16 November 2017
One of St Mary’s most promising young artists, Year 12 Zoe Wells, has been honoured with second prize in the Year 11 to 12 category of the Black Swan Prize for Portraiture Youth Prize for her work entitled Compartmentalising. The works are currently on display at Brookfield Place.
National History winners Scarlett and Grace
7 November 2017
Year 4 students Grace McManis and Scarlett Jones liked learning about how Socrates challenged the world around him so much that they based their National History Challenge entry on him. And it paid off – because the girls were recently named as the state winners of the Challenge in the Years 1 to 4 category.
7 November 2017
St Mary's offers a variety of academic, boarding and music scholarships to students in Years 7 to 11. Scholarship applications for 2019 are now open. Registrations close on Friday 23 March, 2018 with Scholarship testing taking place on Saturday 7 April, 2018
26 October 2017
Congratulations to the girls who joined the Honour Society (for achieving average results of 70% or more in all their exams across Years 11 and 12); and the recipients of our Semester 2 Aspire Awards (students who achieved 70% or more in at least four Mock Examinations).          
19 October 2017
Congratulations to the 63 Year 11 girls who have been elected as St Mary's Prefects and Captains for 2018. In a gorgeous exchange, outgoing Head Girl, Ashleigh Glover, handed the honour of leading the school to Ruby Drake who was a popular announcement as Head Girl for 2018.
11 October 2017
Amazing creativity has earned Year 12 student Hayley Henheffer a place in the Wearable Art section of the Apex Teenage Fashion Awards national finals.
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.

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