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 Welcome to Ogilvie High School


Ogilvie High School is a unique and iconic provider of public education that is held in high regard within Tasmania and also at a national level.   The School provides girls with a very sound, well balanced education and offers a myriad of opportunities for leadership both formally and informally.

The School supports the Department of Education's Strategic Direction by putting learners first, being connected to the wider community and providing inspiring and innovative education programs.  Over its 75 years the School has set high standards and expectations.  Our values underpin all that we do to ensure the girls are committed to being respectful, safe and to being lifelong learners. Our aim is to develop young women with good character and strong resilience to take their place as leaders in our community.

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 School Information


On Tuesday 20 May 2014 between 5.30-7.00pm at the Derwent Entertainment Centre, Professor Donna Cross will be heading a forum on aggression and bullying (including cyberbullying) among young people. Professor Cross is an internationally renowned health educator from the School of Exercise, Biomedical and Health Science at Edith Cowan University. She has an international profile in school health promotion intervention research and is a renowned campaigner for the wellbeing of children and young people. If any parent or carer wishes to attend, we have a handful of tickets available at the school. Please contact Susan Mace at the School Office on 6228 8800 if you wish to reserve a ticket. There is no cost for this event, but tickets are limited.

To advise of student absence OHS has a new mobile number for texting only which is 0417968541. Parents can also report student absence on the Absence Hotline 62288890. Any unexplained absences will be followed up by the school and text messages will be sent to parents.

The Ogilvie High School Assocation Inc Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 7 April 2014 at 5.30pm in the Boardroom followed by a general meeting. All welcome.
Elizabeth McKenzie - Chairperson


Our first event involving parents and the community is on Friday 21 March, from 4.00 - 7.00 pm - the Ogilvie Community Evening, where we will showcase the School and have on offer food and refreshments for families to enjoy. I would like to invite all parents/carers to become involved in the life of Ogilvie and this event is our way of welcoming you into the School. You can also support our School Association with the organisation of this event by contacting Elizabeth McKenzie, Chair of the School Association, through the School Office, if you are able to help in any way.


​Lofty is our official School Dog and he will start at Ogilvie on Monday 17 March. Lofty will be working with our Support Teacher, Anna Newstead and you will find him mostly in the M Block corridor and out and about around the M Block area. Lofty is very experienced working with students in schools and comes with excellent references from his past school.

​You are invited to A Mellow Sunday Afternoon fundraising concert to be held on 30 March at 2.30pm in St John's Anglican Church, New Town. This will be a wonderful and varied program of music and poetry provided by local artists, including students from Ogilvie and we urge you to show support for Chaplaincy in our School by attending. Donation:  $10.00, under 16 free. All proceeds will go to the Ogilvie High School Chaplaincy Program.

​There will be a School Association Meeting on Monday 3 March from 5.30-7.00pm.