12 September 2017
Record-breaking swims and huge medal hauls at the Swimming WA State Open and Age Short Course Championships have earned St Mary’s Anglican Girls School duo, Tahlia Thornton and Emma Bond, a trip to Canberra.
7 September 2017
More than 100 Year 9 and 10 female students yesterday learnt about some of the exciting career opportunities available to them in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects at an event held at The University of Western Australia.
4 September 2017
A demonstrated, strong commitment to the improvement of indigenous communities was the basis of Michaela Savage’s application for a prestigious UWA Fogarty Scholarship. The Year 12 student, one of only 10 recipients of the 2018 Scholarship, plans to undertake studies in urban design and regional planning.
25 August 2017
The originality and creativity of some young St Mary’s storytellers has been rewarded in the Childrens’ Book Council 2017 Make Your Own Storybook Competition. Year 7 student Tayla Hancock won the Year 7 to 8 Story Book category for her book, Tyrone’s Pacific Adventure.
18 August 2017
Year 12 student Maddy Barrett didn’t have to look far when asked to talk about an inspirational woman as part of her Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs Award finalist speech (YWPA).
10 August 2017
Six records were broken and Wardle House won the Athletics Cup at last week’s Senior School Interhouse Athletics Carnival.
10 August 2017
Life balance was the key to the address given to our Senior School students at this week’s Mid-Year Academic Awards Assembly. Old Girl Julia DeLorenzo (‘15), who is studying a Bachelor of Philosophy (Hons) at UWA, majoring in Political Science and International Relations, and German, was the guest speaker at the award ceremony.
4 August 2017
Pierre de Coubertin was the Founder of the modern Olympics and was convinced of the importance of sport in the development of the individual.  He believed in the qualities of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play which embody the Olympic values.
28 July 2017
Creativity has been flowing at St Mary’s recently, and the talent has been recognised with some major awards. Year 12 students Michaela Savage and Danielle Strahan placed first in their categories at the prestigious St George’s Art 2017 awards and had their works on display at the event exhibition at St George's Cathedral.
25 July 2017
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School young leaders of tomorrow were given a unique opportunity to air their concerns about global issues to an interested group of engaged young influencers.

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