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


In what is always a highly contested match-up, the 88th running of the Kellett Tennis Cup was won by Team Old Collegians by a handy margin, continuing the win streak by Team OC in recent years.

If you are interested in competing next year, let us know and we'll contact you with all the details in early 2020.


Mothers, grandmothers and daughters celebrated together at the annual Old Collegians’ Mother Daughter Morning Tea.

The girls enjoyed the treats on offer whilst their mothers, aunts and grandmothers chatted to former school friends.

Mrs Clements welcomed the guests and reflected upon the deep bonds between generations of family members who have shared the same values and wonderful traditions of a PLC education.


Our GSV Tennis teams for creating some amazing PLC history in 2019.

Five (5) of 9 squads became GSV Zone winners and progressed to the finals, with the Seniors and Intermediate B and Intermediate C and Junior D Grades going into their Grand Finals.

That's a record for PLC and an incredible achievement and we wish all the girls and their coaches the best of luck for their respective finals!



It was fantastic finish for our PLC First rowers at the Nationals in Sydney in March.

The girls placed 2nd in their heat to go straight to the semi finnals and then 3rd in their B Final to finish their season.  By finishing 3rd it means they finished 11th overall from the best 26 crews in the country.

It san outstanding effort girls. It also wraps up the 2019 rowing season , which has been one of the very best on record.

We'd like to send a huge congratulations to everyone all the crews, their coaches and the staff involved.

GO PLC Rowing!


We wish all of our PLC Rowers the very best at the 2019 Head of the Schoolgirls’ Regatta this weekend.



On Friday a group of Year 11 girls visited the Year 4 French class to help the girls with their French language skills and engage in some fun French-inspired vocabulary games.

It’s a fantastic example of how the College nurtures relationships between Senior and Junior girls and provides guidance and experience for how young women can mentor and role model to each other. 


The Twilight Picnic is always a highlight for our community.

You can see how it is setup and how the evenig unfolds during this new 30 second time-lapse video of the event.


The life and work of renowned artist and OC Pam Hallandal (1929-2018) is being celebrated at “Paper Walls”, an exhibition featuring her drawings at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery. Pam is best known for her expressive charcoal drawings depicting the human condition and environmental issues.

She is the only female to have twice won the Australian Dobell Drawing Prize for excellence in drawing and she established the first full-time tertiary level drawing course in Australia.


Congratulations to our Senior Firsts and Seconds, who won Bronze in rowing at the State Championships recently.

Well done to the girls and their coaches, including OC Elaine Miles (1985).



At the Alliance of School Girls’ Australasia International Women’s Day breakfast, girls from our Senior Leadership Team enjoyed an inspiring speech from Catherine O’Sullivan CEO of RMIT Training.

Catherine shared her life story, encouraging the girls to allow creativity into their careers through taking on challenges!


PLC congratulates Ita Buttrose AO OBE and wishes her all the very best after being named as the new Chairwoman of the ABC today.

She follows in the pioneering footsteps of PLC Old Collegian Dame Leonie Kramer AC DBE (1941) the first-ever woman appointed to the role in 1982.


PLC had the honour of welcoming the Federal Member for Chisholm, Julia Banks MP as she officially unveiled an Armistice Centenary Memorial Plaque in the beautiful gardens of “Hethersett”, now home to the College.

A tranquil seated area and a rose arbour commemorates the role that the heritage 1880's homestead of Hethersett played as a hospital for soldiers suffering from psychiatric illnesses on their return from World War 1.