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PYMBLE LADIES' COLLEGE

 

Situated on 20 hectares of beautiful park-like grounds on Sydney’s upper North Shore, Pymble Ladies’ College is a non-selective, independent school for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12, with boarding available from Year 7.

Pymble is a school that inspires and excites students to explore and extend their potential as they grow from dependence to independence.

The College offers a world-class learning environment that provides opportunities for excellence in academic studies, sports and the arts, a comprehensive curriculum with outstanding facilities and a nurturing pastoral care program that recognises and develops each girl’s unique strengths and qualities.

Pymble fosters an international education environment, promoting global citizenship and the importance of a worldwide educational perspective. The College strives to ensure students complete their education with the confidence, maturity and necessary skills to make informed decisions in their careers and personal lives.

Pymble is divided into five separate schools on one campus. All five schools have their own precincts and Head of School and Junior, Middle, Upper and Senior also have their own Deputy Head of School. Five schools on the one campus provides more leadership opportunities and additional age-specific academic and personal care for each student.

The values and the ethos of the Uniting Church in Australia provide the foundation for dynamic, engaged learning at Pymble, with the College open to girls of all religions.

 


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2 Avon Road, Pymble NSW 2073 Australia

(02) 9855 7799

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https://www.pymblelc.nsw.edu.au/

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Minimize Past and present members

PYMBLE LADIES' COLLEGE (Presbyterian Ladies' College, Pymble until 1977)

*Mrs Vicki Waters Sept. 2007-
*L Mrs Gillian Moore 1989 - Sept. 2007
*L Miss Jeanette Buckham 1967- 1989
*L Miss Dorothy Knox 1936-1967
*Miss Grace Macintosh 1933-1936
*Miss Nancy Jobson 1922-1933
*Miss G. Gordon Everett 1920-1921
  Dr John Marden 1916 - 1920



* denotes AHIGS membership - Please note that not all Heads have been members of AHIGS. 

L denotes Life Member