About AGSV

Established in 1920, the Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria (AGSV) is well established as one of the leading school sporting associations in Victoria. The AGSV takes pride in continuing to promote a strong sporting culture within its nine member schools, with almost 10,000 students competing in AGSV weekly sporting competitions and carnivals on offer each year.

Governance
The AGSV is an Incorporated Association which is governed by a Board consisting of the Heads / Principals of each member school. The current Chair of the Board is Mr Larkin, Principal of Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School.

Each school is also represented on the AGSV Sport Coordinators Committee which meets five times a year to oversee and review the sporting program. The current Honorary Chair of this Committee is Mr Rohan Brown (Trinity) and the Executive Officer is Mr Troy Rowe. 

Arrangements for the AGSV / APS Girls Sport program are determined by a Committee of Delegates and Sport Coordinators from the twelve co-educational schools in the two Associations. The postion of Chairman alternates on a yearly basis between the two Associations. Mr Troy Rowe (AGSV Executive Officer) and 
Mr Luke Soulos (APS Executive Officer) jointly implement the girls sport program.