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Melbourne Girls' College, RichmondCompare
School Facts
School sector:Government
School type:Secondary school
Gender:Single Sex-Girl
Total student:1254 (boy:0, girl:1254)
Total staff:82
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1129, ranks No.254 More ICSEA Ranking...
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VCE rank:No.60 (2015), No.64 (2014), No.72 (2013), No.62 (2012), No.95 (2011), No.62 (2010), No.62 (2009), No.65 (2008)
Address:Yarra Blvd Richmond VIC 3121
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Melbourne Girls' College (MGC) was established in 1994. It is situated in the suburb of Richmond, on a site adjacent to the Yarra River. The College is committed to environmentally sustainable practices. The College has a population of approximately 1250 s... more
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Year 759659658458959334
Year 962764562762662441
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Student - 07 Oct 2020, Rate: poor
teachers care about uniform before everything else. there is a slutty culture carried out - yes sometimes girls have their skirts wayyyyy to short, but not all as some girls like their skirts at a length which doesn't feel like a nun (no offense and stuff) so by not having it at knee length we feel more comfortable in our appearance. yet when teachers make comments about how short they are even when they're nowhere near short's length it kinda grosses us out like what made the teachers feel the need to look at our skirts and think to themselves hmmm that's not on your knee therefore it's too short. i've said it before and i'll say it again - i don't want to look like and feel like a nun, i want to feel comfortable in my appearance by making my skirt slightly shorter than what's specified so that i feel proud to wear the uniform
We're made to sit outside in the cold getting sick. when we come inside to warm up we are once again kicked out to freeze to wait for the bell to ring.
the no bin thing is great - except when you buy your food already packaged and there is no point in transferring said food to a reusable container just to show that your "care about the earth". there are no emergency bins to put rubbish in, in case you couldn't avoid it so i've seen heaps of noodle containers and other plastics either being littered or just left in lockers which makes those lockers gross for whoever has to use them
I had a teacher once who, after a test, would send out the class's average, highest and lowest scores then hand out the tests from highest to lowest. this degraded everyone in the class a bit because we could clearly see how well we were doing within the class. previous students warned my friends and i about this teacher and that the school really does nothing about
By Parent - 24 Nov 2019, Rate: excellent
This school is a girls school that has an excellent academic record. It has enrolments from the Richmond area and all over Melbourne . My daughter completed Year 12 and did very well both academically and socially with a very nice group of friends. She is in 2nd Year Engineering and I attribute a great deal of her success to MGC -- I currently have a Year 8 girl at MGC and she too is loving this excellent school
By Parent - 15 May 2019, Rate: poor
teachers at this school have absolutely no respect for students at all! They have quite recently added a classroom in the school which the call "wellbeing" it is meant to be for students who are having trouble with either school or home life. My daughter was having trouble with one of the teachers here at the school, so she had been going to the wellbeing classroom to discuss the problem and see how she could see this through with the teacher and hopefully resolved the issue. Unfortunately her year level leader banned her from going into the wellbeing office completely. She is now not able to talk to or make any interaction with the psychologists at all when she had made such an effort to get to know these teachers and could really trust her with her problems at school and at home. I think it is absolutely discusting that they would ban her from doing something like this especially if she needed this extra help to be able to concentrate on her school work!
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