Welcome to the IGSSA (Western Australia)
2015 IGSSA News
Congratulations to St Hilda's on reclaiming the title for the 2015 IGSSA Swimming Carnival, in what was a hotly contested battle at HBF Stadium. Iona finished closely behind in second place, and Santa Maria in third place. St Hilda's have won the past 4 swimming events and have tied with Penrhos on winning the most Swimming carnivals in IGSSA history (10 titles in total).
Congratulations to St Mary's who have won the IGSSA Champion School in Sport Trophy in 2014; a tally of all the results of IGSSA Sport played throughout the year (with the exception of Rowing which is not done by all the IGSSA Schools). PLC were the Runner Up Champion sporting school in 2014, with St Hilda's finishing in third.
Upcoming Events for 2015:-
Rowing Regatta 1 - 9th May at Canning
Rowing Regatta 2 - 23rd May at Canning
Rowing Regatta 3 - 6th June at CLRC
Rowing Regatta 4 - 13th June at CLRC
IGSSA X-Country - 19th June at Aldebury Reserve
Head of the River Regatta - 27th June at CLRC
IGSSA Dance Festival - 27th August at Perth College
IGSSA Athletics Carnival - 15th September at State Aths Stadium
Welcome to the Independent Girls' Schools' Sports Association (IGSSA) of Western Australia.
- Iona Presentation College
- Methodist Ladies College
- Penrhos College
- Perth College
- Presbyterian Ladies' College
- St Hilda's Anglican School for Girls
- St Mary's Anglican Girls' School
- Santa Maria College
The member schools compete during the year in weekly sporting fixtures, and organise and participate in inter-school sports carnivals in a large variety of sports. IGSSA was established initially in 1963. It aims to provide quality sporting opportunities for students to participate at different levels of competition in the pursuit of a healthy, active lifestyle.
For the latest information about IGSSA Sporting Competitions including current ladders, rules and venues please click on the appropriate tab.
Congratulations to St Mary's, The IGSSA Champion School in 2014. School Principal, 2014 Sports Captain and Head of Sport proudly hold the trophy.