Victoria Street, Kogarah 2217
Ph 02 9587 5902
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Enrolment: 935 students
Principal: Carole Knott
St George Girls is an academically selective school that aims to educate students to become independently minded and socially responsible. Each student, through the fostering of individual talents and interests, is encouraged to realise her potential and achieve success and fulfilment in a changing world.
Facilities: Assembly hall, senior students’ common room, science laboratories, library, computer rooms, laptops for student use, tennis courts, drama studio and gymnasium.
Electives Years 7 to 10: Commerce, French, Latin, Visual Arts, Music, Design and Technology, Food Technology, Textiles and Designs, Japanese, Computing Studies.
Electives Years 11 and 12: Modern History, Ancient History, Biology, Chemistry, Photography, Economics, Geography, French, Japanese, Latin, Drama, Indonesian, Music, Visual Arts, Textiles and Design, Home Science, PD/Health/PE, Legal Studies, Business Studies, Software Design and Development, Computing Applications, Philosophy, Psychology, Visual Design, Legal Studies, Food Technology. All Extension courses are offered.
Sport: Aerobics, athletics, basketball, beach running, bowls, circuit training, cross-country, dance, gymnastics, hockey, lawn bowls, life-saving, netball, rowing, self-defence, softball, squash, swimming, tennis, touch, volleyball.
Extracurricular activities: Art exhibition, stage and concert band, orchestra, vocal groups, music tutorials, charity work, community volunteer scheme, entry in state and national English, mathematics and science competitions, dance groups, debating, drama club, environment club, school-based mentor scheme, Mock Trial, musical groups, peer support, prefects, public speaking, SRC, walkathon, Young Achievers’ Program, Youth in Parliament, Amnesty International club, Tournament of Minds, Da Vinci Decathlon.
Welfare and personal development: The school has a caring and supportive welfare network involving all staff and specifically the head teacher (welfare), Year advisers and the school counsellor. Special programs such as peer support, career education, executive shadowing and personal development/health form part of the curriculum.