A trailblazer in education, Catherine Misson has a drive to create student-centred practices, which has led to a historic shift in the design of schooling at Melbourne Girls Grammar. Students authentically shape their experience of learning, thanks to a blended learning model that breaks the nexus between student autonomy and scheduled classes. Crucial to that focus on increased student agency is Misson’s commitment to making well-being the wrap around for academics. Time is prioritised by students to integrate physical, social and emotional self-care with academic studies. Due to a range of innovative agendas, the school’s students are developing an enterprising mindset, with heightened capacity to thrive in the fast digitalising economy and online community spaces.