Headmaster Central Coast Grammar School
Established in February 1985 with a staff of 19 and a student cohort of 165, Central Coast Grammar School (CCGS) has come a long way in its 32 years.
Today CCGS is a leading independent school with a staff of 150, a student population of 1,250, and an active parent community.
Headmaster Mr Bill Low’s appointment to CCGS in 2009 heralded his first foray into the independent sector.
Moving to the Central Coast with his wife and two daughters in the early 1990s, Low arrived at a time when the region was fighting for its identity and academic achievement levels were depressed.
This story shares Mr Low’s career journey and explains why there is an undeniable connection between education and a thriving, vibrant community and economy.