Presbyterian Ladies' College - Melbourne

Presbyterian Ladies' College - Melbourne

Burwood VIC, Melbourne Eastern Suburbs

For almost 150 years, PLC has been at the forefront of girls’ education, inspiring our students to follow their passions, explore every opportunity and achieve to the very best of their abilities.  

Nurtured within a strong Christian community, our girls care for and respect one another, becoming global citizens with an informed understanding of other cultures and a deep appreciation for the world around them.  

At PLC our focus is on the whole student, supporting each girl’s academic, emotional, social, creative, physical and spiritual wellbeing. Personal achievement across all areas of ability and endeavour are carefully nurtured and celebrated as part of their individual learning journey.  

We encourage families to visit during one of our many School Tours and see first-hand what sets us apart and discover why your daughter will benefit from a life-changing educational experience at PLC. 

Curriculum 

At PLC we inspire girls to achieve their own personal excellence across all fields of interest, establishing the foundations for life-long learning that will enrich their lives and prepare them for a bright future ahead. Our teachers work side by side to encourage them to think beyond the boundaries, work collaboratively and utilise real-world technology to solve problem in a global setting. 

PLC is proudly one of the Australia’s leading schools and is currently ranked as the No 1 NAPLAN school. Two thirds of our girls achieved 90+ ATARs in either the VCE and IB and in 2020 and 5 girls achieved a perfect ATAR of 99.95.  

Wellbeing 

Our holistic Student Wellbeing program is designed to support each girl at the different stages of her development; balancing resilience with a healthy and positive mindset and providing the knowledge and skills to achieve her very best. 

Co-Curriculum 

Beyond the classroom, girls at PLC learn the importance of team work as enjoy a world of opportunities for personal exploration and fulfilment. Through participation across a wide range of co-curricular activities, our girls develop a strong sense of empowerment and social justice as well as a compassion for others that will help them go on to shape the world they live in. 

The co-curricular program ensures that there is a commitment to nurturing and developing talent and that there are opportunities for all girls to explore their passions, broaden their horizons and experience success, enjoyment and fulfilment beyond the classroom. 

To attend a School Tour visit https://www.plc.vic.edu.au/admissions/school-tours

For more information contact admissions@plc.vic.edu.au

Key Facts

School uniform

The uniform is compulsory

Number of students

Total enrolment: 1466
Up to Year 6: 505
In high school: 961
In Year 12: 166

Gender in depth

Female: 100%

Male: 0%

Other Requirements


Boarding school

Offers IB

Accepts international students

Offers VCAL

Offers VET

Our Curriculum

Subjects Overview

Math classes: streamed
English classes: mixed
LOTE taught:
Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Japanese, Latin

Senior secondary subjects overview

33 VCE level 3/4 studies
245 VCE students

Senior secondary programs overview

How our students performed in Year 12

Academic Results

Scores of 40+: 28%

Median Score: 36

Satisfactory completions of VCE: 100%

Destinations

Bachelor enrolled: 93%

Apprentice/Trainee: 1%

Employed: 4%

Activities & Support Staff

Activities

Activities (163)

Extra-curricular

Extra-curricular (6)

Music

Music (56)

Sports

Sports (52)

Support Staff

Support Staff (20)

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School Details

Sector

Independent

Level

Combined

Gender

Female

Religion

Presbyterian

Principal: Ms Cheryl Penberthy

Addresses:

141 Burwood Highway Burwood Victoria 3125

Tel: (03) 9808 5811

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