Pulteney Grammar School is an Anglican School educating girls and boys in the city of Adelaide. It offers a complete education from Early Learning Centre to Year 12 and continues over 160 years of excellence and tradition with a modern and progressive outlook.
The School’s total energy and resources are directed toward the quality of teaching and learning, and the quality of relationships among students, staff, parents and the community.
The current Principal of Pulteney Grammar School is Dr Eddie Groughan.
The curriculum from Reception to Year 12 is organised into nine distinct disciplines: English, Mathematics, Science, Society and Environment, Languages other than English, the Arts, Technology, Health and Physical Education, Religion and Values Education.
These disciplines correspond with the National Curriculum and represent the most complete and coherent modes of understanding the world in which students live. This structure facilitates the development of critical, creative and ethical intelligence.
Students in the senior years focus on academic studies in preparation for entrance to university. Most students enter university courses of their first preference.
Pulteney's bridge to the South Parklands connects students to unrivalled sporting facilities - five ovals, twelve tennis courts, a full sized synthetic hockey pitch, basketball and netball courts, all set amongst 18 hectares of green sporting and recreational space. a gymnasium on campus, and boat sheds on the Torrens and West Lakes extend the range of facilities available to every student.
With the city to the immediate north and the parklands opposite, Pulteney is uniquely placed to enrich the lives of students by developing their sporting abilities, recreational interests and sense of physical well-being.