An MLC education inspires young women to be the citizens the world needs.

MLC develops confident and articulate young women who have the skills, knowledge, values and attitudes to shape their future and contribute meaningfully to the international community. MLC is committed to providing a challenging, enriching, safe and supportive learning environment through our core values of responsibility, respect and compassion.

MLC:

  • Fosters intellectual, spiritual and personal development of MLC girls and young women so they develop the tools necessary to lead meaningful and enjoyable lives.
  • Provides a broad and challenging academic curriculum to support students in achieving excellence.
  • Offers an extensive co-curricular program that ensures students identify their strengths and develop skills such as teamwork, leadership, creativity and enterprise.
  • Develops independent, adaptable thinkers with a passion for learning, the courage to take risks and the initiative to apply what is learned.
  • Provides a caring, supportive and child-safe community in all school environments for all students.
  • Develops a sense of self-worth and identity for students as well as the resilience required to grow through life’s challenges.
  • Develops young women of conscience, compassion and responsibility with the ability to make positive choices in life.
  • Engages respectfully and responsibly with Australia’s Indigenous people, culture and country, and is committed to continuous learning in this area.
  • Contributes to social justice by forging community and global partnerships, valuing diversity and developing cultural awareness.
  • Raises awareness, respect and responsibility for our natural environment.
  • Honours the values of MLC’s Christian heritage whilst celebrating and nurturing spirituality and other faiths.
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Acknowledgement of Country 

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MLC acknowledges, recognises and respects the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, the Gunaikurnai people and the Bidawal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which MLC Kew, MLC Banksia and MLC Marshmead respectively stand.
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July 30, 2019
Model UN Assembly
We were delighted to once again host this debate, with over 100 students from 8 schools taking part!
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July 29, 2019
Art Exhibition
MLC is fortunate to be currently displaying numerous works from many prominent Australian artists - make sure you have a look next time you're on campus!
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June 19, 2019
GEN+ Talks
All Year 9-12 students are invited to attend GEN+ Talks, a student-run day of inspirational and powerful talks given by 11 students and 3 teachers!
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