MLC’s educational success is underpinned by the strong relationships the College forges with current parents.

The Methodist Ladies' College Parents' Association provides opportunities for parents to support their daughter’s education and enjoy engagement with the College community through involvement in a wide range of events and special interest groups.

All MLC parents automatically become members of the Parents' Association and are welcome to attend meetings, which take place once or twice a Term.

As well as roles such as Year Level Representative, a range of MLC Parents’ Association special interest groups enable parents to make a contribution to the life of MLC in an area of particular interest.

These special interest groups include:

  • Friends of Art
  • Friends of Music
  • Friends of Dramatic Arts
  • Silver Star Rowing Club
  • Friends of Snow Sports
  • MLC Kayak Club
  • Junior School Parents’ Committee
  • Boarders Parents’ Committee
  • Deaf Integration Support Group
  • Dance Committee
  • Year Level Representatives
  • International Parents' Committee

Current families have access to the parent portal MYMLCFamily which contains information relevant to their daughter/s' learning as well general information about the College. 

The MLC Parents’ Association looks forward to welcoming you into the MLC community.

The Parents’ Association is a wonderful opportunity to foster new relationships with other parents as well as organising social activities and keeping in touch with what other teens are involved in.
Eileen Khoo, MLC parent.

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