Western Australia's first eSmart school
16 November 2018
Penrhos College is a Uniting Church day and boarding school for girls, Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12, located in Perth, Western Australia. We believe girls are given the best opportunity to thrive in a single-sex environment, free from gender stereotypes and expectations.
"I truly believe that Penrhos College has nurtured, developed and enabled me to be the best version of myself. Penrhos is an environment where girls are supported by staff who care for them and surrounded by inspirational young women. When you join Penrhos you not only join a school, but you join a community, a family for life."
Stella McLaughlin (2018 School Captain)
"Penrhos and boarding provided our daughter with a great social, educational and sporting environment in which to grow and succeed. She had many amazing life experiences along the way, with the journey yet to end."
Laura Nicholls, Kellerberrin (Mother of Montana Nicholls 2016)
Our daughter’s excitement, nervousness, friendships & determination have all been growing since Year 7. She has loved her time at Penrhos, and despite rare stumbles has grown from all her experiences into a gorgeous young woman who knows she will look back with treasured memories and friendships from six years of being with the same girls. In her own words – she has “loved her teachers and their genuine commitment, caring and giving - more this year than ever.”
Lisa and Greg Pampling (Parents of Sarah Pampling 2018)
We would just like to take this opportunity to congratulate Penrhos College on the magnificent job that you all do to create such a memorable, warm, inspiring experience for our girls – particularly the Year 12s on their graduation. As an old girl, I myself hold treasured memories from Penrhos, so obviously the many traditions, ceremonies and experiences just keep getting better.
Lisa Wilson, Alumni
Just wanted to say a huge thank you for Orientation day. Mollie, though nervous and very apprehensive thoroughly enjoyed herself. She was kept busy and so wasn't thinking about how worried she was. Thank you. Looking forward to next year!
Pennie Stewart (parent of new student starting in 2019)
We respectfully acknowledge the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation as the traditional owners of the land on which we stand and pay our respects to elders past, present and future. Together, we acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal Australians and non-Aboriginal Australians to the education of all children and people in this country we all live in and share together – Australia.