Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney is a day and boarding school for girls from Reception (pre-Kindergarten) to Year 12, offering a broad curriculum to students from a diverse range of backgrounds. Founded in 1888 and situated at Croydon, the College is set within 4.4 hectares of landscaped grounds and retains its nineteenth century heritage buildings and gardens alongside modern state-of-the-art facilities.

PLC Sydney aims to educate young women from the basis of a Christian world view to make a difference in a rapidly changing global society. Its graduates are confident, caring, accomplished young women who make a fine contribution to society and who carry a genuine concern for the welfare of others.

The College is home to approximately 1300 students and has accommodation for up to sixty-five boarders. Boarders achieve their academic best and broaden their horizons in an intimate, supportive, caring environment. The Boarding House offers full and weekly boarding for students in Years 7 to 12, with access to the outstanding school facilities including an indoor aquatic institute and performing arts centre.

PLC Sydney is widely recognised in Australia and overseas for developing innovative educational initiatives and providing a world class education. Approximately half the students who sit the Higher School Certificate (HSC) gain an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR, previously known as UAI) of 90 or higher and students leave school to pursue a wide range of career opportunities.

In association with PLC Armidale