From the Archives
Many students and staff members have walked through Concordia's doors across its rich history which now spans more than 125 years. Here, our College Archivist provides some interesting insights into life at Concordia throughout the years.
Teams from Concordia participated in the Pedal Prix for the first time in 1995. Read More
During the summer girls were expected to have two cotton frocks of regulation material and style, suitable underwear, a regulation straw bowler hat with the College band and badge, three... Read More
Concordia’s Carnival Day, held on a Saturday in March, was one of the community and fundraising highlights of the year, especially during the 1980s. Read More
Sixty years ago, in 1958, the College experienced one of the most momentous changes in its history when its secondary school and seminary separated into two distinct institutions. Read More
When Concordia purchased the Malvern Grammar School building (now known as the Hamann Wing) in 1904, this very motto was inscribed on two stained glass panels framing the main entrance. Read More
When nearly all Concordia students were boarders, many came from as far away as country areas in Queensland and Western Australia. Read More