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On this site you will find information about our ex-students and joining the ESU, Ex-Students' Union. 

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Our ex-students are a diverse group of individuals who live and work across the globe and have interesting stories to tell about their time at PLC Sydney, as well as their journeys after graduation. 

Many have made, and continue to make, their mark and achieve excellence in a variety of fields such as business, medicine, arts, government and the not for profit sector. Others continue to learn, discover, lead, create, innovate and make a difference not only in the lives of their families but also in their wider communities. Here are just some of their stories.

Graduate Stories


Spotlight on Robyn McBride
30 Sep 2020
Learn about pharmacist and business owner Robyn McBride
Spotlight on Mayrah Sonter
23 Sep 2020
Learn about powerhouse businesswoman and community leader Mayrah Sonter
Vale Dr Catherine Hamlin
19 Mar 2020
2012 School Captain Jessey Blake shares the impact Dr Hamlin had upon her life.
Getting to know 2019 ESU Scholarship Recipient Chloe Houseman
11 Dec 2019
Getting to know 2019 ESU Scholarship Recipient Chloe Houseman
Honouring Audrey Keown OAM, address by ESU President Marina Clark
9 Nov 2019
ESU President Marina Clark's speech from the Honouring Audrey Keown OAM event on Saturday 9 November 2019.
Remembering Freda Whitlam, address by Jane Smyth (Daly)
22 Feb 2018
Address by Jane Smyth, PLC Sydney, 1 September, 2018
The Schroers
Anne Schroers (Teo) is working hard to help end world poverty
22 Feb 2018
Microlend Australia helps people who earn less than $2.50/day by giving them a small loan to create their own profitable business
Patricia Lawson OAM
Patricia Lawson OAM
20 Feb 2018
Patricia Lawson OAM for service to the community and advocate for women's rights.
Nina Funnell, 2017 Walkley Award winner
23 Nov 2017
Nina Funnell, class of 2001, was awarded a Walkley Our Watch Award for Best Journalism Campaign of the Year (with Eryk Bagshaw from the Sydney Morning Herald) for their continued reporting on cover up ...
Johanna Bell wins the 2017 Book of the Year; Early Childhood
21 Aug 2017
Johanna Bell, 1999 School Captain, has won the 2017 early childhood Book of the Year, for 'Go Home, Cheeky Animals!' - a funny, uplifting and beautifully written tale about family, home and place.
Katie Higgins, breaks the mould
22 May 2017
Katie Higgins, class of 2012, is a member of the Australian Defence Force and a terrific example of women breaking the mould in what is still considered a very masculine world.
Professor Katherine Belov plays Devils' Advocate
14 Nov 2016
Professor Katherine Belov, class of 1991, is the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Global Engagement) at the University of Sydney

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