Founded in 1935, by Miss Isobel Travers and Miss Audrey Morphett, Fahan School offers programs from Kindergarten to Year 12. Miss Travers and Miss Morphett believed that young women could achieve anything they wanted to. The ideals and aims of our founders were reflected in the motto they chose, “Light Come Visit Me.” Light was not just sunlight but rather “enlightenment”, which is the purpose of education.
“Light destroys darkness, reveals truth, graces good deeds; it is creative” Miss Isobel Travers
On Friday 8 March around 80 Year 12 students from Fahan and The Hutchins School came together to celebrate and acknowledge the significance of International Women’s Day (IWD)
On Thursday 7 March, members of the Nateby Club came together to enjoy a High Tea in the Orangery Conservatory at Riversdale Estate, a stunning estate that overlooks picturesque Pitt Water in the Coal River Valley.
The Fahan School Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Penny Curran-Peters as the Principal of Fahan School.
On Tuesday 5 March, over 100 students and staff joined together this morning to celebrate and acknowledge the significance of International Women’s Day 2019.