PLC Sydney
Name of School: PLC Sydney
CRICOS Number: 02280D
City / State: Sydney, New South Wales
Year Established: 1888
Type of School: Girls Boarding School
Religious Group: Presbyterian
Student Population: 1,400 (approximately 450 in Junior School and 900 in Senior School)
Number of International Students: 35
Boarding (No. of Boarders) / Homestay: Boarding (64 Boarders)

Yr12 Result (2021): 

37% achieved ATAR 90+

Yr7 to Yr12 Tuition / Boarding Fees (2022): A$41,330 - $45,070 / A$31,280 per year





PLC Sydney, situated 10 kilometres from the heart of Sydney, is home to approximately 1,300 students and has accommodation for up to sixty-four boarders from both rural and international backgrounds. In 2017, over 51% of our students achieved an ATAR of over 90 and 6% were in the top 1% in the state. Our school mean, was 43 out of 50 (i.e. an average HSC mark of 86% was achieved across all courses). 37% of the marks achieved by PLC Sydney students were marks of 90% or greater.  


PLC Sydney takes a balanced approach to delivering excellence in education and is recognised for its outstanding music, drama and sporting results, having one of the most extensive ranges of co-curricular programs available, including visual arts, public speaking, debating, environmental studies, numerous musical ensembles and orchestras, and sports such as tennis, swimming, rowing, diving and gymnastics.  Our service learning programs are some of the most respected in Australia.


The College facilities include state-of-the-art Aquatic Institute, Gymnasium, Performing Arts Complex, Research Centre, Art, Design and Technology Studios and a Centre for Public Speaking.


At PLC Sydney we aim to produce young women of integrity and purpose, who not only achieve outstanding academic results, but also are well-rounded, engaged and confident young women.

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Special Features


Modern and resourceful learning facilities; including heated swimming pool, arts and design centre, 4-storey library, for students to fully develop their potentials.