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St Michael’s Collegiate is a leading Anglican girls' school set in idyllic grounds in the heart of the beautiful city of Hobart in Tasmania. We are just a short stroll from Salamanca Market, the vibrant waterfront precinct and the CBD. Collegiate provides exceptional learning opportunities for girls from the Early Learning Years through to Year 12. Our mission is to seek excellence through a creative, dynamic and connected environment offering outstanding preparation for today and tomorrow.
Explore the powerful learning experiences offered at Collegiate and encourage your daughter to be all that she can be.
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This trip helped to create and strengthen relationships because you have to work as a team to sail a boat and learn about something that no one had much prior experience with so we were all equal. Also, you are stuck on a boat with the same people for five days in a small space so you learn to make it work and enjoy getting up on deck.
Year 9 camp was a memory and experience that I will never forget, I enjoyed every single moment of it and I am so grateful to get the opportunity to do the activities that I did."
Ever since I arrived at Collegiate the one thing I have appreciated is the unlimited opportunities that are available to me. I have always been grateful for everything Collegiate has provided me with.
Over the years that I’ve been here the sense of belonging and family has been a constant. Your sense of place is always strong, it’s just a great place to be."
I chose an all girls’ school because it develops my confidence."
Every girl deserves a quality education. My school is helping me reach my full potential by challenging me every day."
Collegiate doesn’t hand me success, it provides me with opportunity to create my own success."
When you educate a woman, you educate an entire family."
Not only do I learn more – I am helped to know how to learn"
Participating in the Oratory program has allowed me to find my voice. It’s an opportunity to express my thoughts and passions – and learn how to express them well."