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Perth WA 6059

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School Tours

Prospective families interested in enrolling at St. Andrew’s Grammar are welcome to have a tour of our school, classrooms and facilities.

To arrange a personal tour, please contact our Enrolments Officer, Ms Nicki Cahill.


(08) 9376 5850

Application Forms

To apply, please complete and return the following form:

Application for Admission Form


For students with special needs, please complete and return the following form:

Supplementary Enrolment Form


Ralph Simmonds

Board Chair

Ralph was chosen as Chairperson of the School Board in January 2019. He succeeded Paul Savvas. Ralph is an Emeritus Professor of Law and was Foundation Dean of Law at Murdoch University. He taught law in Canada and Australia and served for a time as Chair of the Committee of Australian Law Deans. He retired as a justice of the Supreme Court of Western Australia in June 2016.

Ralph is strongly committed to a vibrant, academically rigorous and welcoming community at St Andrew’s and looks forward to helping to contribute to that goal.

Bill Allen

Deputy Board Chair

Bill is a Senior Lecturer in Education at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia, with a passionate interest in teaching and learning, assessment and school History in secondary schools. He has co-authored a book on classroom assessment principles and practice. As a secondary school History and Social Science teacher he taught in schools in England and in Australia. He has taught in co-educational, boys-only and girls-only schools. This is the fourth school board he has served on; previous ones were an Anglican school, an Islamic school and a Montessori school.

His Doctoral study was a policy analysis of senior secondary history curricula in Western Australia. He has  taught in Universities in Queensland and Western Australia and was a Visiting Scholar at George Mason University, in Virginia USA. He has also worked in developing secondary teachers and education leaders in Indonesia.

Savvas Papassavas

President of the Hellenic Community of WA

Savvas is the President of Hellenic community and a member of the School Board since 2015.  He was a coordinator of Greek Studies at the Notre Dame University from 2002 to 2017 and is currently a Greek language lecturer at TAFE and the Principal of Saturday Greek Community School.

Savvas was the Director of Education of Greek Orthodox Communities of WA and Hellenic Community of WA.  Savvas introduced Greek language classes in government schools and he has organised a lot of events to promote the Hellenics in WA.

Savvas was the president of the Cypriot Community of WA, Secretary General of Hellenic Community of WA, President, and Australian Institute for Macedonian Studies Incorporated in the WA and the President for the Society and Friends of the National Centre for Hellenic studies and Research, La Trobe University.

Antonios Koliadis

Consul of Greece

Antonios is the Consul of Greece in Perth since 2 October 2015. Antonios studied Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, General Linguistics, as well as International Studies in Athens, Vienna, Birmingham, Paris and Moscow. Prior to Perth Antonios was posted in the Embassies of Greece in Moscow and Berlin and has also served at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Greece in Athens. Antonios main preoccupation at the School Board is the promotion of the Modern Greek language at SAG.

Stan Kailis

Representative of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

Dimitrios Tsokos

Treasurer of the Hellenic Community of WA

Dimitrios (Jim) Tsokos has been a practising Accountant with CPA Status since 1982, holding a Bachelor of Business Degree.

Jim has been involved in schools since 1997, and has spent many years as a Business Manager, handling school finances and managing all non-teaching aspects of the school which includes grounds, maintenance, building developments, IT, Administration, Finances and overseeing other support staff. He looks to ensure the school has the opportunities to grow and develop.

Jim has been involved with St. Andrew’s Grammar since 1997 when his children were enrolled at the school.

He has held many positions at St. Andrew’s from being a Parent, Treasurer of the P&F, P&F Board Representative and finally being the Business Manager for the school, a position he held for nearly 10 years.

Jim is currently the Treasurer of The Hellenic Community of Western Australia Inc, a position he has held since 2016. He oversees all the financial responsibility of The Hellenic Community of WA Incorporated, St Andrews Grammar and The Hellenic Community Aged Care.

Jim has also been involved over the years with HACCI, has been on the church committee of Evangelismos and Treasurer of the Floreat Athena Juniors.

