Partner Schools

Trinity Grammar School, Summer Hill

Meriden and Trinity Grammar School are the Anglican schools of Sydney's inner western suburbs. Students from Meriden and Trinity Grammar participate in a number of joint activities including a Student Christian Camp, cadets, sport, musical productions and social events. Many of the brothers of Meriden girls attend Trinity Grammar, and Meriden operates a bus service to transport girls to and from Trinity in the morning and afternoon. More information about Trinity Grammar School.

All Hallows’ School, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland

The exchange program between Meriden and All Hallows focuses on providing ongoing competition for the Meriden Waterpolo squad. Meriden girls travel to Brisbane or host the All Hallows' girls in Sydney and engage in an interschool competition. They also have extra skills training to develop their Water Polo skills.

Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School, England

Established in 1585, Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School is a school for girls and boys located in Lincolnshire, England. The school is one of Meriden’s partner schools in learning. Students and teachers from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar School visit Meriden each year to experience teaching and learning at our school. For more information about Queen Elizabeth’s visit www.queenelizabeths.co.uk

Ruyton Girls’ School, Victoria

From 2013, Meriden’s Year 8 girls have had the opportunity to participate in an exchange program with Ruyton Girls’ School which is located in Kew, Victoria. Ruyton is a medium-size school with an excellent reputation in the education of girls and young women.

Saint Jacques de Compostelle, France

In 2014 Meriden established a sister school relationship with St Jacques de Compostelle (SJDC for short) school in France - a private Catholic High School located in the city of Dax, close to the cities of Biarritz, Bayonne and Bordeaux. The school has approximately 900 students and is ranked as the top school in the Aquitaine region, achieving excellent results in the baccalaureat (equivalent of the HSC). 

Shanghai Fengxian High School, China 

In April 2015 Meriden formalised a sister school relationship with the Shanghai Fengxian High School during a visit by a group of Meriden students and teachers. The relationship between the schools provides opportunities for Meriden students who are studying Chinese or who are of Chinese heritage to study at the Shanghai Fengxian High School, a highly reputed demonstration school in Shanghai. The exchange program helps students improve their language skills as well as gain a better understanding of daily Chinese life and culture.

Ti Tree School, Northern Territory

Meriden operates an exchange program with Ti Tree School in remote Northern Territory through the Ngurra Jirrama Foundation. Each year during Meriden's Camp Week, a group of Year 9 students visits Ti Tree School to work with the pupils there. This visit builds relationships between the two communities and provides Meriden girls with valuable experience in serving others. Through the Jgurra Jirrama Foundation, Meriden also provides an opportunity for selected Ti Tree School students to undertake their secondary education at Meriden.