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Melbourne Girls' College, RichmondCompare
School Facts
School sector:Government
School type:Secondary school
Gender:Single Sex-Girl
Total student:1254 (boy:0, girl:1254)
Total staff:82
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1129, ranks No.254 More ICSEA Ranking...
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VCE rank:No.60 (2015), No.64 (2014), No.72 (2013), No.62 (2012), No.95 (2011), No.62 (2010), No.62 (2009), No.65 (2008)
Address:Yarra Blvd Richmond VIC 3121
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Melbourne Girls' College (MGC) was established in 1994. It is situated in the suburb of Richmond, on a site adjacent to the Yarra River. The College is committed to environmentally sustainable practices. The College has a population of approximately 1250 s... more
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Year 759659658458959334
Year 962764562762662441
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Parent - 15 May 2019, Rate: poor
teachers at this school have absolutely no respect for students at all! They have quite recently added a classroom in the school which the call "wellbeing" it is meant to be for students who are having trouble with either school or home life. My daughter was having trouble with one of the teachers here at the school, so she had been going to the wellbeing classroom to discuss the problem and see how she could see this through with the teacher and hopefully resolved the issue. Unfortunately her year level leader banned her from going into the wellbeing office completely. She is now not able to talk to or make any interaction with the psychologists at all when she had made such an effort to get to know these teachers and could really trust her with her problems at school and at home. I think it is absolutely discusting that they would ban her from doing something like this especially if she needed this extra help to be able to concentrate on her school work!
By Parent - 15 May 2019, Rate: poor
I do not recommend this school to any families they don't give my child correct uniform and miss crosswhite takes your phone off you and sends messages to ur friends i believe this school should be under investigation it has poor education and the lack teachers put into lessons to make them fun is terrible. I recommend not attending this school unless you want to look like a nun. the school is slut-shaming students and it is terrible. my child has come home crying many many times after school cause she was in the incorrect uniform, even the wrong socks that are expensive and you get a detention like common it's not bloody private
By Student - 26 Jul 2018, Rate: excellent
I have changed so much for the better. With so many choices in electives and VCE subjects, I feel like I have more than enough options and lots to think about. Everybody is so encouraging and kind. I am part of the rowing team, which was one of the best decisions of my life. I have made so many new friends, fell in love with a whole new sport, and been given a boost of confidence I didn’t know I had. I can’t speak for the behaviour of other girls, but my experience has been only positive. I can assure you, that no girls school will be perfect in the way students behave.
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