​Some excellent dance results at the recent AASCF Winterfest Competition for Lowther girls! Our Senior Hip Hop Team won the entire hip hop division, the Junior Hip Hop Team placed 1st in their division, and our lyrical dance teams performed extremely well with the Junior Team placing second in their division. Well done, girls!

We thank our Old Grammarian visitors today, who took part in the Year 11 Leadership Conference! They educated girls about their careers spanning health and medicine, law, finance, performing arts, design, and engineering.

​Be inspired by our Class of 2018 student, Maryam! She received a prestigous Premier's VCE Award yesterday for her perfect study score in Psychology. The video below was screened at the ceremony, and showcases Maryam's VCE journey with her Lowther Hall psychology teacher, Miss Sarah Woodhouse. Congratulations, Maryam!

Congratulations to our Year 8 girls who are the only students in Australia to have received a perfect score in their category of CSIRO's computational and algorithmic thinking competition - the 'Bebras Challenge'. Well done, Juliet, Liliana, Alice, and Niyati!

Congratulations to our Lowther Hall Big Band for their second place win at the Mt Gambier 'Generations in Jazz' Festival! The girls competed against hundreds of students from schools around Australia over the weekend in this popular and prestigious event.

One of the many ways we connect Old Grammarians with current Lowther students is by holding guest speaker events. The annual Year 7 'Lowther Stories' morning provides girls with the opportunity to hear about life as a Lowther girl from Old Grammarians who attended our School from the 1930s to the 1990s. Thank you Anne, Mary, Lois, and Sarah!

It was a joyous morning today at Lowther Hall as we held our "Blessing of the Animals"! Girls in Grant House brought pet dogs (and a brave guinea pig) to the blessing held by our Chaplains, Reverend Emily and Reverend Fiona, and we gave thanks for them and the animals of the world.

​In celebration of International Women’s Day we were delighted to be able to join with more than 200 members of the School Community for the annual Lowther Women Lunch on Thursday last week, where past and present students, staff, parents, board members, donors and friends of the School enjoyed a two course meal and a wonderful presentation by a panel of Lowther Women addressing the theme of “Balance for Better”.

Congratulations to Clarke for winning the Senior School House Peforming Arts Competition! Entirely student led, the girls write, dance, sing, act and stage manage a musical based on a theme, which this year was: "Take a walk on the wild side".