The Fideliter is our biannual magazine, which showcases special events and happenings within the School community. The name of the magazine is taken from the School’s motto, fideliter, meaning faithfully. The magazine is distributed to current, enrolled and future St Mary’s families and Old Girls. Please find below a list of current and past editions.
To receive a copy of the latest Fideliter or to change to a digital subscription, please contact us:
FIDELITER SUBSCRIPTION UPDATE
A Place to Grow
One hundred years in the making, this beautiful coffee table book, written by renowned historian and author, Richard Offen, is filled with stunning images and captivating tales about St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School.
Thanks to You
Our donors play an important part in the life of St Mary’s and their collective giving and support enrich the educational experience we can offer students.
We invite you to browse the pages of our annual donor newsletter Thanks to You to find out how donations are making a real difference.
- St Mary’s Thanks To You Donor Report 2019
- St Mary’s Thanks To You Donor Report 2020
- St Mary’s Thanks to You Donor Report 2021
For more information about how you can make a lasting difference through giving, please contact Acting Director of Philanthropy, Sarah Woods, on (08) 9341 9120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The West Perth Belle
Our annual West Perth Belle newsletter is for Old Girls who attended St Mary’s in Colin Street, West Perth and were important in shaping the history and culture of our school today.
St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School Heritage Trail
St Mary’s Heritage Trail – The steps which other feet have trod, you tread today charts the history and development of the School’s buildings at Karrinyup. It was launched on the School’s 90th birthday in 2011.
A third edition was published to mark the School’s Centenary in 2021. Old Girls are invited to obtain a free copy by emailing us.
School Performance Information Measures
Please click on the links below for St Mary’s School Performance Information Measures Reports: