Building on the foundations cemented throughout our Junior and Middle Schools, our Senior School sets Saints Girls apart as a leader in education, discovery and wellbeing. It provides extensive academic choice with both the SACE and IB pathways on offer. Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School Kate Mortimer describes the virtues of completing schooling at St Peter’s Girls:
The Senior School guides students from Years 10 – 12 on the last leg of their schooling journey.
The two curriculum pathways, the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) and the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB), provide an outstanding platform for future learning and career pathways. The best course is the one that suits the learning style and future studies of each individual.
Year after year, our Senior School students excel in academics, taking out top prizes at STEM competitions and completing their SACE or IB studies with distinction. Read more about our academic results here.
The curriculum at St Peter’s Girls is delivered by passionate and skilled teachers, led by Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School Kate Mortimer. Kate graduated with Honours in Health and Human Movement Education after completing her Bachelor of Education at the University of Sydney. She has 15+ years’ experience as a Head Teacher and spent a decade at Sydney’s Queenwood School for Girls where she was the Head of Wellbeing. Her expertise in this crucial area has led to the delivery of our new tailored wellbeing program, #EMPOWHER.
St Peter’s Girls furnishes our girls with the tools to become women of character and influence. Outstanding achievement, academically and otherwise, has been a hallmark of our graduates. Countless numbers of Saints Girls go on to realise their aspirations across a host of disciplines, shaping the world of today for the generations of tomorrow.
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