Mentone Girls' Grammar has a rich history. Since the first day of class in 1899 when just five Mentone Girls took their place in history, to today's thriving community of over 6,000 students and 'Old Girls', we have held fast to the philosophy of our Founders, the four Simpson sisters, "to be bold, to do one's best and to never give in".

Over the years, we have seen major changes from buildings and uniforms to community attitudes and the social change that comes with each new generation. Succeeding generations of principals, staff, parents, students and School Council leaders have been responsible for the success of the School today and we honour them for their passion and commitment. Together they have contributed so much to the social fabric of our School and it is upon their shoulders that we stand together as a successful community today.

With a strong sense of purpose we have been able to stand the test of time and remain committed to our mission, to empower girls to aspire to excellence, make a difference and, as enterprising global citizens, rise boldly to the opportunities of their times.

Strategic Management Team

Fran Reddan - Principal

Kay McCullough - Senior Vice Principal

Jo Frost - Vice Principal Wellbeing / Head of Senior School

Edwina Aikman - Head of Junior School

Louise Robinson Lay - Head of Curriculum

Brian Trumble - Business Manager

Stacey Mair - Head of Marketing & Communications

Monica Cabrita - Human Resources Manager

Glenda McDonald - Admissions Manager

Roslyn Holloway - Advancement Manager

Educational Leadership Team

Through our Educational Leadership program we are developing and supporting the leadership bench strength across the School. Our dedicated Educational Leadership Team (ELT) comprises members of the Strategic Management Team together with the School’s middle managers and group leaders who are responsible for driving educational innovation and delivering expert services in order to provide the best possible teaching and learning environment for our students and staff.