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.
Korowa in the news - Celebrating the past with a focus on the future
22 June 2015
Korowa's Principal, Mrs Christine Jenkins was interviewed by The Age for their Independent Schools' feature in Sunday's paper. The article highlighted Korowa's long history of 125 years and its ability to stay relevant as a leader in...
Read moreKorowa opens new Chapel
17 June 2015
Korowa celebrated the opening and dedication of their new chapel on Tuesday 16 June with students, Staff and friends. The new chapel was dedicated by the Archbishop of Melbourne, The Most Reverend Dr Philip Freier and was named the John Wilson Memorial...
Read moreKorowa Students recognised with Premier's VCE Awards
03 June 2015
We are delighted that two of our students are recipients of Premier's VCE Awards which were announced at a special ceremony today at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Joelle Tan (Year 12, 2014) received two Premier's Awards for...