I can. I will.
Since its foundation in 1890, Korowa Anglican Girls' School in Melbourne has been consistently recognised for its all-round excellence. Korowa focuses on each individual student, seeking to create an environment in which all students are encouraged, challenged and inspired to reach their full potential, wherever that may lie.
Message from the Principal
Welcome to our School! I love being at Korowa, as every day is exciting. Korowa is over 120 years old and has a great deal of tradition, but is always looking towards the future. All Korowa students are encouraged to 'have a go' and they do! I am proud of our high quality teaching and wonderful facilities, but I am prouder of all that our students achieve.
Korowa students receive Premier's VCE Awards
05 June 2013
Three students from Korowa’s Class of 2012 will be awarded a Premier’s VCE Award at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre today. Wennyi Ding (Further Mathematics), Gwen Young (Geography) and Danica Joseph (Specialist Mathematics) have...
Korowa students attend Olympics for the mind
04 June 2013
Korowa Anglican Girls’ School congratulates Year 11 student Eliza Janssen, Year 10 student Vivienne Bear and Year 9 student Bethia Sun who have been chosen to represent Australia at the international finals of the Future Problem Solving Program at America’s...
Korovians awarded 2013 Freemasons Scholarships
27 May 2013
Korowa Anglican Girls' School would like to congratulate 2012 Year 12 students Madeleine Wemyss and Gwen Young after both were awarded Freemasons Victoria Post Secondary Scholarship Awards. The awards recognise Madeleine and Gwen’s academic results...