Giving

Giving to Collegiate's future, today

For over 125 years, Collegiate has empowered young women to make a difference in the world.

Collegiate graduates are dreaming big and creating change around the world every day.  They are leaders in engineering, health and medical sciences, visual and performing arts, food production, linguistics, banking and finance, law, environmental and agricultural sciences.

All of this excellence began with an exceptional, values-based education at St Michael's Collegiate School.

The generosity of the Collegiate community has played an important role in the development of Collegiate. In past years, donations from parents and Old Girls have brought to life the Pool and Gymnasium complex, the McNeill Performing Arts Centre, the art studios, and most recently, the Emily Centre – a 21st century state-of-the-art learning hub for girls.

Collegiate is daring to imagine again. A major upgrade of our Science classrooms will bring to life a 21st-century learning centre to prepare current and future students for their roles in STEM careers. We ask you, as parents, as Old Girls and as valued members of the Collegiate community to invest in the future of Collegiate STEM education – not just for the benefit of your daughters, granddaughters and future students, but for the benefit of the global community where Collegiate women will continue to make their mark.

We know that aside from being an inspiring place in which to learn, great facilities also draw inspiring people to a workplace. Collegiate is proud to announce that in 2017, Science and Mathematics teacher, Mr Glenn Carmichael, was recognised as an Apple Distinguished Educator – one of only 22 teachers across the country.

Please consider donating today. We welcome your support for the Collegiate science facilities upgrade, our libraries, scholarships or building funds. You can make a donation by downloading the Giving Form below, or by contacting Head of Philanthropy, Ms Lisa Harris, via (03) 6211 4973 or email.

Take a moment to view a selection of our remarkable Old Girls. Each has her own unique story. View the Inspiring Old Girls Gallery.

Giving Form

Giving Form

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“As well as being fantastic places to learn in, great facilities tend to draw inspiring people to a workplace.”

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Dr Anthea Rhodes (Class of 1996)
Paediatrician at The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne and Director of the Australian Child Health Poll
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“The majority of jobs moving forward will be underpinned by the capabilities of STEM-related theory and practice. These skills will set you apart and open doors that you won’t believe.”

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Ms Penny Griffits (Class of 1995)
Head of Commercial - Manufactured Chemicals