Macquarie Anglican Grammar School in Dubbo opened in 2001.
It has developed from a small school to a growing population of over 540 students from pre kinder to Year 12.
Macquarie students consistently achieve excellent results in external assessments.
More than 90 per cent of Year 12 students achieve their first choice post school option.
Macquarie has discovered a high demand for a boarding school in Dubbo.
Subject to regulatory approval, the school will open its doors to its first boarders in 2019.
The boarding facility will be staffed by experienced highly trained staff including appropriate medical training.
Boarders will engage in a balanced program with an appropriate mix of activity and leisure time.
They will participate in Saturday sport and/or an activity each weekend on a Saturday evening or Sunday as well as a youth focused chapel service.
This feature is supported by:
- Macquarie Anglican Grammar School
The weekend will also allow students to gain and commit to part time employment in Dubbo if desired.
Boarders will be involved in the outstanding education at Macquarie Anglican Grammar school.
Macquarie’s vision is to produce outstanding, resilient, young people who are ready to change the world.
The school has a wide range of subject offerings and an extensive co-curricular program including their livestock show team, musicals and sporting representation.
“We welcome enquiries and expressions of interest. Our staff will soon be visiting West Wyalong, Temora, Griffith and Condobolin,” headmaster Craig Mansour said.
West Wyalong: Wednesday August 22 6pm at West Wyalong Services Club
Condobolin: Friday August 24 at noon at the Condobolin RSL Club
Temora: Thursday August 23 at noon at Temora Ex-Services Club
Griffith: Thursday August 23 at 6pm at Griffith Leagues Club
More information at the school’s website www.mags.nsw.edu.au or Facebook page. Register to attend by calling the school on (02) 6841 6222 or email email@example.com.