A word from our President.
OGA Vale - we say farewell to one of our Old Girls.
Elle Pound (McLaren 2005) spoke to a group of Year 9 students about being brave, through teamwork and perseverance during our Life Lessons with a Lunchbox series.
Former Head Girl, Elle Pound (2005) has just returned to Perth after years living in the United States. Read about her adventures since leaving Santa Maria College.
What kids need most from us is a meaningful connection. Research shows it has a profound impact on their physical and mental health. How do we build that connection?
In Pastoral Care Time, Year 10s were lucky to have Ruth Hatherley (1995) speak to them. Ruth is the founder and CEO of her very successful blockchain technology company, Money Catcha.
Dr Catherine Archer is currently an academic working in Strategic Communication at Murdoch University. She shared her expertise with our Year 11 girls.
Lauren Hyde-Cooling is from the Class of 2017. She is a national representative in pole-vaulting.
Shandra Cohen shares her career journey since leaving Santa Maria in 1981
Our Year 12s have reached the halfway point into their Year 12 courses and have their eyes set on the finishing line. Who better to receive advice from than those who have just gone before them.
We are very lucky to have so many generous alumni who are keen to continue their commitment to service beyond their school days.
Welcome to another edition of the OGA Blog.
Expressions of interest are now open for the OGA Fashion Showcase.
Tayla Byatt (2013) has been nominated for the Channel Seven Young Achiever's Award. Hear about her awesome work.
Sarah Kennedy (Philpot, Class of 2005) is a past student of Santa Maria and one of the finalists in the WA Volunteer of the Year Awards.
Santa Maria College has a fabulous reputation and being an alumni has its advantages when it comes to enrolling your daughters.
The Years 10, 11 and 12 Drama students had an amazing opportunity to hear from past student Charmaine Bingwa (Class of 2001) this week, who spoke about her non-traditional route into the world of [...]
The beautiful blue waters off Shark Bay were the backdrop for our Year 11 OED girls during the first week of Term 2. This was conducted as part of their Certificate II in Outdoor Education.
This week I have been reflecting on the value and benefit of Santa Maria College's service program. I believe that if we help educate our girls to be the leaders of the future, they can then [...]
Santa Maria was a sea of pink today as students and staff came together to raise awareness and raise funds for girls’ education in three Mercy related schools in Ethiopia, Cambodia & Papua New Guinea.
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