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28 September 2018
Emily Bathgate left St Mary's in 2009 and embarked on a career in fashion which saw her work as a freelance fashion stylist and establish her own fashion label. In 2013, a family health journey led Emily down a different path.
26 June 2018
As the proverb goes, it takes a village to raise a child. We at St Mary’s are a part of the communal effort in the upbringing of each of our girls and we continue to support them long after they have left the ‘physical’ gates of St Mary’s.
27 April 2018
Our artists have done it again!
28 February 2018
They say "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life", this is definitely the case for Old Girl, Simone Marsh ('00). Simone's passion for preserving and creating environments that improve the quality of life led her to the development of her business, Stitch Landscape Architecture Studio.
28 February 2018
In thanks for the Class of 2014’s Class Gift to support a vine row at St Mary’s at Metricup, the St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School Foundation is delighted to offer each member of the Class of 2014 a complimentary bottle of the Frankie’s Folly Chardonnay.
19 December 2017
Congratulations to the Class of 2017 and welcome to the Old Girls' Association!
30 October 2017
Old Girls are fortunate to benefit from a number of scholarships to support them through their uni years. These awards have been made possible thanks to generous bequests (gifts made in a will) from Old Girls and donations from members of our community. This year eight scholarships and six bursaries were awarded to Old Girls.
7 October 2017
Small businesses are usually born out of the belief that one can do something better or differently. It was Old Girl, Janet Durrant's ('01) belief, that with her experience and ideas, property management could be done differently and this is how Top Shelf Asset Management was created.
9 September 2017
It was during the planning of her daughter's nursery that Old Girl, Emily Howe (Joseph '06), and her husband, Adam, discovered a huge hole in the WA market. They saw this as an opportunity to start producing quality, handcrafted nursery furniture and items and hence Howe and Zo. was formed.
29 August 2017
Mrs Thomson was delighted to invite all of the Head Girls, Senior Day Girls and Senior Boarders from her era back to school to join us for breakfast on Sunday 27 August in The Polson Room.