St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls is an Australian independent non-selective Anglican single-sex primary and secondary day and boarding school for girls, located in Mosman Park, a western suburb of Perth, Western Australia. In addition, the school provides co-educational early learning education to both girls and boys.
Established in Claremont in 1896, the school currently caters for approximately 1,052 students from Early Learning, through Kindergarten to Year 12, including 150 boarders in Years 7 to 12.
St Hilda's is located across two campuses in Mosman Park.
St Hilda’s prides itself on an enviable academic record which is the result of hard work by its students and dedicated teaching staff. St Hilda’s also offers students an education in strong traditional values including excellence, respect, inclusion and justice. The ethos of the School is to prepare students to be ‘future-ready’.
St Hilda’s provides a community and a way of life. Parents are encouraged to be a part of their girls’ education through a Parents and Friends Association, volunteer year representative, support associations for Sport, Drama, Music, Library and numerous other opportunities.
Learning at St Hilda’s doesn’t just happen in the classroom. Students are encouraged to take part in the many varied opportunities that are provided through sporting, social and cultural activities that are on offer. Co-curricular clubs allow students to engage with like-minded girls who have similar interests and abilities. Community Service also forms extensive co-curricular programs.
Student life and St Hilda’s is engaging and innovative. The school provides an extensive curriculum, proactive Pastoral Care, and is Technology. The school is based around an Anglican Foundation.
Facilities at St Hilda’s are world-class. These include science labs, two gyms, a 50m heated swimming pool, ovals, tennis and netball courts, a Chapel, School of Business- to name a few. Scholarships and Bursaries are offered to nurture the talents of individuals students each year.