It’s the serious game face at the starting line, and the warm smiles and friendships at the finish. It’s the dedication to self-improvement, to being your best, not necessarily the best. It’s having the confidence to be yourself, overcome challenges, stand up for what you believe in and never give up. And it’s nurtured in each and every St Hilda’s student.
We have demonstrated the Spirit of St Hilda’s since 1896 — that’s 125 years of fostering young women to be compassionate, innovative and purposeful leaders.
The St Hilda’s journey for many starts at our Junior School campus. With plenty of space in and around the classrooms and nature-based play areas, our students’ education isn’t limited to the classroom. A strong foundation is supported by specialist learning programs that assist the development of the whole child.
The Senior School campus for students in Years 7 to 12 delivers contemporary teaching methodology. The campus mixes modern and traditional buildings that pay homage to St Hilda’s rich history. This is the place where students will find their passions, be challenged and supported academically, mentally and emotionally.
Located in Pemberton, our Yeagarup campus will be home to a new era of programs and will form a key component of our Year 9 Rites of Passage, Wandering Spirit. Wandering Spirit will allow students to explore their identity, foster respectful relationships, develop authentic resilience, become global citizens and understand the positive impact they can have.
Our teachers and support staff are devoted to enriching your child through academic excellence, learning support, wellbeing and external opportunities. Our personalised learning approach provides each student with the opportunity to progress, to build skills and move seamlessly to the next challenge at their own pace. We not only have an exceptional academic track record, but also offer a range of pathways for our girls that ensures they leave us as strong, independent and capable young women.
Co-curricular opportunities are central to a well-rounded education, and our students are encouraged to embrace opportunities and uncover their passions and natural talents. Our clubs, committees and co-curricular offerings not only provide personal extension and growth, but also the chance to extend learning, engage and broaden friendship groups and mix with girls from other year levels who share similar interests.
The Spirit of St Hilda’s is found not just on campus, but also throughout the wider community, with deep connections to land and local groups as well as strong bonds and lifelong friendships from our students and Old Scholars, to our supportive P&F Association.
To ensure St Hilda’s is the right fit for your family, come see the Spirit of St Hilda’s in action by booking a personal tour with our Enrolments Team.
Leading the way in girls education, St Hilda’s is committed to providing young women with the opportunity to shine.
It was recently announced that St Hilda’s would begin focusing on providing students who may not have the means to attend but would flourish in their learning environment, the opportunity to experience a St Hilda’s education. The majority of their scholarships are needs-based. Girls who show a commitment to academic excellence together with a strength in a particular field are encouraged to apply.
Their process does not include an examination.
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