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Presbyterian Ladies College Sydney, CroydonCompare
School Facts
School sector:Non-government
School type:Combined school
Gender:Single Sex-Girl
Total student:1200 (boy:0, girl:1200)
Total staff:140
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1178, ranks No.120 More ICSEA Ranking...
ICSEA distribution:
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HSC rank:No.20 (2015), No.29 (2014), No.37 (2013), No.23 (2012), No.33 (2011), No.38 (2010), No.38 (2009), No.30 (2008)

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Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney is a day and boarding school for girls from Reception (pre-Kindergarten) to Year 12, offering a broad curriculum to students from a diverse range of backgrounds. Founded in 1888 and situated at Croydon, the College is s... more
Student Assessment
Year 351248648151945030
Year 5549554531566541108
Year 760360559360861632
Year 964265563262564542
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
Tuition Fees in 2012
Year LevelPer Year
Year 1$14,540
Year 2$14,540
Year 3$18,380
Year 4$18,380
Year 5$19,172
Year 6$19,172
Year 7$23,632
Year 8$25,740
Year 9$25,740
Year 10$25,740
Year 11$24,110
Year 12$25,740
By Parent - 19 Aug 2016, Rate: excellent
What more can I say! It's the best girl's school in the Inner West.Both daughters went there, graduated with an ATAR of over 95.
By Parent - 20 Jul 2016, Rate: poor
It was better under previous principal. The current is scarily religious and autocratic, far more concerned with school reputation than duty of care to students. Things are swept under the carpet. They seem to focus on scholarship kids (who will keep school rankings up) rather than trying to add value to the general fee-paying students' education. Some of the teachers are great but hard to buck such an entrenched system. Look closely at HSC results, they have individually brilliant students, but the range of results prove that disproportionate attention is paid to the few that can bring glory to the school. The rest can pay for tutors (conveniently placed on school grounds). All this for fees of over $30K a year!
By Parent - 09 Jun 2016, Rate: excellent
We moved our girls from a local Catholic girls H.S to P.L.C. One has recently graduated with a score of 99 which I must say she was encouraged to her ability, which she never received from her other school, which she experienced alot of bullying, and even though with numerous complaints from parents, nothing was ever done about it.Very happy parent.
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