PLC Perth is the only girls’ school in Western Australia to offer three pathways to tertiary education – the world-recognised International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme, the WA Certificate of Education (WACE) pathway and the vocational education pathway.
Established in 1915, Presbyterian Ladies’ College has since sustained an international reputation for academic excellence and outstanding success in preparing young women to lead purposeful lives.
Scottish heritage is apparent throughout the Peppermint Grove campus as well as in the distinctive Blackwatch tartan uniform and PLC Pipe Band.
The Schools fundamental belief is in the quest for educational excellence, combined with a whole-of-person approach to intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual development.
PLC students are encouraged to become critical and compassionate thinkers, to assume responsibility for their own learning and to be informed and engaged participants in local and global issues.
PLC provides access to an exciting, ambitious and varied artistic programme that offers an enriching and cultural experience. Students develop their practical, problem solving and analytical skills through all our Arts, whilst having the opportunity to experiment and take risks in our extensive and varied programmes.
Students also participate in a Wellbeing curriculum built around six pathways to wellbeing.