For generations, Wenona boarders have formed life-long friendships, independent, flexibility and tolerance in the Boarding House. Our boarding community consists of 50 girls from Years 7 to 12, who come from around Australia and overseas. The girls live safely in the heart of the School in newly refurbished heritage accommodation. They are supported academically, socially and emotionally by dedicated and experienced staff under the watchful leadership of Head of Boarding Mrs Nonie Ayling.
Boarders can take advantage of the many extra-curricular activities offered on campus by Wenona. During the week, a dedicated prep supervisor is on hand to guide Middle and Upper School boarders with their homework, and the Evening Study Centre, staffed by teachers from all curriculum areas, caters for Senior College students. Public transport, shops and parks are all within reach so during their free time, the girls can experience the best of Sydney.
Full boarders reside on campus for the School term and can go on weekend leave. Weekly boarders go home to their families on the weekend. Temporary boarding provides short-term stays for Wenona day girls whose parents are required to travel overseas, or whose family circumstances require them to board for a short term – it is subject to availability. Boarding Scholarships provide full or part remission of boarding fees. We welcome international students.
Please review our Boarding Flyer (PDF 6.6MB) for additional information. You are very welcome to arrange a visit, by contacting the Director of Enrolments on (61 2) 9409 4440 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Wenona at the following regional events in 2022:
Mudgee Small Farm Field Days, 8-9 July
Moree Boarding Schools Expo, 21 July
Tamworth Boarding schools Expo, 22-23 July
Agquip Gunnedah, 16-18 August
Australian National Field Days Borenore, 20-22 October