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St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls is a leading independent private school located in Perth, Western Australia.
Our Junior School caters for girls in Junior Kindergarten to Year 6, while our Senior School is home to day and boarding girls from Year 7 to Year 12.
With over 125 years of history in sparking extraordinary futures for girls, our purpose is to inspire inventive and adaptive thinkers with a curiosity for learning.
The Spirit of St Hilda's
It's the serious game face at the starting line, and the warm smiles and friendships at the finish.
It's the dedication to self-improvement, to being your best, not necessarily the best.
It's having the confidence to be yourself, overcome challenges, stand up for what you believe in and never give up.
And it's nurtured in each and every St Hilda's student.
Our rich history inspires us to question 'the norm'
Whether it's providing opportunities for girls in a time when opportunities were limited, or more recently, developing a rites of passage program. Our history, values and leadership help us strive to lead the way in girls' education.
Encouraging creative, critical thinkers
Our education programs are tailored to each stage in a child's development. Our personalised learning approach provides each student with the opportunity to progress, to build skills and move seamlessly to the next challenge at their own pace.
We'd love for you to experience the Spirit of St Hilda's
We invite you to come and see if we have good chemistry, and make sure St Hilda’s is the right fit for your daughter. Meet the Principal at one of our upcoming tour mornings, or book a personal tour.
The Spirit of St Hilda's radiates throughout our community, from the strong bonds and lifelong friendships of our students and Old Scholars, to our supportive Parents' and Friends' Association.
Philanthropy is an integral part of our St Hilda's culture. The facilities and program that our students enjoy today is the result of the foresight and generosity of previous generations.