In 2016, Perth College celebrates 100 years of educating girls on the Mount Lawley campus.
One hundred Old Girls who have a current connection to PC, whether that be through a daughter, grand-daughter, niece or other relative enrolled at the School this year, marked this milestone at a special assembly during Term One.
Five Old Girls spoke about their school days, including Colleen Johnson and her mother, Judith Allen. For Colleen (who boarded from 1984 to 1988) and Judith (who was schooled at PC from 1958 to 1960), four generations of girls from their families have attended PC. Colleen remembers unlimited supplies of Milo and toast with peanut butter as a privilege for the Year 12s while Judith said the uniform was strictly enforced and Sister Shirley was fond of trying to catch the girls out.
Colleen's daughters are both PC girls - Emily was Head Boarder in 2013 while Amber currently serves on the Boarders' Executive.