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We, the Our Lady of Sion College community, acknowledge that we stand on what was, is and always will be Aboriginal land.
We pay our respects to the Wurundjeri people, their Elders past and present and emerging and commit ourselves to be concerned always for justice, truth, reconciliation and peace for all people.

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Our College

Why Choose
Our Lady of Sion College?

At Our Lady of Sion College, our students always come first.

Our College community prides itself on the fact that every student is named and known. ‘Inclusion’ is at the heart of everything we do.

From the moment they join our community, our students are encouraged to achieve.

The benefit of sending your daughter to an all-girls school is that there is no stigma about our students participating in the full range of subjects on offer. Indeed, our Denise O’Hara Science Academy is a unique extension program that challenges our students to consider aviation, robotics, conservation and a wide range of other STEM options as real possibilities for their futures. Research supports the fact that girls in a single-sex environment perform better than girls in a co-educational setting.


Our staff are committed to the pursuit of excellence.

Students benefit from the personalised learning experience and support provided by our staff both during class and beyond the classroom door. Additionally, the College is committed to the ongoing learning of not only our students but also our staff, with generous professional learning practices in place to ensure staff also continue to grow and learn.

The opportunities for growth and learning at Our Lady of Sion come in many different forms.

From public speaking competitions to our award-winning voice and instrumental ensembles; from ballroom dancing to AFL umpiring: every opportunity is embraced at Sion as a chance for learning to happen.

Our VCE results support this, with students consistently outperforming the state average.

More importantly, when our Year 12 students leave our College, they have developed into young adults filled with hope for the future, imbued with humility and yet confident in themselves and their abilities.

They leave us to become pilots and scientists, lawyers and designers, dreamers and achievers. They leave with the courage to speak up and the wisdom to understand justice.

But most of all they leave knowing that they are forever part of a caring community that will support them through whatever life has to offer.