20 December 2019
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School, already delighted by our Class of 2019’s outstanding ATAR results, including a median ATAR of 91.15 (against a State average of 81) is now pleased to congratulate the recipients of the School Curriculum and Standards Authority 2019 Exhibitions and Awards. St Mary’s Girls achieved the following awards:
19 December 2019
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School is delighted to share the outstanding results of our Class of 2019, many of whom have achieved personal best results during the recent WACE examinations.
7 December 2019
Budding Year 10 entrepreneurs, Lucy and Poppy, have won the National Young ICT Explorers competition in Sydney, for pitching their already award-winning Bin It Right App.
27 November 2019
Two of our Year 12 media studies students, Catherine and Ebony, have been recognised for excelling in their studies at the Bond University Film and TV awards on the Gold Coast.
6 November 2019
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School’s innovative environmental sustainability programs have caught the attention of local and federal governments.  
5 November 2019
In a competition which recognises Australia’s brightest young historians, Year 10 student, Alice, was announced as the National 2019 Young Historian of The Year.
29 October 2019
Year 12 student, Tia, has been awarded the prestigious Bond University Vynka Hohnen Scholarship.
29 October 2019
Our Junior School girls have won both the Year 5 and Year 6 pennants at the JIGSSA Athletics Carnival, held at the WA Athletics Stadium on 29 October. This is the first year both our Senior School and Junior School have celebrated interschool athletics wins in the same year.
21 October 2019
Talented Year 12 Visual Art student, Catherine, was announced as the national winner of the Wearable Art section at the Apex Australia Teenage Fashion and Arts National Awards, which took place in Melbourne on 21 October.
16 October 2019
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School Year 10 student, Lucy, has been touted as a future MP, after winning the 2019 My First Speech competition. Lucy presented her (mock) ‘maiden speech’ in Parliament House yesterday and spoke passionately about using wellbeing to measure a country’s success as the way forward.