Upcoming Events

We invite you to come and experience Strathcona. Our Early Learning Centre, Junior School and Senior School will be open for you to tour. Registrations are essential, please register your details on our Open Morning registration page.
Applications for 2022 Academic and Music Scholarships are open now. Testing will take place on Saturday 13 March, 2021, and we invite you to read more about our Scholarships and apply to participate by visiting our Scholarship page. Please note that this is subject to change due to COVID-19 and we will communicate any changes.

Strathcona Stories

Principal, Mrs Marise McConaghy reflects on remote learning in CIO Magazine. 2020 was a year of fast learning, adaptability and a myriad new skills development. “…students have learnt to use a wide range of new technologies and tools in the remote learning context, and in the process they’ve developed new skills and have been able to exert greater autonomy over their learning” and teachers have had the opportunity to rethink and reframe their role from “…less as ‘knowledge delivery systems’ and more as mentors, guides and collaborators.” Read more about the transformation of 2020.
This year we are proud to present Associate Professor Amanda Whitfort ('87) with the Strathcona Medal. Amanda is a shining example of alumnae who has a positive impact on our world. She has made significant legislative and policy changes for animal rights in Hong Kong and continues to do good work in Animal Law.
Deciding whether or not to send your child to early learning is one of a parent’s most important considerations, especially at this time of the year. If you’re still on the fence about it, that’s ok, many parents are. After all, it’s a very personal decision and one that doesn’t have a right or wrong answer.
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To become unstoppable, a girl must first be set into motion

Strathcona is a catalyst of a life changing momentum, ensuring each girl discovers a trajectory as unique and full of potential as she is.

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