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

Congratulations to Old Collegian Jan Dimmock on her celebration of 27 years as an official volunteer and guide at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Club.
Early in the year Jan toured a group of interested PLC Old Collegians around the 'hallowed' grounds and showed them some of its significant as well as its curious historical details.

Jan is pictured here with the MCG carved grand doors. 


A selection of photos from the 2018 PLC & Scotch College musical - Disney's The Little Mermaid. 


Congratulations to Chloe in Year 4 on competing in the Melbourne International Youth Music Competition and winning First Prize in her age group.

Chloe also won the Best Performance Award - the only one to do so in her age group! 


Congratulations to Sai in Year 12 on winning an individual bronze medal representing Australia in the International Biology Olympiad, held in Iran last month.

The Australian team ended up winning 2 silver medals and two bronze medals.



Congratulations to Charlotte in Year 8 on winning Gold in the u15's Australian National Judo Championships in June.

Charlotte competed in the u52kg division and fought her way past players from WA, Qld, Victoria and finally NSW to become the Australian champion. 



We congratulate Lizzie in Year 9 on becoming the National Champion in the Junior B platform at the Australian Elite Junior and winning gold.

Lizzie has also been named to the 2018/2019 National Junior Squad. She is currently the only Victorian in the group.

Lizzie will next represent Australia at the 2018 World Junior Championship to held in Kiev, Ukraine from 23rd July 2018.

Well done to her and we wish her all the best as she goes on to represent Australia.


It was another hard-fought competition between team PLC and the OCA at this year's Driver Hockey Cup.

It may have been a comprehensive win for the Old Collegians, but team PLC had many close shots and kept the pressure on all the way to the end!

You can watch some of the match here


It was a wonderful celebration of the life and achievements of Lesley Falloon OAM (1937) at the Tea and Conversation afternoon held yesterday.

Lesley explained that the practical way that women get things done can make such a huge difference in local government and our communities. She added that her PLC values and education have always inspired her "to make the world a better place."

Many Old Collegians, staff and girls joined in the birthday celebrations.


The Lampas AGM and Luncheon was held on 26 May 2018 with College staff member, Christie Kurrle as the guest speaker.


Following on from PLC’s exciting win at the 2017 National School Chess Championships, we have further great news from the Australian Junior Chess Championships that took place last month. 

The championships were held over 5 days with girls playing 8 rounds of chess (with some games lasting three hours or more) and attracted over 400 of the best juniors from around Australia.


On Friday 16 February, the College celebrated the Commissioning of its eleventh Principal, Mrs Dawn Clements, in an historic and moving ceremony in Wyselaskie Hall.

The Commissioning was solemnly carried out by Rev Robert White, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria in front of Council members, special guests, staff, students and representatives of the wider school community.

Guest were greeted by the stirring sound of the PLC Pipes and Drums and the ceremony featured readings from the Scriptures, hymns and music played by an outstanding string quartet.


On the very first day of 2018 the school officially opened the new Student Wellbeing Centre.

Located in the former Music School, the new Wellbeing Centre is home to the College's Counselling, Careers and Individual Differences Departments.