Discover a new hands-on way of learning at West Moreton Anglican College.

Situated on 38 hectares in Karrabin, West Moreton Anglican College (WestMAC) is a Prep to Year 12 co-educational Anglican school.

The school boasts a well-balanced schooling experience with diverse opportunities that inspire each individual student to continuously discover and explore their potential.

“We know that equipping students for success in school life and beyond requires academic, physical, social, emotional and spiritual preparation,” Principal Geoff McLay says.

Community spirit and interconnectedness are strong themes at WestMAC, and lie at the heart of the many learning opportunities its students enjoy.

From an internal collegiate spirit across the junior, middle and senior schools, to an outward spirit of giving back to the wider Ipswich community, students at WestMAC are encouraged to be resilient, respectful, and compassionate young people.

WestMAC prioritises its building program to ensure the College’s outstanding facilities and grounds continue to optimise student learning.

In fact, the college has just opened a West Moreton Region Trade Skills Centre featuring a robotics laboratory, dedicated design space, a machine shop, large open plan manufacturing and construction workshops, spray booths and welding bays, as well as staff accommodation and over $300,000 of specialist, commercial level equipment and machinery.

During their senior years, students can study certificate courses in construction, manufacturing technology, engineering and furnishing in this cutting-edge facility.

The college also supports a fully working farm which is home to a cattle herd of 21 head including 11 registered Charolais stud cattle, poultry, goats and a number of bee hives.

International and regional students can take advantage of the school’s homestay program which allows them to live with a family that has children at WestMAC.

“WestMAC is determined to provide students with an excellent schooling environment and outstanding facilities that complement our strong academic, sporting and cultural focus,” Geoff says.

Discover the WestMAC spirit at their Open Day on Saturday 28 May, from 10.30am to 3pm.

For more information and to register for the Open Day visit www.wmac.com.au

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