Join the Alliance
Membership of the Alliance opens up opportunities for dialogue and collaboration with a diverse group of educators that represents over 172,000 girls and 17,000 educators in six countries, across Catholic, state, independent and integrated sectors — all sharing a common goal.
The reality of today’s competitive educational environment demands strong factual support for the benefits of a girls’ school education. The Alliance provides its members with the latest research relevant to girls’ education. Our research materials are only available to members and are an invaluable one-stop resource for facts, findings and topical material for educators of girls.
The Alliance welcomes membership applications from girls’ schools in Australasia and Asia.
Membership is school-based and all staff of member school may access the benefits of membership including access to our research and resources, member rates for conferences and events, exclusive partner offers, networking events and more.
Check if your school is a member of the Alliance here. Staff of member schools may request access to our research and resources using the link below:
Member schools must offer three consecutive years of girls-only classes on a dedicated girls’ campus. Please complete the application form and we will contact you or if you have any questions about membership please email [email protected]
Merging with the International Coalition of Girls School
Following the 2022 AGM, Alliance members voted in favour of progressing a merger between the Alliance of Girls’ Schools Australasia and the International Coalition of Girls’ Schools (ICGS).
Coming together as a single organisation for girls’ schools will create a powerful and unparalleled global collaboration. The merger will unite over 500 girls’ schools across 18 countries representing over 300,000 students. The significant synergies of a shared sense of identity, purpose and potential has the ability to set and deliver an ambitious agenda for girls’ schools.
ICGS promises to be an international organisation that delivers the best of both worlds — global knowledge-sharing and connections with the opportunity for inspired innovation, centralised efficiencies, and regional programming and responsiveness.
The merger will allow AGSA to continue to prioritise its regional programming in Australia and New Zealand while creating opportunities for staff and students to engage and collaborate globally.
The merger is expected to be completed by January 2024, following an 18-month transition period.
Alliance members share a commitment to the values and benefits of single-sex schools for girls, and a belief that all girls regardless of educational setting, benefit from the unparalleled opportunities girls’ schools provide. In addition to strong connections and collaboration members benefit from professional learning opportunities, access to research and analysis, alignment with our corporate partners, national and international advocacy, and unique student programs.
Exclusive access to resources and research
We provide members with the latest research relevant to girls’ education. Our research materials are only available to members and are an invaluable one-stop resource for facts, findings and topical material for educators of girls.
Conferences and events
We offer exceptional professional learning forums, events and conferences with member rates and special offers. Our programs attract many hundreds of participants annually and connect educators passionate about from around the world.
We deliver unique conferences and forums for students of member schools. Including our Student Alliance Networking Group and our annual Student Leadership Conference held each January. This conference provides a forum to explore leadership, prepare for the responsibility and network with like-minded students from our member schools in Australasia and our affiliates in the USA and UK.
We publish an annual journal In Alliance, monthly eNewsletters, and resources for members including “Why a girls school?” brochure and fortnightly research summaries for principals. These publications build positive awareness for the case for girls’ schools and increased recognition for our members.