- Old Scholars
Congratulations to our Year 12 students
• 18.5% of students in top 1% nationally
• 48.2% of students in top 5% nationally
Dates for the next School Tours are:
Thursday 25 May at 9am and Saturday 24 June at 9am.
By making a bequest to St Peter’s Girls’ School, you give a gift that makes a difference beyond your lifetime. Leaving a bequest helps to ensure the School’s success is secure for future generations of girls and enables initiatives and opportunities to be embraced by our students of today and tomorrow.
For many people, a bequest is a way of making a more significant gift than may have been possible during their lifetime. A bequest is a gift specified in your Will. Through a bequest, you can make a gift that will contribute to the future of the School whilst still enjoying your assets during your lifetime.
The Scholastica Society
The Bequest Society is named in honour of Sister Scholastica who is a key figure at St Peter’s Girls’ School and her name is well known amongst the wider School community. We believe that Sister Scholastica reflects the history of the School and connects with future generations whilst acknowledging the importance of the Sisters of the Community of the Church. The logo was designed to feature a violet flower emblem as a symbol of her birth name of “Violet Ferris”. The violet flower is universally known as a symbol of faithfulness and promise which has a lovely resonance with the generosity of bequests.
Becoming a Society Member
The Scholastica Society has been established to acknowledge and honour in their lifetime, those who offer a commitment through a Bequest. Although many of our current families, past families, old scholars and friends give regularly to the School Foundation we are aware that others would like to make a bequest in their will. Anyone who notifies us of a bequest in her or his will becomes a member of the Scholastica Society and will receive a membership pin.
Society members are invited to special functions at the School, associated with School events, such as art shows, drama productions and music concerts. We particularly wish to involve society members in events that interest you.The Scholastica Society allows us to thank you discretely for your support. No one needs to know why you are at these functions.
Expressing your interest
We are pleased to know of your intentions to make a bequest. We will respect this with complete discretion and the degree of acknowledgement that you wish.
Should you be happy to be acknowledged, it is likely your gift will encourage others to make similar commitments “One step leads to another.”
You can bequeath a specific sum of money, a percentage of your estate or a ‘residual’ amount. Bequests can also be of real estate, shares, life insurance policies, jewellery, art or antiques.
You can include a bequest in a new will or add a codicil to an existing will. We strongly recommend you consult a lawyer to discuss your intentions and your lawyer may contact us for appropriate wording.
Please consider how you can support this important work.
For further information about Bequest giving please contact:
Phone: 0407 394 183
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