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Why Choose A Girls' School?

Check out this latest video from the Alliance of Girls' Schools Australasia, as the 2017 SLC girls explain why 'they love going to a girls school'.

 

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Congratulations to our School Captains for 2018 - Egynne and Thy!

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In Jully Scotch College hosted the joint Scotch and PLC production of the ever-popular musical - Kiss Me Kate!

Its a fun and hilarious musical, set in the 1940's and follows the story of the staging of the musical production of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, by the leading star, his ex-wife and their co-stars.

First staged in 1948, it features well-know songs by Cole Porter including 'Too Darn Hot' and and 'So In Love'.

Enjoy some of the many photos from the production.

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Over the weekend of 5 and 6 August, Karen Guest (Beasley 1992) competed in the (GKR) World Karate Championships held in the Gold Coast.  

GKR is a traditional Japanese style of karate which is taught in a non-contact environment and promotes both character and physical development.  GKR promotes self-defence, fitness, coordination, discipline, confidence and stress relief.  

Karen won BRONZE in her event - an outstanding achievement.

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Over the weekend of 29 and 30 July, Charlotte in Year 7 competed in the 2017 International Open Judo Championship held in Auckland, New Zealand.  

Charlotte won GOLD in the Senior Girls Under 15 Weight Division (in her weight category, middleweight) from sixteen competitors.

Charlotte also entered the Senior Girls Open Weight Division where she won Silver from thirty competitors.  

The competition attracted competitors from New Zealand, French Polynesia, Caledonia, South Korea, Hong Kong and Germany and was the largest in the region.