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.
Twilight Fair was fun for all
02 March 2015
The Twilight Fair last Friday was a great success and a lovely community get-together. Throughout the day, we watched as rides were built, marquees appeared and stalls took shape. The excitement could be felt across the School. The school day ended in...
Read moreLeaders for 2015 take their place
20 February 2015
Congratulations to all our Year 12 students who were officially inducted this week at the our 2015 Induction and Commissioning Service. Mrs Kellie Lyneham was commissioned as Deputy Principal – Student Wellbeing and Reverend Fiona Raike was...
Read moreKorowa featured in The Age article "Everyone has a chance to shine"
16 February 2015
Principal of Korowa Anglican Girls' School, Mrs Christine Jenkins, was interviewed by The Age recently seeking her advice for prospective parents researching school options. Mrs Jenkins says "The best time to see the school is when it's full...