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Congratulations to our IB Students on their outstandinbg results!

Of the 37 students who completed the IB:

6 girls achieved a perfect 45 and a notional ATAR of 99.95


Congratulations to PLC’s Class of 2020 on their phenomenal VCE results achieved during such a tumultuous year!

We are so proud of each and every one of them. 

Of the 125 students who completed the VCE:


Congratulations to our Year 9 Drum Corps who placed THIRD in the Southern Hemisphere Online Championships - Drum Fanfare Event.

Amazingly, it was the girls’ very first competition and they were the top placed band from Victoria in their section.


They've done it AGAIN!

Our girls have won the Australian Girls' Team Chess Championship for a historic 5th year in a row!

Over two hard-fought, intensely nerve-racking days, they took on the very best from 5 other states, playing 20 games and dropping only 2.

It is a well-deserved outcome for the entire team and especially for Jody in her final year competing for PLC.

A HUGE congratulations to the girls, their coaches, parents and supporters and to Mr Mansell for helping make PLC the number one girls' school in Australian chess again!


Having one student win a National award in any field of endeavour is quite amazing. But to have three girls win and for them to only be in Year 7 is an incredibly rare and outstanding achievement!

Congratulations to Akshaya, Jessica and Ayla for being crowned this year’s National History Challenge Young Historian Winners.

The girls competed against a field of 600 schools and over 6000 submissions!


During lockdown the PLC Drum Corps collaborated to compose a four-bar phrase and arranged them for this video. It was further refined to submit in the “Southern Hemisphere and Asian Online Championships” competition and we wish the girls the best of luck for their entry.


The Year 10’s finished their theatrical season by showcasing the classic stage play Arsenic and Old Lace in the last days of the school year.  Enjoy some of the photos from the production.


The Year 11 students recently packaged an array of Christmas presents they had personally purchased and wrapped.

Cards were written, pictures drawn and words of encouragement and Christmas cheer were shared with students from our Indigenous sister school in Worawa.

The Worawa community were very appreciate of the tremendous effort of our Year 11 cohort and their students will enjoy a Christmas dinner where the presents will be given out before they return to their various homes around Australia.



One of the benefits of a 16-hectare campus with spacious gardens is simply sitting outside on the lawns and enjoying the sun and that's exactly what many of the girls enjoyed doing at lunchtime today!


Our Year 7 girls have been hard at work, creating, writing, directing and preparing for their Drama Festival this Friday - its a big and fun way to end the school year!


Each year the Senior hockey team eagerly look forward to competing against the Old Collegians for the prestigious Driver Cup.

The Driver Cup is named after Janet Driver, a long serving Physical Education/Outdoor Educationstaff member who has been instrumental in the development of hockey at PLC. Janet is a passionate hockey player and coach, she has played hockey at a national level and has been an integral part the hockey program at PLC.


Last week our Year 10 students experienced life as budding politicians as they hit the campaign trail for the in-house program: Participation in Politics.

Eight parties entered into the fray to win the hearts and minds of the Year 10 cohort, with students voting in accordance with the Australian Electoral Commission standards.

Well done to everyone involved!