About Us

About Us

Assemblies

Middle and Senior School Assemblies are held every fortnight. Assemblies are a platform for students to deliver speeches and present items that are close to their hearts. We would like to give you the opportunity view some of these special moments.

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NIDA Open Program

St Hilda’s School is pleased to announce a new partnership with the prestigious, National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), to be the host venue for a series of short courses and workshops to be held during the June/July holidays as part of the NIDA Open program.

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Anglican Faith Connections

St Hilda’s School, an Anglican day and boarding school for girls, was named after Saint Hilda, the seventh century Abbess of Whitby. Hilda was a scholar who established a monastery for women and men at Whitby, located on the coast of England. She was an advocate of equal rights for women and demonstrated compassion for others.

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St Hilda's Ethics Centre

There is increasing recognition that young people today are growing up in a world characterised by multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-religious plurality. Many commentators contend that such rapid change, particularly within the western world, has resulted in societies with little social cohesion and a diminishing sense of common purpose and vision for greater community good.

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Why a Girls' School

A high percentage of women who have become leaders in their field were educated at girls’ schools. Girls perform better at school and in life if they are educated at single-sex schools.

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St Hilda's Learning Institute

With more than 100 courses and collections freely available to the education community via our iTunes U site, St Hilda’s is one of the world’s leading K-12 course providers. The St Hilda’s Learning Institute is about sharing our love for education with the world.

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Global Learning

St Hilda’s School offers opportunities for students to experience a range of educational and real-life adventures in Australia and around the globe. Australia’s largest exchange program, language exchanges, World Challenge, national and international conferences enable our students to travel and see the world!

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Partnerships

Partnerships with organisations and people in the wider community are important connections which we nurture and value highly. We seek to develop a wide range of opportunities for interaction and support between our partners which also benefits our girls and staff in broadening their own experiences.

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Non Nobis Solum

The spirit of St Hilda’s shines when the actions of students of all ages reflect their school motto, Non Nobis Solum – Not For Ourselves Alone. Each year, selfless acts include raising funds for the Anglicare Crisis Centre at Surfers Paradise, Abri Aged Care, Paradise Kids and the Cancer Foundation, to name a few. Students also strive to be global citizens, raising awareness of marginalized communities and participating in global aid and community projects.

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The Chaplaincy Project

One of the great projects of St Hilda's School has been to act in the belief that every girl has a voice. The Chaplaincy Project has been about creating time, place and content for that voice, that it might reflect the school's values of Love, Compassion, Forgiveness, Hope and Grace. We are immensely proud of the way the girls have become involved in leading worship within the school.

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Love, Compassion, Forgiveness, Hope, Grace