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.
27 June 2018
On Friday 22 June, Year 10 students at St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School opened Year 10 Week by attending their first Career Conference, introducing them to industry professionals and local universities.
25 May 2018
The annual St Mary’s Music Night was held on Thursday 17 May in the Lady Wardle Performing Arts Centre. The focus of this year’s concert was the ‘Colours of St Mary’s’, where we celebrated the intrinsic relationship between music and art.
16 May 2018
This term, the St Mary’s community has been brought together by a new student initiative, St Mary’s Motivational Cards. Last year, Madison Bailey, Keely Morphett and Holly Reid attended LEAP Week at UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California. The leadership conference brought young people together for an intensive leadership training programme.
8 May 2018
On Tuesday 1 May, the St Mary’s Auxiliary hosted their annual Australia's Biggest Morning Tea for the Cancer Council of Western Australia. The morning was a tremendous success, raising over $1600 to help those impacted by cancer, through the Cancer Council’s world-class research funding programme, prevention programmes and support services.
26 March 2018
On Tuesday 20 March, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, hosted an exclusive Women in STEM Day for Year 10 St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School students, integrating Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) into solving real-world problems.
19 March 2018
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School students in Kindergarten to Year 6 have come together as a community to participate in a number of activities, promoting healthy well-being, with the underlying theme of grit and resilience.
6 March 2018
St Mary's Anglican Girls' School student, Phoebe Blaxill, has been selected to represent Australia at the 2018 International Geography Olympiad (iGeo) in Quebec City, Canada.