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We inspire girls to achieve their own personal excellence across all fields of endeavour, and help them establish the foundations for life-long learning. Find out how your daughter can start her journey at PLC.

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Facilities - PAC 1 - 2016
Performing Arts Centre

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Class of 2016 Year 12 Results
The Class of 2016 achieved outstanding Year 12 results

In 2016, PLC girls once again achieved some of the absolute Year 12 results in Australia. Click here for the full results including girls completing the VCE and IB. 

What's on at PLC


One of the events that has given me great joy during this last fortnight has been spending time with the PLC girls and Old Collegians who were competing in our annual tennis competition, the Kellett Cup. The Kellett Cup Tennis competition between Old Collegians and current PLC students started in 1932 and this is now the 86th year of this competition.


The Under 13 swim squad recently took home gold at the 2017 Synchronised Swimming State Championships, with many other PLC Aquatic teams and individuals also earning medals. Well done to everyone involved! 



Last Friday night the PLC Norman Oval was abuzz with celebrations and festivities for our annual Twilight Picnic. A wonderful and happy crowd of people joined in the celebrations, enjoying a beautiful summer evening, with delicious food, lots of fun rides, face painting, a photo booth, entertaining music, our talented Year 8 dancers and entertainment from a wonderful staff band. With so much for us all to enjoy, the evening had something special for all age groups, from our littlest children in the ELC through to our teenage girls and parents, and family and friends of PLC.


The GSV Swimming and Diving Teams participated in the GSV Preliminary B Finals last week with some outstanding results and TWO Trophies for Team PLC.

Our PLC Swim Team came 2nd overall, qualifying for the Division 1 Championships. The PLC Dive Team came 3rd overall and have qualified for the Division 2 Championships.

We also unveiled the new PLC swim uniforms and were awarded 'the best dressed' team award! 

Congratulations and thanks to our staff and coaches Steph, Damien, Shelly and Rohan!


This week the girls in Year 10 engaged in a very special Q & A session with two guest Old Collegian speakers – Catherine Phillips and Emily Cheung.  It was all part of our week-long Year 10 Bright Stars program at PLC.
This program assists girls in their transition to the senior years at PLC. Through a series of carefully considered and planned activities, the program aims to equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to support their long-term personal health and wellbeing, and maximise their academic potential.


In March, the PLC Pipes and Drums competed at the Ballarat Highland Gathering playing in the Juvenile and Grade 4 marches events. They placed third in both and won the Piping in the marches.  Congratulations to the girls and their teachers!


The girls have now been back at school for nearly four weeks and are now very much into the rhythm of school life. The main focus for the girls has been our wonderful House Concerts but it has also been a very busy start for parents and staff with Information Evenings for most year levels. The Year 10 Evening is still to come with their special Bright Stars Evening for parents and girls to mark the beginning of the girls’ senior years to be held on Tuesday 7 March.


On Sunday 19 February PLC competed at the GSV Triathlon finals with Tazmin (Year 11), Jordyn (Year 9) and Emma placing 3rd 19th and 21st out of 47 competitors.

This is an outstanding achievement, especially in poor weather conditions.

Congratulations to these girls and the entire PLC Triathlon team.



Congratulations to the Smithson sisters for their recent outstanding achievements in swimming.

Danielle became the State Champion for the 100m Breaststroke at the Victorian Age Championships recently and in December competed in the Victorian Open Water Championships and won the 15 Year Old 5km event.  

Danielle then competed in the South Australian State Swimming Championships, winning two events, placing second in three events and third in one event, in her age group, and is the State Champion in the Open Age 50m Breaststroke.