2023 kicks off in style at McAuley College as the school welcomes the largest cohort of Year 7 students to date.
These students join a fully established secondary school with an excellent reputation in the community.
Principal Deidre Young said she expects this growth with increased numbers to continue as McAuley College embarks on the Stage Three Building Program, adding specialist Hospitality, Visual Art and Design and General Learning Areas to the suite of modern classrooms.
“McAuley College has always placed an important emphasis on caring for our students and staff and we are pleased to announce a strengthening of these values as we focus on Positive Education and Wellbeing in partnership with PESA (Positive Education Schools Association) who will guide us in this space,” said Mrs Young.
“We hope that this approach will lead to students and staff who are focused on learning and take time to give to each other and the wider community.”
The academic results of the inaugural class of Seniors from 2022 were impressive.
All the graduating students achieved a Queensland Certificate of Education.
This was a result of two key aspects of the educational program at McAuley College – each and every student is guided to map out a pathway that aligns with their talents and interests, and to be future focused and aspirational for possibilities beyond the school gate.
Mrs Young said McAuley College will continue to offer ATAR and Vocational Pathways that included a range of certificate and diploma courses, across a range of modes of delivery to promote greater flexibility.
McAuley College is currently enrolling for 2024 across all year levels, with interviews about to commence for 2025.
Discovery Tours are held each Friday afternoon across term time, starting at 3:30pm.
This is a wonderful way to get to know a bit more about the College. To make a booking contact McAuley College’s Enrolment Officer on 5542 3000.