Historical information

Grenville College was founded in 1855 by W. Stellard as Ballarat Grammar School. The school was amalgamated by Mr Victor are Ballarat Grammar School in 1867 as the Ballarat Collegiate and Grammar School. Its name was changed to Grenville College in 1869.
In 1908 Grenville College was situated in Mair Street, Ballarat, and the Principal was A.A. Buley.
Pupils were educated for either commercial life or for the University. Those who intended to matriculate were advised to take the following subjects: - English, History, and Geography; Arithmetic, Algebra, Euclid, and Trigonometry; and either French and German, or Latin and Greek.

Physical description

Fourteen page soft covered Annual Roport, Honor List and Prospectus