Mrs Vicki Waters commences as Principal.
Mrs Gillian Moore retires after 18 years of dedicated service to the College.
Angela Cummine (1999) is awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, the first Pymble girl to receive such an honour.
Pymble creates history by being the first school in IGSSA to win the triple in basketball. We also win the Head of the River point score for the tenth successive year.
The Leadership and Performance Scholarship for Indigenous Students is established.
For charity, girls knit 1,500 jumpers, swim 82 kilometres for the World Swim Against Malaria, and male staff sport moustaches for the 30 days of Movember.
Pymble is named as one of the top five boarding schools beyond the UK, the only girls’ school and the only Australian school on the list.
The School House system is expanded to create a stronger sense of spirit, identity and participation along with increased leadership opportunities. Ingleholme, Thomas, Wylie, Bennett, Hammond were added to the original Houses existing Marden, Goodlet and Lang.
Mrs Evonne Goolagong Cawley, ex-student, becomes patron of the Indigenous Education Program.
Quentin Bryce, AC is Guest of Honour at the Senior School Speech Night.