Trinity Grammar School, Kew and Ruyton Girls’ School share many classes at Years 11 and 12. This allows students from both schools to have greater flexibility in their VCE subject choice, while providing a co-educational learning environment at an age when teenagers have the maturity and self-confidence to gain maximum benefit. Most boys in Years 11 and 12 will attend at least one co-educational class at either Trinity or Ruyton.
Ruyton is about 500 metres from Trinity and both schools work closely to ensure a cohesive timetable.
The two schools also combine for other co-curricular activities such as drama, music, dancing classes and friendly sporting games. While the schools remain independent, the combined classes provide a wonderful learning environment.