About Penrhos College
We believe girls are given the best opportunity to thrive in a single-sex environment, free from gender stereotypes and expectations. Learn more about the background and strategic direction of Penrhos College that make us one of the best private schools in Perth for girls.
Penrhos College is an all girls’ school, in the faith of the Uniting Church. We are committed to educating our students for respectful and responsible participation in an increasingly diverse and fast-evolving global community. Equally, we are committed to the promotion of justice and equity in learning, working and social environments that are affirming and inclusive, where each individual feels safe and valued.
Girls of all religious, cultural and gender identities are warmly welcomed here. Our community respects and honours diversity, including (but not limited to) age, ethnicity, family structure, identity, race, culture, physical ability and religion. As a girls’ school, we typically refer to our students as students, girls, ladies or young women; where a preference is expressed for the use of another name and / or pronoun (in communications to, with and about an individual student), this is respected and observed.
Our Principal, Kalea Haran
We are excited to be writing a new chapter in the history of Penrhos College, as we welcome Ms Kalea Haran’s appointment as seventh Principal.
The Penrhos College Leadership Group brings together all the key aspects of the College’s operations.
Penrhos College Foundation
The existing funding body to assist in safeguarding the financial future of the College.
History and timeline
Penrhos College is rich in history dating back to 1952. Discover how Penrhos has evolved into one of Perth's leading girls schools.
At Penrhos College we teach our girls to "Strive for the Highest", a lesson that is applied to the whole person paradigm.
Working at Penrhos
People who work at Penrhos College agree – Penrhos is a fantastic, caring and supportive educational organisation.