HAPPY CAPTAINS: Lachlan Gough and Hannah Lehmann are the proud school captains at WestMAC.
PARENTS looking to potentially send their children to West Moreton Anglican College will have the chance on Tuesday, August 2 to get the inside oil on what it is like to attend the college.
The college’s senior leaders are ready to meet parents and discuss the school on that day with sessions in the morning and afternoon.
WestMAC principal, Geoff McLay, said the college offered a balanced education, where students received the opportunity to pursue not only academic avenues, but also an extensive range of sports, music and extra-curricular programs onsite.
“The 38-hectare leafy campus boasts spacious learning environments with modern purpose-built facilities that allows many on-site activities,” he said.
“These include a high-tech Trade Skills Centre, working farm, high-performance gym, sports ovals and fields, indoor sports courts, fully equipped food technology kitchens and advanced science labs.
“Students also have access to an on-site Olympian swimming coach, specialist sports coaches and nationally renowned music tutors and programs.”
WestMAC offers 33 curriculum subjects including the options to learn the suite of five sciences and STEM, a
breadth of curriculum choice unique to WestMAC. There is also a considerable range of on-site accredited VET courses, highlighted by an on-site Certificate III Aviation course, and a Diploma of Business.
WestMAC is a leading College in Creative Arts inthe Brisbane West region with demonstrated excellence in all Creative Arts academic disciplines, including Eisteddfod success for music and dance programs.
Almost 400 families trust WestMAC’s fleet of nine exclusive buses which service Brisbane’s Western suburbs.
A late bus is a popular and convenient service for parents as it promotes the adoption of extra-curricular activities without leaving the campus.
To register your attendance to attend on August 2 contact the college