Since 1987, with the generous support of the school community, the Foundation has been able to support a huge range and variety of projects at St Mary's, from major capital development projects to sponsoring a music tour and the five yearly Bishop Riley Memorial Lecture. In addition, since 1996, the Foundation has provided  the Old Girls’ Association Life Membership fee for each Year 12 graduate.

We are grateful to everyone who has made a gift to support St Mary’s. Every gift makes a difference to the education we can offer our students. We are proud to acknowledge and honour our donors' generosity with plaques recording the names of those who have given placed around the school and scholarships and prizes named in the donor’s honour.

In 2012 St Mary's Anglican Girls' School Foundation celebrated its 25th anniversary and a history of the Foundation's work to date, 25 Years of Securing the Future of Our School, was published.

If you would like to support St Mary's and help us to ensure future generations of St Mary's students will benefit from outstanding facilities and educational opportunities, please visit the How to support St Mary's page.

Boarding House Extension

The Foundation supported the extension to Anne Symington House in 2014 to provide accommodation for an additional 20 boarders as well as a recreational space for arts, crafts and cooking and a new classroom.

St Mary's at Metricup Camping Ground

In 2012 the camping ground was transformed with the installation of 20 canvas eco etents, providing accommodation for 80 students and 8 staff, a large communal eco tent for group activities, outdoor cooking facilities and a new ameneties block.

St Mary's at Metricup Camping Ground

Sir Thomas Wardle Swimming Pool Complex

In 2011, the Foundation contributed to the refurbishment of the Swimming Pool Complex. the 50m pool, diving and paddling pools, orginally built with a donation from Sir Thomas Wardle in 1969, were remodelled and installed with solar heating.

Sir Thomas Wardle Swimming Pool Complex

St Mary's at Metricup: The Lady Treatt Centre for Learning and Leadership

St Mary's at Metricup, the school's outdoor education facility,  was built and developed with $6.2 million of funding from the Foundation and donations of $2.5 million from our school community. The Centre was opened in 2008 and is named after Old Girl Lady Treatt (Frankie Wilson '32) who was the major benefactor. St Mary's is the first all girls' school in Western Australia to develop an outdoor education facility of this kind.


St Mary's at Metricup

Junior School Refurbishment and Additions

In 2006 the Foundation supported the refurbishment of classrooms and new additions of a the Pre-Primary Centre, Art Room and Margaret Field Hall. Twelve years earlier, donations from parents and Old Girls had helped St Mary's to move the Junior School into separate buildings.

Junior School

The Lady Wardle Performing Arts Centre

The Foundation's first major capital development funding of $1 million was made in 1999. Together with a significant donation from Sir Thomas and Lady Wardle and gifts from the schoool community, the school's long held ambition to build a Performing Arts Centre was finally realised. Since then the Centre has hosted a wonderful array of school events, including plays, concerts, debates, dance, assemblies and lectures.

The Audrey Jackson Learning Technologies Centre

With the explosion of technology in the 1990s the need to expand the school's IT facilities became essential. With the generous support of donors and the Foundation, the school built and equipped a new Information Centre.

The Audrey Jackson Learning Technologies Centre