Lauriston Girls' School

In Australia, the independent school sector makes up about a third of the private school (non-public, non-government or non-state school) sector. The Catholic school sector makes up the remaining two thirds. The private school sector is 30% of all Australian schools including public, Catholic and government selective schools. Unlike catholic schools, independent schools are not affiliated with any church or other agency. Independent schools have highest fees but they have excellent academic performance, better facilities and richer co-curriculum programs. They are generally open entry unlike non-selective public schools which have school zones or catchment. They (parents) have higher social economic background. Find your ideal independent or private school here. Tip: Find and compare Year 12 and primary / secondary school results / trends at School Ranking Home
School Details | Update
Course Range (Levels)K-12
Co-EducationGirls
DenominationNon-denominational
Students (approximate)940
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Special Purpose 

Lauriston offers innovative education for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12. Our students are offered a wide range of programs, including a choice of VCE or IB at Years 11 & 12. In addition to helping students achieve outstanding academic results, our hands-on learning programs and focus on arts, music, sport and community service help our students to develop the skills, values and knowledge they will need to pursue their dreams and make a positive contribution to society.

A Proud Tradition - Lauriston



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Contact Person   
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Phone 0398647555     
Address 38 Huntingtower Road, Armadale  VIC  3143
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Academic Results and Trend

Year 12 ATAR |

Results

The graduating class of 2017 achieved fantastic results, with 84% of students achieving an ATAR of 80.00 or above. The median ATAR achieved was 94.60 and, overall:

  • 14% of students were in the top 1% of the state with an ATAR of 99 and above
  • 46% of students were in the top 5% of the state with an ATAR of 95 and above
  • 66% of students were in the top 10% of the state with an ATAR of 90 and above
  • 84% of students were in the top 20% of the state with an ATAR of 80 and above

ATARs
IB and VCE
2011–2017

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Historical academic results


Scholarships

Scholarships for 2019 commencement