St Catherine’s Old Girls continue to inspire generations of girls with their success, determination and abilities across a multitude of career paths and industries. Congratulations to the following four Old Girls who have recently achieved great success in their chosen careers:

Olivia Menzies (’15)

Olivia, who studied English and Literature at St Catherine’s, recently won the Melbourne Arts Student’s Society Writing Competition for her beautifully crafted short story, City Magnetic. To read the full story please click here.

Kate Stewart (’01)

kate-on-the-jobOwner of the successful events company, En Pointe Events, Kate was recently featured by the University of Melbourne as an example of what hard work, commitment and studying can provide. To read how Kate, in her first year of business, is set to turnover $2 million dollars click here.

Elysée Dubois and Georgie Gleeson (’16)

img_2937Last week, both Elysée and Georgie received Collegiate Excellence Scholarships from Bond University.

The scholarships provide half of all tuition fees for the duration of their degrees and is testament to the hard work of both of these students during their School years.