MLC School Alumnae

We love to hear about what is happening in the lives of our many alumnae, who now live all over the world.

The school has produced our first edition of Collegiate magazine, specifically for our Old Girls. We continue to produce Lucis, which contains articles about the contemporary life of the school. If you would like to update your details to receive these MLC School publications, or just to let us know what’s happening in your life, career or family, please use the buttons below.

For more information on the Old Girls Union and recent Reunions, please click on the links.

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Our stories – our alumnae

For over 130 years MLC School has been the educational foundation for many outstanding women.

MLC School alumnae have been pioneers and frontrunners in fields as diverse as science, the arts, politics, sport, medicine, the media, academia, business and the law.

For some, their achievements are writ large on the public stage, while for others, the arena may be quieter but their impact and influence on others has been just as immense.

Some of our stories come from young women who are just beginning to make their way in the world, while others come from those who can look back on many years. What unites the women of MLC School is a strong sense of service to others, compassion, and an ability to rise to meet the challenges of life that is quite distinct and quite remarkable.

To read some of our MLC School stories, past and present, please click here.

Do you know of any other MLC School Old Girls who should be featured on Outstanding Alumni?

We want to include everyone, and if there is an Old Girl whose achievements should be celebrated, please contact the Archivist, Barbara Hoffman on 8741 3214 or bhoffman@mlcsyd.nsw.edu.au

Coming issues of Collegiate will focus on the achievements of Old Girls in the law, politics, business, media, sports and the arts.

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Lucis Magazine, Summer 2017

The magazine of the MLC School Family

  • 2018 Captains
  • Farewell Mrs Louise Robert-Smith
  • Building Our Future

PDF of magazine can be found here.