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2022 Elizabeth College Prize Winners

Students at Elizabeth College achieve in many ways – academic, vocational, sporting, self-development and realising personal goals. We love celebrating their achievements and we congratulate all award recipients of 2022.

We are proud of our Dux for 2022, Naoise Michelin, who achieved a 99.75 ATAR and our Year 11 Dux, Henry Gell, both of whom are excellent ambassadors for what young people can achieve.

Please view our Awards Evening Program for a full list of our 2022 achievers and the awards they received.

Elizabeth College Playgroup

Are you looking for a fun, engaging and educational experience for your child? Why not bring them along to our Elizabeth College Playgroup!
There are so many fun activities planned, from arts and crafts and story time to outdoor play and sing-a-longs. Each week there is an exciting new theme and we aim to cater for a wide range of interests and developmental abilities.
This hands-on experience forms part of the learning program for the students enrolled in child studies. The students plan, organise and implement the playgroup under the direct supervision of teaching staff. It is an amazing program for all.
We still have some Monday and Wednesday places available. To book please email


Please take the time to engage with the Hobart City Partner Schools Teaching and Learning Framework. It represents what quality teaching and learning at Elizabeth College and Hobart City High School looks like in our settings and is informed by educational research about best practice. We very much see this Framework as being a foundational document to promote conversations about teaching and learning involving teachers, students and parents/carers.

EC Community Welcome Invitation

Parents/carers are invited to meet your student’s Home Group teacher on Monday 27 February in the College Library from 4 to 5pm. An invitation has been sent to your nominated email address, with the RSVP due this Wednesday 22 February.
The Home Group teacher will play a pivotal role in working with your student around their academic outcomes this year. Whilst this is not a Parent-Teacher Conference, it is an opportunity to meet one another, unpack the Home Group teacher’s role and start the dialogue between College and home. We hope you can make it!