Pymble Ladies’ College believes in a balanced educational experience. In supporting the academic curriculum, the co-curricular activities program provides a platform on which students grow into healthy, capable and confident adults.

The wide range of programs allows students a pathway to develop their talent and skills in a safe, informative and friendly environment. Our activities are directed towards character development and unique learning opportunities for valuable life lessons and universal values – teamwork, self-discipline and hard work.

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Film at Pymble allows our students to engage in the process of film making, both through co-curricular and curricular avenues. Starting as early as Kindergarten and continuing through to Year 12, Pymble’s students have the opportunity to create a wide range of films.

With the College’s dedicated audio-visual facilities, students are able to equip themselves with the skills and experience needed for the professional film industry.

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Pymble Elite Sportswomen’s Program

The Pymble Elite Sportswomen’s program was established in 2007 following the success of ex-Pymble student and dual-international athlete Ellyse Perry. Recognising the need to support students who compete at elite levels to meet academic demands, the program aims to identify, nurture, recognise and support Pymble students who have unique sporting talents as part of the philosophy of a “personalised education”.

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Pymble sets the standard in girls’ school sporting prowess. Year after year, and in numerous sports, activities and age groups, Pymble students achieve truly outstanding results while conducting themselves with grace and fairness.

From fitness-training before school, to state and international-level competitions, Pymble’s sports and activities program offers something for every student.

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Economics, Commerce and Financial Literacy


With discussion of economic issues dominating media and politics, the study of economics allows students to make informed judgements about issues and policies. It allows students to participate responsibly in economic, political or social decision-making.


Studying Commerce provides students with a solid framework to better understand the relationship between society’s major institutions – financial, legal, economic or business.

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Technology and Applied Studies

Pymble’s Technology and Applied Studies (TAS) program provides students with the skills, knowledge and interest to successfully work and respond within a rapidly changing world. Areas of study within TAS include Technology, Food Technology, Textiles Technology, Textiles and Design and Hospitality. Dressmaking and woodwork are offered as co-curricular courses.

Our students benefit from a range of outstanding specialist TAS facilities, including a commercial-standard kitchen that allows Pymble to offer a TAFE-accredited VET course in Hospitality.

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Science provides a distinctive view and way of thinking about the world around us. An ever-evolving area of study, Science allows students to better understand and explain a variety of phenomena, and enable sense to be made of the biological, physical and technological world.

At Pymble, Science between Years 7 to 10 is an integrated course, one that involves Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Earth and Environmental Science. This course prepares students for more specialised offerings in Years 11 and 12.

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Religion & Ethics

As a school of the Uniting Church in Australia, Pymble Ladies’ College provides for the religion and ethics education of its students. It does this through a study of Christianity focusing on the person Jesus Christ, the importance of the Bible and God’s message of love and reconciliation. In line with the inclusive nature of the Uniting Church and its commitment to interfaith dialogue, Religion and Ethics also provides for the study and comparison of other faith traditions and philosophies.

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