The Mentonians

Anthony ‘Tony’ Collins, a Mount Eliza resident as a schoolboy, joined Mentone Grammar in 1958 and quickly established himself both academically and on the sporting field.

We are thrilled to announce that Mentonian Connor Bourke (Class of 2015) has emerged as the winner of the prestigious 'Your Shot' DJ competition 2023!

Meet Mentonian Thomas Watson (Class of 2014), a special effects technician for film and TV.

A cast of over 200 students, staff and Mentonians delighted the packed Palais Theatre on 14 June 2023.

We were pleased to have Andreas (Andrew) Andrikopoulos (1985) come back to visit and tour the School.

Lottie is researching communication skills in children with genetic conditions who have severe communication impairments. Her research will also improve our understanding of three rare genetic conditions; Kleefstra Syndrome, Batten Disease and Angelman Syndrome.

Bruce Tonkin took some time to recall the Mentone Grammar Tour of Singapore and Malaysia in 1974.

One thing Frank ‘Smudger” Smith was not was an enigma. Once you met Smudger you were “Mate”, no further questions asked.

When Phil Kent (1948) arrived at MGS in 1947, he was immediately struck by the esoteric and microscopic nature of the place.