Positive relationships and challenging learning grounded in Christian values.
At St Hilda’s we strive to create a learning environment focused on developing individual capacity and to be a school which nurtures our students’ unique talents and capabilities. It is our role to prepare students for their futures and not our pasts.
St Hilda’s girls are active learners who use a range of digital tools to access, evaluate and use information.
Our special character is at the heart of all we do. We value the strong Christian foundations, based on Anglican traditions, on which our school was built. We expect our values to be demonstrated by both staff and students in all aspects of school life. We are a small school which ensures we know our students well and they know each other. Our size does not mean we compromise on the range of opportunities we offer our students. There is a wide range of sporting and cultural activities. Our girls are busy and involved.
St Hilda's Open Evening
Thursday, July 29th
The St Hilda's Open Evening will be held on Thursday, July 29th. Please assemble in the Chapel from 6.40pm for registration. A welcome and guided tour of the school will follow. Application packs are available on the night, or from the St Hilda's Student Office. Come and see for yourself the exciting programmes that St Hilda's has on offer!
“St Hilda’s is a school that I’m immensely proud to lead.” - Jackie Barron, Principal
I love coming here every day, and feeling the warmth, energy, and buzz. It really is a special place.
We have an incredible bunch of girls, all of them unique. This individuality is something we absolutely encourage. Not only does it make for higher personal achievement, but it makes the school a much more exciting, interesting place.
Our school has a proud history, spanning over 120 years. The traditions are something we cherish and celebrate, but never let hold us back. We are forward looking, both in outlook and facilities.
One of our roles is, of course, to prepare students for the changing world. To help shape it and make the most of it. But just as important is caring for that world, and the people in it. Having a social conscience, a connection to the community – both local and global.
I’m delighted you are considering an education at St Hilda’s. Delve in, look, learn, explore and enjoy – our world awaits you.