A School with Endless Possibilities
We embody our values of Courage, Integrity and Compassion and are proud of our modern inclusive community where all families are welcome.
Since 1892 we have been the leading Anglican girls’ school in the heart of Hobart, Tasmania.
We are shaped by our Christian foundation and provide exceptional learning opportunities from the early learning years through to Year 12.
Our staff and community are creative, inclusive and caring. Together we nurture the wellbeing of our students and encourage and inspire them to achieve the best possible outcome on their individual academic pathway, and grow as intellectually curious, compassionate, and resilient young people with leadership skills, who accept, work well with and care for others.
St Michael’s Collegiate School is a learning community based on the Christian faith that values its people, its place and its potential
Our Vision: To empower every student to embrace the fullness of life
Our Purpose: To learn bravely, together
Our Values: Courage, Integrity and Compassion.
Our Motto: Beati Mundo Corde from Matthew 5:8-10 translates as ‘blessed (are those) with a pure heart’.
Mental Health First Aid Course
118 of our employees have successfully passed the Mental Health First Aid course. Mika Browning is to be commended for leading the training. This training is so important, which is why we encourage all our staff to complete the course.
Supporting our young people who may suffer with mental health is a team effort. Mika will also be running the Teen Mental Health First Aid for Years 8 and 10 next year and we are hoping to offer a course for parents as well.
Acknowledgement to Country
St Michael’s Collegiate School is committed to recognising the significance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories and traditions. Our future is committed to reinforcing the values of inclusion, respect and diversity in all our actions through the process of reconciliation and empowerment. We acknowledge the muwinina people as the first inhabitants of nipaluna, the land on which our school stands