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@Kooyong Ladies Luncheon
20 October 2014
The School's Korowa@Kooyong event is back for its fourth year and it’s going to be a lovely occasion! The luncheon is for all Korowa women – current parents, Korovians, staff, grandparents and friends. This year, we’re encouraging...
Read moreKorowa students make a difference for women
15 October 2014
Korowa Anglican Girls’ School Year 12 Tutor Captains Katherine Latorcai, Sophie Cashin, Antonia Horafiaris and Moriah Russo have completed their most ambitious Make a Difference Project to date as they led their family, friends and members of the...
Read moreKorowa's Japanese language champion
15 September 2014
Korowa Anglican Girls’ School Year 11 student, Claire Winnett, has won first prize in the Kake Trophy Japanese Language Speech Contest. An international student competition, Claire wrote and presented a persuasive and passionate five minute speech...