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Presbyterian Ladies' College sydney
Tel: 02 9704 5666
Fax: 02 9744 0519
Religious Affiliation: Presbyterian
Early Learning: Yes
Learning Extension: Yes
International Students: Yes
Welcome to PLC Sydney
Presbyterian Ladies’ College sydney is a school for girls from Reception (pre-Kindergarten) to Year 12 offering a broad curriculum to students from a diverse range of backgrounds. Boarding is available from Year 7. Founded in 1888 and situated at Croydon the College is set within 4. 4 hectares of landscaped grounds and retains its nineteenth century heritage buildings and gardens alongside modern state-of-the-art facilities. PLC Sydney aims to educate young women from the basis of a Christian world view to make a difference in a rapidly changing global society. Its graduates are confident caring accomplished young women who make a fine contribution to society and who carry a genuine concern for the welfare of others.
Our facilities are among the most flexible and exciting offered by any Australian school. Our exceptional facilities include an Aquatic Institute performing Arts Complex research Centre art design and Technology Studios and a Centre for Public Speaking. Technology is integrated throughout the College with Interactive Whiteboards in classrooms wiFi internet access and digital technologies used extensively.
Exciting Co-curricular Program
Students at PLC Sydney have the opportunity to participate in a vast co-curricular programme. There is something for everyone. There are activities for those who like to talk those who like to be active those who like to compete those who like to make music those who like to think and theorise those who like to experiment those who want to understand other cultures and those who want to change the world. The extensive range of co-curricular activities available include Music sport science chess debating drama jAM (Jesus & Me) speech tournament of the Minds model United Nations Assembly writer’s Group college Crow (the school newspaper) duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme book Club art and Design Club and much more. In addition private lessons are available in a wide variety of instruments musicianship gymnastics tennis speech drama art swimming and diving.
Service Learning and International Exchange
Service Learning offers PLC Sydney students an opportunity to make a difference. It fosters leadership creativity and problem solving and builds strong connections between our students and the communities they support. Through the Service Learning programme students are encouraged to reach out to local national and international communities that are in need of support. Each year group focuses on one or more projects learning about the needs of the community involved and then organising fundraising initiatives. International exchange is an annual Year 10 programme which offers reciprocal placements in our eleven partner schools across the world: China japan france italy (2) vietnam new Zealand Hong Kong scotland england and South Africa. Students experience many benefits from exchange including increased intercultural understanding developing a sense of international citizenship enhanced foreign language study and fostering a commitment to the principles of peace social justice and mutual respect.
Boarding at PLC
Boarders at PLC Sydney thrive in our caring and friendly boarding house. Our small boarding house for only 60 students means that we know our students intimately and are able to cater for individual needs. The house is structured vertically so the girls socialise and mentor each other across all year groups and the majority of our boarders are permanent rather than weekly boarders providing a stable and supportive environment. Boarding at PLC Sydney provides students with the opportunity to form life-long friendships with girls from Australia and overseas.
2012 Information Sessions
Wednesday 21 March . 00 pm–7. 00 pmFriday 25 May . 30 am–11. 30 amWed. 15 August . 30 am–11. 30 amWed. 7 November . 00 pm–7. 00 pmPrivate tours can be arranged by contacting the Registrar’s Office on 02 9704 5695 or email .