He strives to promote Hellenism, Our Culture and Our Greek Orthodox Faith

John Cristopoulos

President of the Parent and Friends Association

John is the current servicing President of the St Andrew’s Grammar Parents and Friends Association, having been elected in November 2017 to this position.  He works tirelessly to ensure the Parents and Friends Association strives to uphold the ethos of the school and to be an integral part of the wellbeing of the school community.  His commitment to the P&F Association and the school has added a significant positive aspect to the school community offering and ensures that all are welcome.  The outstanding contribution that the P&F Association has made to the children’s daily experience is a testament to John’s drive and passion for the school with the support of his diverse support team.

John comes with some 20 years’ experience in Commercial and Corporate Banking and is currently employed with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, after spending time with both the Nab and Westpac group also. John has 4 young boys who all attend St Andrew’s Grammar and have since their first day in kindergarten; the oldest of which is now in Year 8 of Secondary School.

Kia Skonis

Representative of the Parent & Friends Association

Kia is the mother of two energetic boys who have enjoyed and embraced the St Andrews Grammar School community since Kindergarten.  Kia is the Parent and Friends Association representative to the school Board and is strongly committed to seeing growth and lasting improvement at the school for her boys and all students, now and into the future.  During the day, Kia is a psychologist, educator, coach, facilitator, consultant and change agent.  Kia has worked in a variety of settings in the education, corporate and private sectors.  Her strengths lie with change management, system reform and leading and developing people and teams, at strategic and operational levels.  In her role as the Parent and Friends Association representative to the school Board, Kia works with other equally committed Board members to create a positive, engaging and inclusive school community that provides a range of opportunities, and supports every student to achieve excellence.

George Tsitiridis

Representative of the Hellenic Community of WA

George was born in Thessaloniki, Greece and relocated to Perth with his wife and 2 children in 2013.

He is a licensed builder and real estate agent with over 15 years experience in both industries. He’s currently working as a Projects Supervisor at Roads2000, a company that delivers projects to Main Roads and the local government. George is chairing the Grounds and Maintenance subcommittee at St. Andrews and is also the president of the Centre for Hellenic Studies P&F association and a board member of the CHC association.

George has great passion towards the Greek culture and traditions. One of his goals is to promote, encourage and instill the Greek ethos and values to our students and wider community and to live up to the School motto ‘Strive for Excellence’

John Zafiropoulos

Representative of the Hellenic Community of WA

John is a founding partner of Alliance Commercial WA, he currently holds a diploma in property and has over 20 years’ experience in Commercial negotiations. He is the founder and sole director of Zafco property group which has been developing property in Western Australia over the last 20 years for multinational retail groups. John is a first generation Greek and is passionate about upholding the values and growth of the school.

Craig Monaghan

School Principal

Craig Monaghan joins us from 2019 as our Principal,  with 29 years of teaching and 17 years of experience in educational leadership across the globe – New Zealand, Egypt, Portugal and China. Leading a number of highly successful prestigious schools as well as a number of schools requiring school improvement he has a wide array of experiences which will no doubt assist us with progressing this wonderful school further. He has had an array of curriculum leadership experience including International Baccalaureate; the National Curriculum of England and Wales (IGCSE and A­-Levels); International Primary Curriculum (IPC) and the American Middle States Curriculum. He has also been a Council of International Schools accreditor and a member of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) ­ a prestigious UK body of Heads from Eton, Harrow and King’s to name a few.

He has strong educational beliefs and drives what is best for the students always. He firmly believes in personalised instruction where it is the responsibility of every teacher to connect with and understand each child and to light a fire from within. Critical thinking and inquiry are cornerstones of our education. Knowledge is not there to be learnt instead it is there to be applied and used.  He believes that strategic and systematic planning is all-important to school improvement and firmly believes in the creation of a shared understanding of the school’s direction is integral to strategic improvements. Effective stakeholder communication is an important aspect in fostering buy­-in, ownership, engagement and support. He also strongly believes that it is important to set high expectations for staff and in doing so know the strengths of every staff member and to be objective in developing and promoting those with merit and in removing those who are ineffective. The small things matter to Mr. Monaghan such as exemplary uniform and manners.

We look forward to the school’s development being enhanced in the next 5-10 years under Mr. Monaghan’s leadership.