Young people grow and flourish

SUPPORTIVE: Macquarie College fosters a culture of pride in learning, and builds community for students through mentoring and ‘buddy’ programs.

SUPPORTIVE: Macquarie College fosters a culture of pride in learning, and builds community for students through mentoring and ‘buddy’ programs.

Macquarie College is a Christian campus with 880 students attending Pre-School to Year 12.

Their teaching staff provide an educational experience in which young people can grow, mature and flourish into independent thinkers and whose lives are driven by principle and responsibility within community.

Families take great pride in the academic standing of Macquarie College within the region; the social, emotional and spiritual well-being of our students; as well as the performing arts and the regional and state sporting opportunities available for students across the Junior and Senior Schools.

Macquarie College fosters a culture of pride in learning, and builds community for students through mentoring and ‘buddy’ programs spanning Junior and Senior School grades.  

Student wellbeing is nurtured through pastoral care programs, integrated support services and an active, outdoor camps program which starts in Year 5 and continues through to Year 11. 

For Year 9 students, participation in the four-stage Invictus Wellbeing Program equips them with a skill set that allows them to maintain a sense of positive wellbeing in the face of life’s challenges.

A Scholarships Program for students commencing Year 7 in 2019, opens in February 2018.  

To register your interest or to read more about the Macquarie College experience and what it can mean for your family, visit  www.macquariecollege.nsw.edu.au or phone 4954 6222.