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Lowther Hall is a learning community engaged in educating the whole person for the whole of life. The academic program, the co-curricular activities, the Christian ethos and the family atmosphere are key features of Lowther Hall. Major intakes are Kindergarten, Prep, Years 7 and 11.

Facilities: Lowther Hall features an historic mansion in a garden setting surrounded by modern facilities. The Keilor Campus provides the venue for a range of sports and for environmental education.

Curriculum: A broad, balanced curriculum is offered, leading to a wide choice of subjects at VCE level. The Japanese language is taught from Years 4 to Year 6 in the JuniorSchool. Both Japanese and French are offered at the secondary levels. Technology is integrated throughout the learning program and every student from Year 3 onwards has her own personal device which is used for learning at school and at home.

Sport: The sports program aims to promote individual achievement and team competition. Students in the SeniorSchool take part in competitions with other girls’ schools that are associated with Girls’ Sport Victoria.  Rowing and snow sports are also on offer.

Extra-curricular activities: Music, choir, dance, drama, hip hop, debating, chess, Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, camps, public speaking, self-defence, art club, musicals, Tournament of Minds and more.

Student welfare programs: Lowther Hall’s caring ethos is supported by the Principal, Heads of Senior and Junior Schools, co-ordinators, teaching staff and specialist pastoral care staff.

Religion Anglican
Type Independent
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Girl
Years Kindergarten - Year 12
Enrolment 800 Students
Fees: 12k - 16k Over 16k
$12,888 (Kindergarten) to $23, 576 (Year 12)
03 9325******* 03 9325 5000
Address 17 Leslie Road, Essendon 3040
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