We were always encouraged to strive for the highest.
Dr Rachel Harris 1996
I have formed friendships that have lasted over 70 years and have fond memories of my teachers.
Allison Dunn (Norton) 1942
When somebody asks me what school I go to and if I enjoy it, I beam a smile and reply with "I love my school"! I reply with this because I have made so many memories through MLC which I know I will cherish forever, and MLC has helped shaped me into the lady I am today.
Year 12 student
After many years of not revisiting my old school, I was delighted to see some of the incredible changes when I attended the superbly organised Long Table Luncheon on Sunday afternoon. I encountered a young Collegian who is currently employed as a personal trainer at the College gym. This young lady helped to make my day. To hear that our School has embraced not only the academic advancement of the students but also realises the importance of directed physical activity to their well-being is so heartening.
Jennifer Olsen (Verrall) 1987
MLC challenged me to push myself and taught me to always do my best and I learned that everybody is good at something.
Suzanne Daubney (Gibson) 1988
I am eternally grateful for meeting my lovely group of friends at MLC. It was the place that set the foundation of friendship that has lasted 23 years so far.
Vanessa Carson 1994
Like a very well tended garden, the MLC Boarding House is a magical and peaceful place that is raising and nurturing our daughter into an independent young woman with a healthy vigour for life. MLC’s beautiful surroundings and the caring and dedicated staff collectively encourage our daughter to bloom physically, emotionally and socially. As her parents, there is nothing more comforting or special than watching this miracle unfold from afar and knowing that unequivocally, she’s in the right place.
Collegian and parent of a Year 11 student
The girls love the new Community Bus service and prefer the bus to being driven. It is very reassuring that my daughter (and all of the girls) have felt so comfortable in what was her first experience of getting to school independently. Parents love the bus – it has given me multiple extra hours in my week, which is something all of the parents are saying.
Parent of a Year 7 student
Working with refugees and encountering hostility, xenophobia and distrust, I was struck by how much MLC instilled a kind of take-for-granted acceptance of other cultures and races.
Dr Annie Sparrow 1985
MLC was a place where I discovered my leadership potential and self-confidence and these have encouraged me to step up when it comes to taking initiative. I learnt at MLC that if you work and study hard, you will be rewarded with good results.
Cherie Graziotti 2001