Thank you to everyone who supported our inaugural Giving Day to give deserving girls the gift of a St Mary’s education. Your generosity will make a difference through the needs-based Annual Giving Scholarships.
17 April 2019
Over the past seven years St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School and Christ Church Grammar School have travelled to Cambodia to work in the Cambodian Children’s Fund (CCF) schools on the rubbish dump of Phnom Penh.
3 April 2019
Congratulations to St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School students Poppy, Sophia, Hannah, Ella, Kristin and Alison on winning the 2019 Sunsmart Metro Schools Classic Girls Academy Plate.
31 December 2018
St Mary's welcomes Mrs Judith Tudball, who commences as our tenth Principal in January 2019, after a comprehensive handover with retiring Principal, Mrs Lynne Thomson.
21 December 2018
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School, already thrilled with the ATAR results of our class of 2018, would now like to congratulate our School Curriculum and Standards Authority EXHIBITION AND AWARD WINNERS for 2018. Released today, Friday 21 December 2018, our girls have achieved a total of 116 awards:
17 December 2018
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School is thrilled with the achievements of the Class of 2018 and would like to congratulate our girls and acknowledge their strong results in the recent WACE examinations. We commend them all for the ongoing and considerable contributions they have made to the school community during their time at St Mary’s.
24 August 2018
With more than 40% of our graduates studying a science-related tertiary course, St Mary’s is continuing to lead the way in supporting our girls to foster their interest in science-related industries with events such as our STEM Career Speed Networking.
10 August 2018
Fifty-five Year 11 and 12 girls have been involved in the Leukemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave and ‘Ponytail Chop’, raising over $27,000 for those suffering from blood cancer.
7 August 2018
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School has held its fourth annual STEAMing Ahead Challenge for girls in Years 1 to 6, increasing the awareness and presence of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths over three days.