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


Our Old Collegians are invited to the first PLC Old Collegian networking event for 2019.

Featuring a distinguished panel of leading PLC OC experts discussing; 'Success in today’s ever-changing world and its increasing dependency on diversity, curiosity and the capacity to be agile in your thinking'.

Each of our panel members has applied the power of such innovative thinking in their chosen field to become award-winning storytellers, educationalists and advocates on the design of sustainable housing in the 21st Century.


As the girls pack their bags for their first day tomorrow, just imagine trying to fit everything into the official PLC Junior School bag in 1966!

Whilst very stylish it probably wouldn't have coped with the demands of today's students. We've contrasted it to a 2019 Junior School bag and our thanks to Janet Davies (Stone, 1980) for the donation of her Grade 2 bag. It's currently on display in the PLC Heritage Centre.

Visitors are welcome to see this and many other items on display. To arrange a visit please contact 9805 7536 or email


Congratulations to our RECORD-BREAKING International Baccalaureate Class of 2018 on their results.

For the first time EIGHT (8) girls achieved a perfect score of 45, which is a notional ATAR of 99.95.

Additionally 4 girls achieved a 44 (out of 45) or a notional ATAR of 99.85.


In 2018, PLC girls once again achieved some of the finest and class-leading Year 12 results in Australia.

Of the 131 students:


During 1st to 2nd December 2018 PLC’s Chess Team represented Victoria in the Australian Schools Team Championship held in Adelaide.
The girls competed against other secondary state champions from across the nation and after two gruelling days, PLC emerged victorious with a perfect score of 20 out of 20 games, winning the Australian Schools Team Championship (Secondary Girls) for a third year in a row. 

This equals the best result of any secondary girls’ school in the more than twenty-year history of the tournament. 


Congratulations to Ella and Giya in the Junior School. 

After travelling from Southern Hemisphere to Northern Hemisphere for more than 24 hours, both sisters have performed at Carnegie Hall, New York and received First Prize in Golden Classical International Competition. 

Ella has received First Prize and Exceptional Young Talent Award for being young and performing the song from 18th century romantic period. 

Giya has been awarded first prize and been specially thanked by the judges for being the youngest piano player performing songs from 1876’s era. 


A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to all the girls and staff who helped raise money for the 40 Hour Famine this year.

This week World Vision presented the girls with an award for being the number one school for fundraising for the 40 hour famine across Victoria.

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.