St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls

Principal Ms Fiona Johnston
Year levels K to 12
Enrolment numbers 1148
Boarding or day Boarding
Phone (08) 9285 4100
Fax (08) 9285 4126
Postal address PO Box 34, Mosman Park

St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls is a Junior Kindergarten to Year 12 day and boarding school located in Mosman Park, strategically placed between Perth’s CBD and the port of Fremantle. The School has approximately 1,200 students including 150 boarders. The Early Learning Centre is codeucational. Some important features of St Hilda’s are: Almost 100% of our graduates continue to institutions of higher learning nationwide and overseas. St Hilda’s students consistently achieve top scores in the WACE examinations. Our students are well prepared for university and life beyond school. Our teachers are leading educators. They are also published authors, prize-winning mathematicians and scientists, performing musicians and actors, and elite sportsmen and women. St Hilda’s has the best of both natural and educational resources on two beautiful campuses. Impressive new facilities include an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a Performing Arts Centre and a purpose-built Junior School. St Hilda’s offers scholarships in Years 7, 8, 10 and 11. St Hilda’s students contribute 1000s of hours of community service annually. Hundreds of computers, digital projectors, interactive Smart Boards, touch pads, Personal Digital Assistants – in fact, all the latest technology – is in place to enhance all areas of learning. The School’s desktop computer program delivers maximum power for minimum cost and work is backed up on the School’s server. St Hilda’s fields a wide variety of sports in Years 7 to 12. Our students achieve at state, national and international levels. An outstanding Outdoor Education program takes students into the depths of caves, the pounding surf, Australia’s outback and the magnificent coastline waters where they trek, climb, abseil, swim, snorkel, sail, kayak and go white-water rafting. The School offers an extensive Arts program in visual arts, choral and instrumental music, dance, photography and drama. Students regularly receive recognition and honours at competitions and eisteddfods. The Tutoring Centre, which is free-of-charge, is available to senior students for catch-up and extension, individually and in small groups. both campuses are open early until late. The Junior School runs a before and after-school program, Extend-ED, which operates from 7:30am and continues to 6pm after the normal school day. Senior girls arrive early for sport and music, and can remain until 9pm in the Library and Technology Centre. The School is easily accessible by both bus and train. St Hilda’s is a multi-cultural community from different geographic, economic, social, ethnic and racial backgrounds all learning together.