Established at the turn of last century, Lauriston Girls' School’s campus features an interesting mix of traditional Victorian and modern architecture. Building works have been commissioned throughout the School's history ensuring that Lauriston's facilities keep pace with modern learning while remaining true to its past.

The School's main Armadale campus - home for our Early Learning, Junior School and Senior School students - features open plan, purpose-built and tailored learning and extra-curricular spaces.

Students have access to sporting facilities including a playing field, gymnasium, tennis courts and a swimming pool. They also have access to purpose-built music, art and performing arts precincts comprising an auditorium, studios and break-out and performance spaces.

The Science and Resource Centre houses dedicated lab spaces, technician rooms and the Australian-first FabLab@School space developed in collaboration with Stanford University Graduate School of Education.

The Senior School library and IT labs are also located in this building.

All girls share the school canteen, 'The Refectory,' and have access to a varied menu and hot and cold meals prepared daily.

Early Learning students study in two renovated homes that have indoor and outdoor play spaces and easy access to the School’s larger facilities. Prep - Year 2 students study at Blairholme, a renovated Victorian home built in 1887 and Year 7 and 8 are co-located within the Lilian Bayly Centre.

Our Year 9 students study at the Howqua Campus and enjoy environmentally sustainable, modern administration, accommodation, learning and social facilities.

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