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St Scholastica’s College – Our Past, Our Present, Our Future

In just four years, St Scholastica’s College will celebrate its sesquicentenary – 150 years since its founding in 1878 in Pitt Street, Sydney as a Catholic school for girls.

It might have been impossible at that time to contemplate the extraordinary changes to flow from then to the early part of the 21st century. Along the way, the College – in its educational offering – has anchored itself firmly to the ethos of the Good Samaritan and the Benedictine tradition.

But, that anchor has never held back advancement, the acceptance of innovation, the willingness to try new things. Rather, the College’s ethos seeks to provide a base to live a good life while, as an institution of learning, it offers scope for young women to be successful in a world where change is not just constant, but increasingly rapid.

The College community respects the past and acknowledges the foundation it provides; is firmly focused on the present and welcomes the opportunities offered by the future, some of which have not yet been imagined.

St Scholastica’s College – nearly 150 years on – remains an educational institution of choice for girls and young women.


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