St Hilda’s Anglican School for Girls principal Kim Kiepe to leave at end of the year

St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls.
St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls.

ST HILDA’S Anglican School for Girls Principal Kim Kiepe will leave the school at the end of 2018, returning to her home town of Brisbane.

Mrs Kiepe has been appointed Principal of Somerville House commencing January 2019.

Chair of Council Deidre Willmott advised the St Hilda’s community today of the move.

“We are very proud of Mrs Kiepe and all that she has achieved at the school,” Ms Willmott said.

“This is an outstanding appointment which reflects most positively on Mrs Kiepe’s expertise and experience, as well as on St Hilda’s.”

Mrs Kiepe said she was delighted to have had the opportunity to lead at St Hilda’s since 2015.

“It is a wonderful school. I have also been grateful to work with the school council, to consider what would be best for all students. Their active support has been truly appreciated,” she said.

“We are very proud of every student who attends the school and I am absolutely confident that St Hilda’s has a great future and will continue to make the best contribution to girls’ education.”

The school council is commencing the process of searching for a new principal.

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