History of SchoolSince 1928, Preston Girls Secondary College has been a proud and respected provider of education and training opportunities for girls.
Our College respects its history and traditions whilst maintaining a focus on preparing our students to meet the challenges and opportunities of the future. Preston Girls Secondary College is characterised by a diversity of social, ethnic and language backgrounds within its community.
The College is progressively building a culture of understanding and acceptance which promises for students the development of multi-faceted and global perspectives.
Our College provides a safe and secure learning environment where girls can engage with their peers and dedicated staff in programs and activities designed to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to take their place confidently in society.
Our young women are encouraged and inspired to be leaders within the college and wider community. The key focus is on learning. Preston Girls Secondary College has high expectations of students and strives for excellence. We are committed to the realisation of each girl’s potential as part of her preparation for pathways beyond school.
Our College provides a broad range of learning programs and co-curricular activities for girls which ensures that individual learning needs and interests are addressed.
Preston Girls Secondary College is a single campus, year 7-12 government girls’ school. Established in 1928, the college, located in the centre of Preston, provides for a very diverse multicultural community.