Stay up-to-date with all of the College's latest news and events. 


PLC was thrilled and very proud to learn that we have been named as the number one school for all Junior and Senior students across Victoria in the 2019 Naplan Results.

This is the first time any Victorian school has achieved the number 1 rank for both Junior and Senior students in the same year.

As our Principal Mrs Penberthy was quoted as saying in the Herald Sun, "Its a great credit to our girls and our teachers."


Wednesday 18 March 2020 7.30pm Performing Arts Centre

Come and hear various soloists and ensembles perform in our first major concert of the year. Come along and support the girls.

This is a free concert


To download a copy of the program for the OCA Melba Music Concert, please click here


Mothers, grandmothers and daughters all celebrated their shared history of a PLC education at the annual Old Collegians’ Mother Daughter morning tea.  

Students from the Junior and Senior School enjoyed a delicious morning tea together whilst their mothers caught up with former school friends.  

The Principal, Mrs Cheryl Penberthy, warmly  welcomed the Old Collegians and noted the strong bonds and friendships between family members through their mutual education at PLC.


It was a historic moment as our School Captains, Tash and Britney, proudly raised our new College flags today in celebration of our 145th anniversary year.


A group of Year 11 girls recently competed at the 2020 Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad (OZCLO).

 The girls worked in teams of four on a range of language analysis problems.

 Last year PLC received 3 Gold, 1 silver and a 2 bronze awards.

 We'll learn how they placed in the next few weeks.    


Congratulations to Sandhya on being accepted into Oxford University.

Sandhya will be undertaking a Philosophy, Politics and Economics degree, having completed the International Baccalaureate in 2019.

We wish her all the best for her future studies in the UK.


We would like to congratulate Tharushi in Year 11 for being named the Victorian winner of the prestigious Simpson Prize History Essay. 

Her essay involved an evaluation  of the impact of WWI on Australia after 1919  and required the analysis and sophisticated use of source material in all submissions.  

It is a truly remarkable achievement! 


Our Senior Firsts and Junior squads hit the water over the weekend at the Henley Regatta.



And the winner of House Concerts 2020 is GLAMIS! With Rosslyn second and Atholl third.

We would like to congratulation all the girls, heads of departments and captains across each and every House for making HC 2020 such a success!



The very first class ever was held today in the Junior School's brand new Science 'Exploratorium'.

The first girls were absolutely thrilled to be in the new space and actively learning about the 'wonders of science'.


A must for girls in Years 5 & 6. Meet our Principal, Students and Staff and enjoy a wide range of interactive activities on offer for Year 7 and beyond.

Monday 16 March, 7pm.

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