Originally housed in the well-preserved Blue Stone Building on Anson Street, Trinity Grammar provided education from 1924 to 1952, offering a foundation for students from Kindergarten to upper forms, preparing them for leaving certificates and vocational training. 

In January 2007, continuing on in the tradition of Trinity Grammar, Orange Anglican Grammar School began its journey in the Trinity Memorial Hall, adjacent to the original Grammar School. With just 5 students and one dedicated teacher, we started humbly, growing to 21 students by year's end. Since then, our enrolments, opportunities and reputation have steadily expanded, leading to our acquisition by The Anglican Schools Corporation in September 2013.

Today, OAGS is located at 7 Murphy Lane, nestled on a 10-hectare site on Orange's north-west fringe. This location has enabled the development of a modern campus equipped with state-of-the-art technology and environmentally conscious architecture, catering to the needs of 21st-century students.

OAGS stands for more than just a well-rounded education. Our Pastoral Care framework recognizes each student as a unique individual, emphasising social, emotional, and spiritual growth. Over the past 16 years, OAGS has achieved milestones such as the construction of purpose-built facilities like the Thrive Centre, Media Centre, and Hangar, and the introduction of innovative educational programs with highly qualified staff.

Amidst change and growth, OAGS remains rooted in Christian principles and a strong sense of community. Today, it stands as a beacon of education in the Central West, fostering a nurturing environment for students to flourish. As OAGS continues to evolve, it builds a heritage of graduates known for their grounded confidence and compassionate service to others.

The photo above and notice below appear in the Orange and District Illustrated History book of 1928. They provide insight into the Trinity Grammar School of 1928.