Our greatest satisfaction comes from seeing truly good women walk through the gates at the end of their senior school days. Whether this be a group from the 1930s, 60s, 90s or 21st Century, nearly 9,000 women have taken this journey and we are proud of each and every one of them.
Established in 1920, the School opened with eight pupils and was located in the St Mark’s Church Hall in Camberwell, where it flourished until 1927. It then moved to its present site in Canterbury and the School has thrived ever since.
Recognised as one of Australia’s leading girls schools, we provide a well-rounded secondary education that nurtures and guides students through the complexities of life with understanding, tolerance and infinite patience.
We achieve academic excellence through innovative teaching practice, a strong work ethic and our unique culture. Our six year average median ATAR score is 92.4.